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Welcome to Cross Emergency Plumbers Guildford.

A well-established Guildford firm that was founded many years ago, over time we’ve gained a fantastic reputation for providing excellent plumbing throughout Guildford and Hampshire, ensuring customer care, and delivering superior expertise.

Each of our emergency plumbers is trained and highly skilled in each field of plumbing and heating and any emergency situation. We cover all types of plumbing repairs in Guildford, from leaking radiators to boiler repairs, breakdowns, and blocked toilets. Our emergency engineers are also trained in the fields of plumbing and electrical repair.

A plumbing breakdown can occur at any time of the day or night. It could be a burst pipe or a boiler breakdown that suddenly malfunctions. Don’t worry if you’ve got a plumbing emergency in Guildford. We are here to help you; after all, that’s what we are here for: to tackle any emergency plumbing. Call us for an emergency plumber, day or night; we would be more than happy to help.

Our teams of plumbers are experienced and highly qualified. Areas we cover are the whole of Surrey and Guildford. We are committed to providing top-notch service to all our clients in Guildford. For affordable plumbing and a vast range of services to help take care of your home, contact Cross Plumbers today. Call our friendly team and speak to a qualified, skilled plumber.

Each of our plumbers is trained and highly skilled in each field of plumbing and heating. We cover all types of plumbing repairs, from leaking radiators to boiler repairs and breakdowns to blocked toilets. Our emergency plumbers are also trained in the fields of plumbing and electrical repair.

Our teams of plumbers are experienced and highly qualified. Areas we cover are the whole of Surrey and Guildford. We are committed to providing a top-notch service to all our clients in Guildford. For affordable plumbing and a vast range of services to help take care of your home, contact Cross plumbers today. Call our friendly team and speak to a qualified, skilled plumber.

Each of our plumbers is trained and highly skilled in each field of plumbing. We cover all types of plumbing repairs, from burst radiators, taps that leak, boiler repairs, boiler breakdowns, blocked toilets, taps that drip, blocked sinks, and leaking or burst pipes. Our engineers are also trained in the fields of plumbing and heating. Our teams of emergency plumbers are experienced and highly qualified. The areas we cover are Guildford, and we are committed to providing top-notch service to all our clients in Guildford. Before we start any plumbing work, we will undertake a risk assessment to ensure the work runs smoothly.

For affordable emergency plumbing and a vast range of services to help take care of your home in Guildford, contact Cross Services emergency plumbers today.

Call our friendly team and speak to a qualified, skilled emergency plumber. We also cover the following areas: Normandy, Bellfields, Worplesdon, Guildford, Jacob Well, Pirbright, Fairlands, Clandon, Merrow and Burpham, and Stoughton.

Plumbing Surveys Guildford

Plumber surveys and more Should you require us to inspect and carry out a plumbing survey, report, or inspection on your plumbing system, then we will complete a professional itemised report at your Guildford-based home or business. One of our emergency plumbers will attend to your call promptly and provide you with a plumbing report listing any defects that can help you avoid future issues that may arise.

For an emergency or plumbing inspection, survey, or report for your property in Guildford, contact the plumbers at Cross Services Emergency Plumbers. If you’re worried about the state of your plumbing, a qualified plumber will assess it for you and provide you with a detailed plumbing report that will tell you if there’s any work needed. With a plumbing report, you can avoid serious plumbing problems and save yourself cash on major repairs in the future. If you’re thinking of selling your Guildford home, a plumbing survey can help you get a fair price for your property. An independent plumbing survey will put you in good stead if your buyer brings along a surveyor to check over the property. A plumbing survey, provided by a professional plumber, can ensure you can negotiate the right price for your property.

Call Cross Services Emergency Plumbers in Guildford for help today. Speak to a professional plumber on 01483 339537.

Emergency Blocked Toilet in Guildford, Merrow, Worplesdon, Normandy, Burpham, Pyrford, Normandy, Shalford, and Park Barn:

A blocked toilet can be a real nightmare. It is inconvenient and can be rather embarrassing, especially if you have guests staying over. At Cross Services, we have all the right tools to help you out fast. Give us a call and talk to our emergency plumber; we aim to get out to you within the hour. Access cover, a point where access can be gained for internal inspection of a drain

A tap that drips can be annoying! Need an emergency plumber fast?

