S P E Maintenance

Primary trade Plumber
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About S P E Maintenance

We are a WRAS certified plumbing maintenance business serving in the Bristol and Bath areas. All qualifications obtained via training with Access Academies in Cardiff. To discuss your job, get an estimate and / or arrange a quote, call Steve on the number above.

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S P E Maintenance rated for Bathroom fitter in Bath


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158 total ratings 13 last 30 days 56 last 6 months 102 last 12 months

24 May 2019


Apart from being stuck with old radiator thats to be taken away all good.

, SN13

20 May 2019


Fitted me in short notice. Finished his first job early so rang to see if I wanted him to come early. Left everywhere tidy once finished. Fitted 4 taps and 8 isolaters, all look and work great.

, SN14

10 May 2019


Steve has done a great job replacing a mixer bath tap with shower fitting! Arrived early with all the parts and job done efficiently! Well mannered, professional I highly recommend him and will definitely be calling for any future issues! Thank you

, BS16

10 May 2019


Quick reply, turned up on time, job well done.

, BS4

18 May 2019


Really efficient. Nice guy. Price was as quoted. He solved the problem. Had a number of options to solve my tap problems. Will definitely use again.

, BA2

07 May 2019


Steve did a great job.

, BA3

03 May 2019


Impressed with speed of response to enquiry and getting the job done. Would use again.

, BA4

02 May 2019


Courteous friendly and professional Recommended highly

, BS16

30 Apr 2019


Steve was very honest and upfront about the job

, BA1

25 Apr 2019


Arrived on time, very polite and professional. Did the work quickly and will definitely use again.

, BS13

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S P E Maintenance answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Bath

's question
Tue 30 Jan 2018 18:58pm

I recently got a new boiler fitted to an existing heating system, the boiler slowly looses pressure over a week or so and the upstairs radiators constantly need bleeding, what's my best option to try and get this sorted?

  • Stephen Edwards's Answer
    Tue 30 Jan 2018 19:47pm

    Sounds like a slow leak. On a number of occasions I've seen it coming from the pipework underneath the boiler, and on a decent number of those it's been on a compression fitting (just needs tightening). Also, it may be worth running your hands underneath both valves on all radiators. Again, it could be a simple case of tightening a nut if you have a slow leak... if this is say, in a bathroom on a tiled / lino floor, it can easily missed / dismissed as water from your feet when stepping out of the bath / shower. If you're unsure, though, always get someone in to scope it out for you.

's question
Wed 17 Jan 2018 16:25pm

How do I delete a rating ? I want to delete the one star rating for Mike

  • Stephen Edwards's Answer
    Mon 22 Jan 2018 18:32pm

    You can change the rating so it's a positive one, if you're happy to do that. I had to leave a job over night once, so initially I got three stars, which the lady put up to five stars off her own back once the job had finished. If all ended well, maybe consider that approach.

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Top trades offered by S P E Maintenance

Primary trade


Bathroom Installation

Bathroom, Kitchen and WC Plumbing

Plumbing Repair & Maintenance

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Installation

Bathroom Repair

Carpenter / Joiner

Flat Pack Furniture Assembly

Drainage Specialist

Drains - installation / unblocking / cleaning