09 February 2015
Although best advice is always to call in a professional local plumber if you’re not confident in undertaking a home plumbing job, there are plenty of straightforward preventative tasks that you can achieve yourself without too much bother.
Especially in the winter time, water related issues tend to come to the fore and from faulty radiators to overflowing drainage systems, knowing a few handy tips of professional advice can sometimes make all the difference.
Below are just a few preventative pearls of plumbing wisdom to help you and your home make it through to the spring and if you’re not able, or not confident enough, to take on any of these tasks then pick up the phone and dial a local plumbing firm because it always pays to get the job done right first time.
Really professional service - our plumber was able to fix the problem and was also able to save us a costly repair by finding a clever solution to our problem. He could very easily have just done the expensive repair and charged us, but I really liked his honesty and professionalism and therefore I would definitely book them again.
Homecure provided a quick response and professional repair to my boiler when most needed. I am very happy with their service and the quality of work.
An excellent service fixing a faulty cistern. A top-quality professional job - no fuss and no hidden costs (unlike other firms I have used in the past). I will certainly use Homecure again, and highly recommend them.
At Homecure we have been regularly updating our working practices in line with health and safety advice provided by the Government. For customers who are self-isolating and in need of emergency plumbing and heating services we want to assure you that we are doing everything possible to minimise the risk of the spreading the coronavirus while we carry out our tasks.
All members of our team currently working will be following the infection control measures laid out by the World Health Organisation:
When our team members are visiting customer’s properties, they will use alcohol-based hand sanitiser (60% minimum) to clean their hands before and after the job has been completed. They will also have access to personal protective equipment (PPE) that can be used:
Homecure remain available to provide emergency services for your home during the current pandemic. If you wish to book an appointment with our team and a member of the household is currently in isolation, has symptoms, or has been diagnosed with COVID, we ask that you inform us before our arrival so we can prepare accordingly.
As the situation continues to change we will update our health and safety protocols to ensure our customers and team remain safe at all times.