Hot Water and Heating Cylinders
Hot Water & Heating Cylinders
Whether using vented (gravity), unvented or thermal store hot water cylinders VHL are able to offer everything from minor fault finding and servicing through to removing your old hot water cylinder, expansion vessels or storage cisterns & fitting new ones. Electric immersion heaters they can be more expensive to run than gas boiler based systems, so it is important to ensure that they are running as efficiently as possible.
We also offer commercial boiler services.
Our Plumbing Services
With a team of such highly qualified plumbers in our team we can offer a wide range of plumbing services in London including repairs, maintenance, installations and servicing to ensure that hot water and heating cylinders are fitted properly and working as they should for all of our customers.
We also offer an all-round service for installations including the plumbing, heating and electrical work required to provide you with a fully functional system in one package to make life simpler. Furthermore, we offer a 12-month warranty on all parts and labour associated with the work carried out.
Our team are also available for 24/7 emergency hot water and heating cylinder breakdowns or problems. To learn more about this or any other plumbing services on offer, please get in touch today.
Fully qualified engineers
Our team are fully-insured Gas Safe registered engineers and also registered with the Water Regulatory Advisory Scheme (WRAS), the Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineers (IPHE) and the Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS), which gives our customers the peace of mind that they are working with well-established professionals with the highest standards of workmanship available around London.
If you notice that the pressure or temperature of your hot water or central heating system has dropped then it could be due to an issue with one of these cylinders, some of the more common problems are listed below:
- Sometimes it can be due to a minor issue such as a blown fuse or tripped breaker, but if the problem persists it could be due to problems with the heating elements
- Failed thermostat
- Dripping overflow pipes
- Faults on valves such as the pressure reduction valve, expansion valve, temperature & pressure relief valves etc.
- Blocked mains rather than issues with the heating cylinders themselves