Able Plumbing Services
At Able Plumbing (24 hour plumbing in the UK) we specialise in all types of plumbing from boiler service and repair, burst/leaking pipes, central heating, blocked drains to bathroom plumbing, providing a local 24/7 plumber to you within 30-90 minutes*.
24 Hour Plumbing Company UK:
At Able Plumbing we pride ourselves as being one of the areas largest 24 Hour plumbing companies because of our professional and affordable plumbing and heating services. With emergency plumbers throughout your local area, we are ready to handle any type of emergency and non-urgent plumbing work you require, 24 Hours a day, 365 Days a year.
Plumbing Services Include:
- Full 24 Hour Coverage Throughout the UK*
- Genuine 30 - 90 Minute Response To Any Emergency Plumbing*
- Absolutely No Call Out Charges - Day or Night
- Many of Our Engineers Are Gas Registered
- Free Written Estimates & Quotes
- All Types of Domestic & Commercial Plumbing Services
- Work is Fully Guaranteed
- Insurance Approved
- Fast & Quick Repairs from our 24 Hour Plumbings
Professional Plumbing Services:
As a professional 24 hour plumbing company we realise that your time is valuable and as such we take great effort to ensure that our vans are always fully stocked with the most commonly used parts. For all non-stock plumbing equipment we offer our premier express service so that you can be assured that your repairs will be completed as soon as possible with the minimum of disruption.
24 Hour FreeFone Services:
We provide a Free-Fone Fast Response 24 Hour Plumbing Service with friendly operators to handle any problems you have on
0800 046 2635
Alternatively you can fill in our Fast Response Form in the top right and have one of our operators call you back within ten minutes!
Example of our Services:
This is a solution to dislodge and flush away silt, sediment, corrosion and any other deposits that are within the central heating circuit. This is done by adding a mixture of chemicals to the system using the reservoir attached to the pump in the boiler, letting it run for a while on a high-velocity low-pressure setting, draining it, running through fresh water and a neutralizing solution, then draining that, and refilling the system with fresh water and a corrosion inhibitor. This is often done before a boiler installation (in fact, most manufacturers will insist on it, to remain eligible for breakdown-related warranties), and general time estimates indicate that an hour per radiator is required.