Uxbridge Plumbing Service
Harefield Rd, Uxbridge UB8
Serving a 30 mile radius from location
OAP & NHS Discounts
Do you need a plumber in Uxbridge?
With over 10 years experience in the plumbing industry, Homecure Plumbers has been at the forefront of leading plumbing companies in London and its surrounding areas. Due to high demand for high quality gas heating services in Uxbridge and surrounding West London areas, we’ve been constantly expanding our local teams to meet growing demand and to serve our existing customer base.
The Benefits of Homecure Plumbers
- Great Industry Reputation
- Free Estimates
- Local Professional Teams
- All Work Guaranteed – Comes With Written Warranty
- No Hidden Charges
Around 70% of our business comes from word of mouth – because we care. With London plumbing market being flooded with rogue traders, our focus has always been on top-notch service and happy clients. With great reputation comes great responsibility that’s why all our staff our fully checked and have a minimum 5 years of experience in there industry, possess thorough customer relation expertise and know their trade very well.
To book a local Uxbridge plumber, please call Homecure Plumbers on 0203 504 4000
Emergency Response Services
We undertake all emergency plumbing & heating work.
If you’re in urgent need of a emergency plumber in Uxbridge, please call us on 0203 504 4000 and we’ll send you local plumber or gas heating engineer to deal with your issue.
Our Plumber can be with you within 1 hour of contacting us.
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Tips & Tricks
How to save energy (loft insulation / double glazing)
There are various methods you can take to keep heat inside your home, and two of the best are loft insulation, and double glazing.
Because heat rises, most heat in the home escapes through the roof. 270mm thickness of insulation is the ideal – your loft may already have some down in which case only a top-up is needed. Once it’s laid, you could enjoy savings of hundreds of pounds from your annual heating bill, with no need to replace it for around 40 years.
There are various types of insulationand techniques, depending on the ease of access to your loft, its shape, and what you use it for. You can raise the floor level, then lay boards down if you need it for storage; you can blow insulation in if it’s difficult to move around up there; you can pour in loose-fill insulation if your space is irregular. Talk to an expert to discuss your options and prices.
Note that damp and condensation issues can complicate things and need to be resolved first, or insulation will make them worse.
So long as you don’t live in a period property or conservation area, you should be able to fit double-glazing to your windows. A secondary pane of glass not only cuts heat loss but also helps prevent noise getting in, meaning if you live near a busy road it’s a great idea.
It’s long-lasting, up to 20 years, and will not only save you money but also your carbon footprint. There are various types of glass, frame and manufacturer so if you’re considering installing double-glazing in your home then it’s worth doing your research first.