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999 Plumber in Bracknell is a well established Plumbing & Heating company that has built up an enviable reputation over the last 10 years for quality, honesty, reliability and trustworthiness.
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Based in Bracknell, Berkshire covering the surrounding areas, Including Wokingham.
We are fully committed to providing a professional, speedy, honest service at all times whilst maintaining the highest quality of workmanship.
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Plumbers available in Bracknell during Corona Virus (Covid 19) lock down, Plumbers available during lock down in Bracknell, Plumbers in Bracknell available during Covid 19 Lock down, Emergency plumber Covid 19 in Bracknell
Are Plumbers available in Bracknell during the lock down? Yes we are for essential works, and we have seen a massive increase in bookings "panic bookings" as the demand on the utilities of households increase.Advice for customers in our areas, Berkshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey.After taking advice from Public health England It has been confirmed Plumbers / Heating engineers are able to carry on the help maintain fresh clean water supply, heating and hot water and the safe removal of sewage, this means we will be able to visit your home or workplace and commence plumbing / heating / boiler maintenance, the only issues we can foresee are the shortness of parts, this is due to the supply chain being interrupted, However, as we stock 95% of plumbing and heating parts we don't expect this to effect us too much.
Is your home capable of running under the extra strain during lock down without any plumbing or heating issues? How would you cope with a faulty shower or toilet or no heating or hot water during lock down?
Minor plumbing and heating issues that you have left or ignored could soon turn into a major issue when put under the extra pressure of a full house, unfortunately a small issue can very quickly turn into an emergency situation when the demand is increased, We have already had an influx of calls to toilets and showers stopping working due to the extra strain of children being off school and adults off work using them more throughout the day, the uninterrupted function of toilets, showers, heating and hot water is vital to any household, even more so during this crisis, that is why we are running at 90% normal rate of plumbers and heating engineers throughout this troubling and worrying period. To be clear, we would like to advise customers to only book a plumber or heating engineer for work that is essential to maintain good hygiene and health, this includes, taps, toilets, showers, baths, leaking pipes, and all works to maintain uninterrupted fresh water supply, maintain hot water supply, maintain heating and maintain the disposal of sewage and waste water. Example of what is deemed necessary:
Safe disposal of sewage, As above, it is also vital we maintenance a clean environment for our families at all times, especially during the Corona Virus crisis, A poorly flushing toilet, leaking waste pipe, or a blocked drain can all very quickly turn into an emergency situation, especially as it will be getting more use due to children not being at school, and adults not using work facilities during the day, is your toilet up to the job? If not, it would be a good idea to have it repaired before it turns into an emergency.So if you have an minor issue you feel may cause a bigger problem once under the strain and demand of extra usage, get it booked in now call 0800 999 1233 or book online at https://999plumber.co.uk/book-online
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Boiler services in Bracknell
Just imagine, you get up on a cold morning the house is cold and your shower is cold. This is not the first time this has happened, but this time the boiler will not fire up again.If this sounds familiar and your boiler keeps on breaking down, your situation it's no fun at all.We tend to take our central heating systems for granted and when they break down, it can be a very stressful time for all the family...
SO SHOULD I REPLACE OR REPAIR MY FAULTY BOILER?
Here are some questions you need to ask yourself that will help you understand the difference between boiler repair and replacement much better:
1. HOW OLD IS YOUR BOILER?
Before having your boiler repaired maybe carry out a bit of investigation to find out if parts are still readily available. After about 10 years boiler manufacturers tend to discontinue spares and accessories on some makes of boilers.Also you need to take into account if your boiler is over ten years old, it may not be as efficient as a new boiler in providing hot water or central heating and, due to its age, could be costing you far more money in the future to run or keep repairing.
2. HOW ENERGY EFFICIENT IS YOUR BOILER COMPARED TO HAVING A NEW ONE?
If your boiler is over 7 years old, the chances are that it might not be a condensing boiler.High efficiency condensing boilers were installed from approx 2004, when it became a building regulation that new, high efficiency boilers had to be installed in properties. If you are not sure what energy rating your boiler is, you can try and contact the manufacturers and they maybe be able to tell you what your existing boiler's energy rating is.With energy prices going up, it's becoming more important to cut bills where ever possible. The cost of running your boiler needs to be taken into consideration, if you are going to repair your existing boiler and not replace it with new.
