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"Finalist of  the "Best New Business"  and " Entrepreneur of the year" Kingston  Business Awards 2010"

"Finalist of  the " Entrepreneur of the year" Kingston  Business Awards 2011"



Advanced Professional Plumbing and Heating Services is a fast & reliable London plumbers who are competent to carry on all types of plumbing work and plumbing service

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Plumbing in the UK
Bathroom installation replacement Bathroom repair maintenance
Toilet installation, replacement, repair, maintenance
Toilet installers
Macerator installation, replacement, repair, maintenance
Water pipes burst, leaks
Blocked sink, Blocked toilet
Internal drainage repair
Radiator leaks
Radiator fitters
Washing machine installation, replacement
Kitchen sink, basin installation, replacement, repair, maintenance
Shower installation, replacement, repair, maintenance

Dishwasher installation, replacement
Plumbing system inspection
Un-vented hot water, Water Cylinder, Mega flow installation, replacement
Water heater installation, replacement, repair, maintenance
Water Softener installation, replacement, repair, maintenance
Thermal Store cylinders installation, replacement, repair, maintenance
Cold water storage tank installation, replacement, repair, maintenance
Gledhill boilermate
Power flushing service

System planning
Water treatment, Lime scale reducer
Complex sanitation systems
All emergencies 24 hrs plumber
Reliable family run plumbing specialists



Radiator Leaking Repairs Tips


A small leak in your radiator can turn into big trouble if it's left to drip. Besides reducing the efficiency of your heating system, eventually a small drip could ruin your carpet or the floorboards underneath. So, to avoid costly carpet replacement, make this simple repair to your radiator. All those valves and keys may seem scary, but with the help of the tips below, you'll be drip-free in less than an hour.


Step 1: Find the leakHold a bit of tissue against each bit of pipe near the leak for a few seconds. When the tissue comes away damp, you've found your leak.
Step 2: Loosen the union nutPut the small pot under the leaky joint. Turn off the valves at both ends of the radiator to stop it filling with water. Undo the union nut (the one between the feeder pipe and the radiator) using the adjustable spanner.

Tip: Use the Stillson wrench to hold the feeder pipe in place as you undo the nut, otherwise you could bend the pipe.
Step 3: Drain the radiatorWork the nut completely loose with your fingers. Water will start dripping from the radiator as soon as the valve is loosened.

Let air into the radiator by opening the bleeder valve (the one at the top of the radiator) with the bleeder key. Be ready with your bucket as water will gush out of the radiator when you let air in. Let the radiator drain down completely.
Step 4: Replace the sealantUnscrew the union valve completely and remove it from the radiator.
Scrape away the old gunky PTFE tape from the valve. Wind new tape around the threaded area of the valve about 20 times. Work the tape right into the thread with your fingers.
Step 5: Replace the valvePut the union valve back into place and screw it on to the radiator.
Turn the valves at either end of the radiator back on. Leave the bleeder valve open while water fills the radiator. If the heat is on, you'll feel the water rising into the radiator. Let it rise until the radiator is full. Close the bleeder valve and your radiator should be as good as new.

Tip: When tightening valves on any plumbing, don't overdo it. Tighten the valve as far as you can by hand and then give it just another half-turn with the wrench.









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