Pressure Reducing Valve.

– Fitting a P.R.V. can prevent /cure water hammer (a loud knocking or “hammer”) when a tap is opened or a toilet flushed.

– To much water pressure can affect the performance of a electric shower or a combination boiler and in worse cases damage them. A P.R.V. would prevent this.

– Reduced water pressure can eliminate water ricocheting out of basins or sinks.


Unvented cylinder.

– A great way to increase your water pressure is to replace your old conventional hot water cylinder with a unvented hot water cylinder.

– An unvented hot water cylinder will give you large amounts of water of equal pressure of both the hot and cold.  You are always in control of the tap but you can have your bath filled faster and command more power in your shower.

– No need for noisy cisterns in the loft. So the whole system is quiet as can be.  This also eliminates the risk of water contamination of the stagnant water.  Hygienic hot water to where ever you need it.

Combination Boiler.

– Another way to improve your water pressure could be to replace your old gravity feed system and install a combination boiler.

– A combination boiler will supply you with mains pressure hot water with the added extra of only heating the water you use.

– A combination boiler is both a high efficiency water heater and a central heating boiler combined in one unit. Therefore, no separate hot water is required offering space saving within your property.


MagnaClean Magnetic Filters.

There’s never been a greater need to safeguard what amounts to one of the most important and expensive appliances in the modern home – The central heating system.

Even a small build-up of iron oxide debris in a modern efficiency boiler results in substantial efficiency loss and energy wastage. Not only does the system perform inadequately, it costs more to run and maintain.

MagnaClean Professional2 is a proven, high efficiency, full-flow, magnetic and non-magnetic filter designed to protect domestic heating systems.

Homeowner benefits

  • Immediate ongoing system protection • Reduced heating bills – up to 6% a year • Reduced carbon emissions • Reduced maintenance costs • Extended system lifetime • No ongoing running costs


Carbon Monoxide Alarm.

Too many people die or become seriously ill because of carbon monoxide poisoning each year.

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a highly poisonous gas that has no colour, taste or smell.

It is totally invisible to the human senses.

The only way to detect CO is with an audible carbon monoxide alarm.

Worryingly, 80% of homes don’t have a CO alarm, putting more than 20 million households at risk

It is a natural product of incomplete combustion of fossil fuels and can be produced by appliances that use gas, wood, oil, coal or other solid fuel.

Carbon monoxide is potentially fatal and even low-levels of the poison can cause lasting damage to your health.

Here’s five steps to improve your safety:

  1. Fit an audible alarm
  2. Have your appliances checked regularly
  3. Don’t block ventilation
  4. Know the signs around your appliances
  5. Learn to recognise the symptoms