I need a number of jobs looking at and am hoping to get them done together. Firstly, I currently only have bath and would like a shower putting in above the bath. As an electric shower would require a number changes to my current electricity setup I was hoping to avoid this. The hot water pressure is sufficiently low that I would require a pump of some sort and have previously been recommended a Mira Event but would be open to advice. Bath and sink taps will need changing too. Then I’d also like a small radiator in the bathroom changing to a towel rail. I am also looking to get plumbing for a slim-line dishwasher fitted in place of a cupboard.
Clear and helpful from the outset. Helped us work out what we needed to do with the job and what options would work best. Having been messed about in the past we were very pleased to have someone so upfront with us.Emily
A blocked sink in kitchen AND a washing machine that needs plumbing in. Note, the boiler is currently plumbed in to the waste pipe, and there is no waste pipe for the washing machine at the moment, this will need adding OR the pipe for the boiler waste will need splitting.
Prompt response, quick to come out and do job, friendly and reliable. Would definitely use againLyndon
A radiator has been pulled away from a wall; I think it just needs re-fixing but fairly urgently as a new family have just moved in and it's a small child's room.
I live in Bristol, and the House is in Nottingham, Beeston.
There are several other jobs need doing so it depends who wins the job and what they are able to do.
Nick was great, really fast and detailed quote over the phone, and he carried out the work exactly as he described and within the time and price discussed. My tenant said he was extremely professional and polite and I have already him to undertake further plumbing work. I live 3 hours away so have to rely on good tradesmen like AquaNAS who I can trust to look after my property whenever any jobs need doing.
Would highly recommend; thanks Nick!
Remove old radiator , and supply and install new radiator in new position approx 8 feet away from old one. First part of job is URGENT - to be done Thursday 28th or Friday 29th June if at all possible. To involve removing old radiator from wall and approx 8 feet of exposed pipe work and cap pipework off where it emerges from wall. The room is then being dampproofed. Once dampproofing is complete, new vertical flat panel radiator is to be installed in new position. This will probably involve a small amount of new pipe work.
Darren was polite and friendly and very quick to reply to my initial enquiry on Rated People. He seems to have done a really thorough job and spent time making sure it was finished to a high standard. A few discrepancies about starting times, but Darren was very approachable and quick to apologise for any misunderstandings! I would be happy to use him again.Vicki
remove the concrete gutters
supply and fit gutters
Long Eaton, NG10
Additional information: Have recently moved into propoerty with underfloor heating system comprising 6 separate thermostats downstairs. In a couple of rooms the thermostat does not appear to alter the room temperature. This needs fixing, and help understanding the controls of the system as a whole would be useful.
Hello I'm looking for quotes to install a brand new gas central heating system into a property that currently has no central heating only storage heaters.
Supply and Install System Boiler
West Bridgford, NG2
Unsold Job, Updated Details : Main bathroom is approx 3 metres by 2 metres. I will remove all tiles.
I need the bath, sink and WC removing and replacing with a standard white suite. I will source these items before hand. I also need a fixed shower putting in - gravity fed is fine. Finally in this room, I would like the radiator replacing with a towel type radiator.
For the ensuite, again I need the WC, sink and the shower cubicle replacing. Radiator can remain.
Finally, there are small leaks coming from the connections to the radiators in the living room (two radiators), dining room, (one radiator) and a leak from the inlet pipe to a toliet in the utility room. These are small leaks and have been fixed temporarily by putty but will need to be sorted.
The house was built circa 1994, so the plumbing is not too old. As mentioned, the boiler was replaced a couple of years ago. Original : Refit of small bathroom and an en suite room. 1994 built house. New boiler last year and radiators can't cope. Leaking from valves in living room, dining room and utility. Not major drips so have done a temporary fix.
No heating or hot water ... Baxi combi boiler. Think I need a diverter valve and it says pump fault too.. Low pressure. I've filled it up to number 2 on the valve thing, but it's still flashing...
I have a gas boiler for hot water, i hope to add radiators as well now.
West Bridgford, NG2
Unsold Job, Updated Details : The shower is 800x 1000 quadrant enclosure with mixer shower. After measuring myself have realised we don't have room for roll top bath. Instead it is a right hand 700standard bath. 550 standard basin and close coupled toilet. With towel rail. Tiling doesn't have to be included as we could get tiler seperately. Please quote cost. Thanks Original : We would like a price on fitting a quadrant shower enclosure, mixer shower, roll top bath, basin, close couple toilet and towel radiator. Also to remove our existing old bath, toilet, basin and radiator. To tile where the shower enclosure is, around the bath and basin. If possible to plaster walls that are not to be tiled, fit new light - includes moving position of light from in front of window to centre of ceiling.
West Bridgford, NG2
We live in a 12 year old house with a regular boiler. Since we moved in a couple of months ago the hot water taps have always been scalding hot, with or without the hot water tank switched on. The boiler also makes "clunking" noises every now and again. We'd like to get a combi installed but reckon the cost will be too high so looking for a repair.
Long Eaton, NG10
Toilet groans when flushed . No
With flush just noise understand it is a small valve problem .