It is recommended that you have an annual hot water cylinder service to ensure safety and to prevent huge repair bills. If you have a boiler too, then we highly recommend getting the boiler and cylinder serviced at the same time by our gas safe registered engineer.
Our plumbers do it all: Hot Water cylinder maintenance, commissioning, hot water cylinder installations, System upgrade in North, West, East and City of London.
-you have no pressure in the hot water cylinder.
-you run out of water or you have no hot water at all.
-immersion heaters are faulty.
-airlocks in the cylinder.
-hot or cold water dripping in to the tundish.
-and also issues in the wiring box.
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Full Vented System annual service only will last about 2 hours.
Our plumber will carry out an annual service, which takes about 2 hours.
The annual service for unvented water heaters includes testing safety valves, recharging pressure vessels, cleaning the pressure reduction valve, checking electrical connections and the end of the test, we will provide a Service Certificate.
Annual maintenance will help to keep the water heater safe, in-line with the requirements of the G3 Building Regulations relating to hot water systems.
It is important to carry out a safety check by a qualified plumber at least once every year. A badly installed hot water cylinder or lack of maintenance could be very dangerous.
Unvented water heaters are safe to use, if installed and maintained correctly through an annual service. They incorporate three levels of safety:
In addition unvented water systems also incorporate a pressure relief valve, which operates at 6 – 7 bar.
If these safety features are missing or have become faulty, then there is a risk for the water will overheat and pressure will build up in the tank, this can have a very dangerous outcome.
Note: The replacement of sacrificial anodes is not included in an annual service. If the sacrificial anodes do need to be replaced, this will be quoted for separately. The majority of water heaters does not have sacrificial anodes.