Gas Pipework Supplies services in Hampshire
If you are looking for a plumber for Diverter Valves, then look no further than Hampshire Plumbers. Our plumbers have extensive experience with Diverter Valves and can offer a full range of plumbing supply, installation, maintenance and repair services.
Gas pipes aren’t what most people think of when they think of licensed plumbing services. Plumbers are generally considered to be only people working with water and sewage pipes, installation and maintenance work for toilets, sinks, garbage disposals, sewer lines – aspects of a building’s freshwater and wastewater infrastructure. However, gas pipes are an important part of many professional plumbers’ services. If you’re looking for a plumber in or around Hampshire to take care of gas piping for your home or business, you can count on Hampshire Plumbers. We’re a full-service plumbing business that can accommodate large and small jobs. Whether you have a broken gas pipe or a leaking pipe, Hampshire Plumbers can help. Whatever the pipe issue, call us on 02380 970979 for a free, no-obligation quote. You won’t pay if we can’t fix it.
Why you Need Professionals for a Gas Pipe Service
Piping for a plumbing system, i.e. freshwater and wastewater and piping carrying natural gas, is very common. For starters, pipes are made of similar materials – galvanized steel, copper and plastic. Most natural gas piping is constructed from copper due to its corrosion resistance properties and its light weight. Gas plumbers use plastic pipes for specific purposes, such as short gas lines and lightweight small area piping. A professional plumber knows it’s important to ensure gas piping receives the same care as other forms of piping so there are no leakage risks.
In fact, in most areas in the UK, it is illegal for anyone to operate on a gas main-connected pipe or appliance unless they have a special license. Professional gas plumbers the only people who can do the job. This restriction is well-founded! Leaking gas lines are huge health hazards.
The Trouble with DIY Installation
Installing your own central heating system or gas appliances and pipes is unsafe unless you have the requisite training and certification. Only a fully licensed, Gas Safe registered and qualified engineer should attempt to install devices that use plumbing, gas, and electricity. Amateur installation that contains such elements may cause serious injury or worse, and in many instances, a specialist must come out and correct the mistakes made. This costs extra money to spend.
Are you Looking to Expand Natural Gas Use ?
At Hampshire Plumbers, our gas plumbers do many repair jobs, but they’re also available to assist with installing a new gas line. If your home or business will benefit from increasing the amount of natural gas it uses, our plumbers will tell you what they can do to add more gas lines for new appliances. You may be interested in a larger commercial water heater for your home. If so, the new unit will probably require a larger gas line installation; we can do your job!
You can consider changing an old electric clothes dryer for a gas-powered one for your home — a much more efficient machine, and less expensive to run. To get the new gas lines to operate the laundry machine, you’ll also want our professionals to do the job.
We encourage both homes and businesses to explore ways to increase their use of natural gas, a clean-burning, affordable fuel produced domestically and readily available.
Common Heating and Gas Issues
Your heating system is made up of several parts, and as such there are several issues that affect its efficiency. If your boiler is older and you’ve lost power, you’ll eventually see the results in your home comfort. If there’s a problem with your house’s gas line, your boiler won’t be able to heat the water that’s part of the system. A defective thermostat triggers irregular temperatures and blocked or damaged radiators hinder heat distribution to rooms in your home.
Gas Pipe Repair in Hampshire and Surrounding Areas: Finding a Service Provider you can Trust
Taking steps to find a reliable, trustworthy and professional service provider will give you the peace of mind and quality installation you need. Some of the considerations you want to look for when choosing a service provider include its being local, having a good community reputation, and having plenty of experience with regard to the types of services you need.
You will get a more clear understanding of what people in your community think of them because there is also a greater degree of accountability when the service provider is local. For heating and electricity, experience is certainly a must.
At Hampshire Plumbing, our qualified engineers are all Gas Safe accredited with many years of experience in working with heating systems, boilers, and gas appliances. Our pipe repair and gas pipe repair services are available for any industrial, commercial and home in Hampshire and surrounding areas. We also provide extensive monitoring and decommissioning facilities for our commercial and industrial customers. We take great pride in our work and love what we do. Call us on 02380 970979 to find out how fast we can be with you today. We’re here 24 hours, 7 days a week.
The governing body is Gas Safe. All gas engineers are legally required to register with them and can give you their Gas Safe card upon request.
When you smell gas or smell something similar to rotten eggs, you may have a gas leak. A safer way to check for any gas leaks is to turn off all the gas appliances and look at the gas meter to see if it’s still ticking. If there is a problem, call Hampshire Plumbers immediately. Knowing there is no time to lose, a trained professional instantly rushes to your home with state-of-the-art gas leak detection equipment.