AT Plumbing

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About AT Plumbing

24 ratings

About AT Plumbing

Nvq3 qualified . Time served over 20years+ in most aspects of domestic / commercial / new build / refurbishment / renovation plumbing . from design to installation. We are now pleased to offer other services by fully qualified staff.

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AT Plumbing rated for Bathroom fitter in St Neots


Overall rating

24 total ratings 8 last 30 days 9 last 6 months 21 last 12 months

17 Sep 2017


Can fully recommend. Adrian kept me advised on all aspects of the job and reduced the quote whenever "extras" were not needed. Is my recommended go-to plumber .

, PE3

11 Sep 2017



, CB22

07 Sep 2017


The plumber arrived promptly.diagnosed the problem and had the job done very messing about .I would recommend him

, SG19

12 Sep 2017


Job done efficiently to a high standard

, MK40

05 Sep 2017


Adrian turned up at my door promptly at 0830. He had a friendly and outgoing attitude right from the start and it was no trouble at all to have him working at my home. He worked quickly, quietly and efficiently. He did not stop for lunch-break but had just an on-the-job sandwich and a coffee. In addition, he worked until around six o'clock in the evening. We checked the completed work together and I remain satisfied with all aspects of the work. I definitely recommend him and would hire him again.

, NG33

23 Aug 2017


Good communication throughout. Arrived on time and job completed in line with expectations. Price was right for the work completed and the distance Adrian traveled to reach my house. Willing to explain to me what was being done and why, which all made sense.

, CB21

31 Aug 2017


The quote was more than we had budgeted but included a new sink and taps. Fantastic job done, friendly service and the bill came in £50 under the quote! Brilliant! Highly recommend Adrian for your plumbing needs. Gives what you want.

, MK43

23 Aug 2017


Adrian came and quoted for the work promptly after making contact. He turned up on time as arranged and communication of the quote followed swiftly by email. On the day Adrian needed to cut floor boards and lay new pip. On returning home after work to review the work, other than some new cuts in the boards, the room had been put right and the new radiator was hanging as requested, Very happy with the quality of workmanship and intend to ask Adrian to complete further work at the premises in the near future

, SG17

13 Mar 2017


attendance immediate professional

, PE8

24 Mar 2017


Adrian did a very good job and we are really pleased with the results of his work. We would certainly use him again and are happy to recommend him.

, PE28

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AT Plumbing answered questions about Bathroom fitter in St Neots

mark sturgeon's question
Mon 4 Sep 2017 19:12pm
I have been asked to fit a new door to a brick built shed housing an oil fired boiler, do I need to cut out ventilation holes in the door?
  • Adrian Taverna's Answer
    Wed 6 Sep 2017 15:29pm
    Hi Mark . Your OFTEC registered engineer would advise you correctly. Regards. Adrian
David Thompson's question
Tue 5 Sep 2017 15:41pm
I'm renovating my house (3 bed/2 bath) and will be installing a full new plumbing/heating system. The house is supplied with natural gas. Downstairs will have piped underfloor heating (using around 7kW output) and upstairs will have 5 medium sized radiators. The water flow rate at the mains is really high (47L/min). My wife has requested that the shower be really powerful. I will install a shower head which allows a high flow rate, and run the DHW pipes in 22mm, but could you advise me on the best boiler for the job of providing a large flow of hot water. There is currently only 2 of us living at the property and we don't want to install a how water cylinder. We just want a combi which will provide a fully 'drenching' shower. I normally install vaillant or worcesters so would prefer one of those. I was thinking about the Vaillant 938 which can provide 20L/min, but once the stored hot water is used this will drop, and this won't take long if I have a powerful shower. Can you advise?
  • Adrian Taverna's Answer
    Wed 6 Sep 2017 15:27pm
    Hi David . Interesting post ! . Having many years of experience in this field and your conundrum in particular! Combi boilers for sure are improving all the time. I have always been a fan of pressurised cylinders and heat only boilers as I can think of more pros than cons of combi boilers . Is the underfloor heating wet or electric? Be careful with the deluge shower head running a combi as it could potentially lead to disappointment. I strongly suggest you a "whole house consultation " with a professional before going ahead . Kind regards. Adrian from A.T.Plumbing and Heating company

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Top trades offered by AT Plumbing

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Design

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment

Drainage Specialist

Drains - installation / unblocking / cleaning

Septic tanks - installation / emptying / cleaning

Floor fitters

Water underfloor heating


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