3. HOW MUCH IS THIS BOILER REPAIR REALLY GOING TO COST?
Some boiler or central heating system repairs can run into many hundreds of pounds, but compared to the cost of a new boiler, it can seem a lot less. You need to ask yourself if you repair and further costs arise is it going to more financially viable to replace.
4. HAS YOUR BOILER ALWAYS BEEN RELIABLE?
You must weigh up the general condition of the boiler and the central heating system when having a repair, as you don't want (or need) the expense of repairs on your existing boiler every couple of months. Plus it's stressful and you'll have to take time off work and wait for an engineer to arrive.
5. WILL FITTING A NEW BOILER SOLVE YOUR HEATING PROBLEMS?
There really isn't much to lose if you're getting a new boiler fitted and quite frankly a ton to gain!Of course, having a new boiler fitted can be a costly job, but if looked upon as a long-term investment can save you thousands of pounds and help you save money on energy bills and repairs.Make sure whoever fits your boiler that they've are gas safe registered and fully trained to install boilers.
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Are you looking for a reliable company that can provide you with 24 hour plumbers in Bracknell? Look no further, 999 Plumber is the website you need. We are a small group of trained and certified Gas Safe engineers that are able to provide you with a wide range of plumbing and heating services.
We have all been working together for over 20 years now and we can assure you that every member of our team is honest and skilled. Our 24 hour plumbers in Bracknell are well known for providing both same day and next day plumbing and heating services. We are on hand to serve our customers with the highest possible level of service achievable, 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
Here at 999 Plumber, we understand that it is very rare for a plumbing issue to happen at a convenient time and for that reason our 24 hour plumbers in Bracknell are also emergency plumbers. We offer an emergency call-out service, never be left sitting in the cold without heating or hot water again. We don’t operate with a call centre type service, when you’re calling for one of our 24 hour plumbers in Bracknell you will go straight through to them and they can be anywhere in Berkshire within the hour. Whether you have an uncontrollable leak spreading water throughout your home or your heating has stopped working it is our aim to fix the problem as soon as possible and get everything back to normal for you and your family.
Our business mostly comes from word of mouth recommendations and repeat customers. We can assure any new customers that we are reputable engineers and all the work we undertake will be completed to the highest possible standard. All of our 24 hour plumbers in Bracknell are respectful when working in your home and we will treat all of your belongings with care. As a small locally run business customer satisfaction and care is our number one priority at all times.
To get in contact with one of our 24 hour plumbers in Bracknell call us now on 01344 513 999. We will provide you with some immediate advice over the phone and then get to your property as soon as possible to assist you further. Our 24 hour plumbers in Bracknell have families to take care of too so they know how important it is to get your heating, hot water, or plumbing issues sorted out faster than it is normally possible.
Blocked drains in Bracknell can be a nightmare, so 999 Plumber Bracknell have put together a quick guide to help. A blocked drain is characterised by a hideous sulphur type smell, slow draining sinks and high rising toilets. They’re pretty easy to stop before they happen, but are a little trickier to get rid of.
Top tip number 1: Hot water, or even coca cola. Fizzy drinks work pretty well due to their high acidity which helps to break down the nasty stuff stuck inside your drain.
Top tip number 2: Plunging. This creates a vacuum which sucks out, or dislodges the blockage, allowing your drain to run free once more.
Top tip number 3: Baking soda and vinegar. This creates a reaction that pushes through your drains, hopefully dissolving the blockage.
If none of these work, then give 999 Plumber a call, and we can help you unblock your drain, or even your toilet. We offer our plumbing services in Bracknell Newbury, Reading, Basingstoke, and the surrounding areas.
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Based in Bracknell Covering Wokingham and the surrounding areas
20 Kelvin Gate, Bracknell, RG12 2TG