Central Heating Services

Comprehensive Maintenance and Repair Services

At Attimo, our team of registered plumbers and heating engineers specialises in providing comprehensive maintenance and repair services for residential heating systems. With years of experience and expertise, we ensure the optimal performance, efficiency, and safety of your systems.

Our maintenance and repair services cover:

  • Piping and Fixtures
  • Water Heaters
  • Boilers
  • Furnaces
  • Heat Pumps
  • Radiant Heating Systems
  • HVAC Systems
  • Water Filtration Systems
  • Sump Pumps
  • Backflow Prevention Devices
  • Gas Lines
  • Water Softeners
  • Float Valves
  • Kitchen Waste, Overflows & Traps 
  • Bath Waste, Overflows & Traps
  • Unvented Hot Water Cylinders
  • Vented Hot Water Cylinders
  • Immersion Heaters
  • Booster Pumps
  • Pipework Leaks
  • Plumbing Upgrades
  • Stopcocks and Valves
  • Tap Repairs & Installations
  • Toilet Repairs & Installations
  • Blocked Toilets
  • Blocked Sink Pipes
  • Blocked Drains
  • Cold Water Tanks
  • Accumulators

Reliable Residential Plumbers

Our plumbing services in  Kingston upon Thames, London, cover a wide range of needs, providing reliable solutions for any plumbing problem you may have. Our team of skilled plumbers is equipped to handle various plumbing requirements including emergency repairs, installations, and maintenance. It doesn’t matter the plumbing issue you face, so far as it is identifiable, rest assured we will solve it promptly and efficiently.

We have the licensed skillset and expertise to tackle any plumbing issue you may encounter. From bathroom and kitchen plumbing to sewer line and water heater services, there are many unforeseen plumbing issues that may arise but we have the capacity to deal with it once you contact us.

Prioritise prompt and efficient service by contacting us for all plumbing solutions and be less burdened with minimum disruption to your daily routine, leaving you with a peaceful mind and satisfaction.

Maintenance and repair

Kingston upon Thames - South West London

Areas in Kingston upon Thames our services cover.

  • New Malden KT3
  • Norbiton KT2
  • Norbiton Common KT2
  • Canbury KT2
  • Malden Rushett KT9
  • Old Malden KT4
  • Seething Wells KT6
  • Berrylands KT5
  • Chessington KT9
  • Coombe KT2
  • Surbiton KT6
  • Fairfield KT1
  • Hook KT9
  • Tolworth KT5

Why choose attimo?

  • Emergency Plumbers
  • Fully Qualified and Experienced
  • Reliable and Trustworthy
  • Customer Focused
  • Gas safe registered
  • Available for all Kinds of Emergencies
  • All Landlord and Private Certificates
  • Free quotes
  • Competitive Prices
  • Ideal Worcester and Vaillant Approved
  • Quick Response Times
  • Detailed working processes
Monday – Friday Prices (+VAT)
First Hour (8am – 5:30pm) £110
Subsequent Half Hour (8am – 5:30pm) £55
Emergency Call Out Per Hour (6pm – 8am) Call us for pricing
Subsequent Half Hour (6pm – 8am) Call us for pricing

Maintenance and Repair FAQs

Signs of plumbing issues like leaks, strange noises, and inconsistent heating warrant attention. Leaks and damp spots indicate potential damage, while strange noises may signal trapped air or sediment buildup. Reduced efficiency, reflected in higher bills or longer heating times, could point to underlying component issues. Assessing the system's age, material, and signs of deterioration helps determine if upgrades or replacements are necessary for improved efficiency and safety, best done through consultation with a qualified plumber.

Several steps can improve heating system efficiency. Firstly, scheduling regular professional maintenance ensures that all components are clean and functioning optimally. Secondly, installing a programmable thermostat allows you to set heating schedules based on your occupancy patterns, reducing energy waste. Additionally, upgrading insulation in your home, especially in attics and crawl spaces, helps retain heat. Bleeding radiators removes trapped air, ensuring efficient heat distribution. Lastly, upgrading to energy-efficient boilers or heat pumps can significantly reduce energy consumption.

While some plumbing tasks require professional expertise, several maintenance tasks can be performed by homeowners. Regularly checking for leaks in visible pipes and around fixtures, such as taps and toilets, is essential. Clearing minor clogs in drains using a plunger or a drain snake can prevent blockages. Inspecting exposed pipes for signs of corrosion or damage helps spot potential issues early. Additionally, checking water pressure and temperature regularly ensures the efficient operation of your plumbing system.

Installing a programmable thermostat offers several benefits. Firstly, it allows you to set heating schedules based on your daily routines, ensuring comfort when needed and energy savings when the house is unoccupied. Secondly, some models offer remote access via smartphone apps, enabling control from anywhere, providing flexibility and convenience. Additionally, programmable thermostats often feature energy-saving modes and temperature setbacks, further reducing heating costs without compromising comfort. Overall, they contribute to improved energy efficiency and lower utility bills.

Preventing clogs in drains and pipes requires proactive measures. Firstly, avoid pouring grease, oils, or food scraps down the drain, as they can solidify and cause blockages. Use drain screens or stoppers to catch hair and debris in sinks and showers. Regularly flush drains with hot water and a mixture of baking soda and vinegar to break down buildup. Avoid flushing non-biodegradable items like wipes or sanitary products, as they can accumulate and cause blockages. If you have trees on your property, be mindful of root intrusion into underground pipes and take preventive measures.

Bleeding radiators is a simple yet effective maintenance task to improve heating system performance. Firstly, ensure your central heating system is turned off to avoid accidents. Starting with the lowest radiators, locate the bleed valve, typically found at the top of the radiator on one side. Place a cloth or towel underneath to catch any water. Using a radiator key or a flat-blade screwdriver, slowly turn the valve anticlockwise. You'll hear a hissing sound as trapped air escape. Once water starts flowing steadily without air bubbles, close the valve tightly. Repeat this process for each radiator in your home, ensuring even heat distribution and improved efficiency.

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