Taps are used several times every day, so problems are bound to develop occasionally. The two most common faults are drips from the tap spout and leaks from the tap spindle. To put things right, you need to know what sort of tap you are dealing with. Most taps that drip in our homes have a spindle mechanism that raises and lowers a small piston called a jumper, on the end of which is a rubber washer. This seals the water inlet inside the tap when it is turned off. Taps may have rising or non-rising spindles; you can tell which by turning the tap on and checking whether the handle rises perceptibly or not. Some Guildford homes still have the unique Supa tap with its overhead supply. On these, the washer is attached to an anti-splash device inside the rotating tap nozzle. New installations may have taps with ceramic discs instead of a washer. You can identify such taps by their action; they need only a quarter-turn from off to full on. Drips from the spout of a washered tap are usually caused by a worn tap washer or body. To replace a washer, first turn off the water supply to the tap concerned and open the dripping tap.

Our Guildford emergency plumber recommends removing the tap handle next. On old-style taps with rising spindles, this is usually held on by a small grub screw. If it is stuck fast, try running some penetrating oil down the spindle, pouring boiling water over it, or gripping it with an adjustable wrench after wrapping it in cloth to protect it. On modem taps with non-rising spindles, the handle may simply pull off or may be held on by a screw underneath the hot or cold indicator disc. Take this off with a small screwdriver. Now you can unscrew the tap mechanism anticlockwise.

In preliminary, when overhauling the tap that drips, it is imperative to turn off the water source to that tap. You can normally distinguish your dripping tap. Usually they have rubber washers or ceramic discs by turning the tap handle clockwise. If the tap has ceramic discs, then the handle will only turn ¾ or ½ turn. If the handle turns more than this, your tap will probably need new rubber washers. If you have a tap that drips, give us a call. Our Guildford emergency plumbers are always at hand.

How to emergency tap replacement Guildford

Tap Replacement Guildford We also carry out tap emergency repair work around the home, business, or your property in Guildford. If your tap is dripping, old, and worn out, or if you are having trouble with your taps and need a plumber fast, give Cross Services a call. We offer a wide selection and range of tap services, worn rubber repairs, and tap replacement in Guildford. Services range from repairing existing taps to fitting a brand new set of taps, washer replacement, and general tap repairs. We deal with basins, sinks, blocked toilets, baths, and a lot more. So look no further; call Cross Services and talk to our plumber about any tap repair or replacement in Guildford. “Tap” us up on all your tap requirements and needs.

Taps and valves

Taps and valves are used to control the flow of water through pipes, either to turn it off or completely reduce it.

Replacing different types of taps

There are many different designs of tap available in Guildford, and the one you choose will depend on the job you want it to do and the design you like. Older taps are likely to be the rising spindle kind but these have been widely replaced with shrouded-head taps with non-rising kindles. Many modern taps have ceramic discs, which do not need washing and require only 1/2 or 1/4 of a turn to operate.

How to replace single taps in an emergency without calling a plumber

Cold (blue) taps are pillar-mounted with a threaded portion passing through a hole in the sink, bath basin, or bidet and secured by a backnut underneath. The threaded portion is J/zin BSP (sink, basin, and bidet taps) or 3/un BSP (baths); sink taps are taller to allow room for a bucket underneath. Gib taps (often used for garden taps) screw directly into a special fitting, such as a wall plate elbow. Many kitchen sinks are fitted with Supa taps, which can be rewashed without turning off the water. These are no longer made, but replacement washers are still available in Guildford.

How to replace mixer taps in an emergency?

There are three main types of mixer taps: sink mixers, bath mixers, and basin/bidet mixer taps. Some sink mixers have two diverted flow pipes so that the hot and cold water do not mix until they have left the tap. This is important where the cold supply comes directly from the mains (as it usually does in a kitchen) and the hot water comes from the storage cistern. They can be either one-hole or two-hole mixer taps, depending on the make, style, and details of your sink. The standard tap fitting distance for the inlets on sin If mixers are 178mm (7in), most bath and basin mixer taps also have two inlets and one outlet, but two flows are allowed to mix freely. The difference between a bath mixer tap and a basin mixer tap is the spacing of the two inlets. 181mm (yi/sin) apart for baths; 102mm (4in) or 21 mm (sV4^) for basins. One-hole’ mixer taps are also available for basins and bidets. Bath/shower mixers have a connection for a shower hose and a diverter so that flow can be directed to the shower. Three-hole mixer taps have a third connection for a pop-up waste control and/or the spout. Most mixer taps have screwed BSP connections; some one-hole mixers have a plain copper tube, usually 15mm, but sometimes 12mm. Most mixer taps simply use the hot and cold knobs to control flow and temperature, but some modern one-hole mixer taps have just a single lever that does both. The rising spindle was the most popular tap in the 1980s. This tap had a cross-head; as the tap was opened and closed, the whole spindle would move.

Do you have a blocked toilet in Guildford?

Bathroom-woking Our drain team is made up of experts and can clear your blocked toilet quickly, leaving your home or property clean and tidy. Our emergency plumber will come prepared. Once we have unblocked your toilet, we will leave your home clean and tidy. We offer free advice on ways to improve your drainage systems.

Non emergency Plumbing Guildford

We can provide a plumber to deal with water damage and burst water pipes at your property in Guildford. If you need urgent care for your home, a reliable engineer from Cross Services Emergency Plumbers will provide a fast response and deal effectively with plumbing and repairs. Call us today for a qualified emergency plumber.

How to Maintain and Remove the Radiator

At times, it is necessary to remove the radiator in order to paint or paper the wall behind it or to refinish the floor underneath it. Removing a radiator can be removed without the help of a plumber if you follow these tips. The radiator should not be removed when the heating system is turned on. At a time when the fire is low, turn off the valve controlling the admission of steam to the radiator and disconnect the valve from the radiator by unscrewing the hex union nut on the valve. Be sure to turn this nut in the right direction, as too much tightening may cause it to jam, making it impossible to remove without deforming it. The nut draws the nipple on the radiator side into the brass seat in the valve to form the union, which should be unscrewed in a clockwise direction when facing the valve.

Emergency Blocked Drains Guildford, Stoughton Worplesdon, Blackheath, Normandy, Elstead, Bellfields, Merrow, Godalming, Compton, Normandy Pirbright, Park Barn, Shalford, Hascombe, and Burpham.

If you have leaking pipes, our drain maintenance service can help. Our plumbers can provide gutter cleaning, gutter repairs, replacement downpipes, and drain block clearance. We also supply and install new gutters. Call Cross Services emergency plumbers in Guildford for professional help today.

Emergency Blocked Sinks in Guildford

Blocked sink? Let our plumber sort it; we will unblock it fast at a cost you can afford. Blocked sinks can be a nightmare; they can potentially cause flooding and damage to your appliances. When you find that you have a blocked sink, give us a call; our emergency plumber is here 7 days a week.

Cross Services Guildford also carries out non-emergency work. We can visit you at your home or business property and provide you with an impressive and affordable quotation, no matter what your budget. Our team works hard to ensure that every one of our bathroom fitting projects is finished to perfection, with flooring, bathroom suites, and walls completed to a stunning finish. Others in the Guildford area struggle to offer a similar service, but we make sure that your new bathroom is just the most wonderful place to relax and show off!

We have a qualified plumber to suit your next project, a Gas Safe registered heating engineer, and fitters who will leave you entirely safe should your appliances, water, or heating system need attention. We will also make sure your new bathroom fits beautifully. Please call our friendly team to attend today at 01483 339537.

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How do i repair and fix a leaking tap in an emergency?

How do i replace or fix leaking taps in an emergency? Taps are used several times every day, so problems are bound to develop occasionally. The two most common faults are drips from the tap spout and leaks from the tap spindle. To put things right, you need to know what sort of tap you are dealing with. Most taps that drip in our homes have a spindle mechanism that raises and lowers a small piston called a jumper, on the end of which is a rubber washer. This seals the water inlet inside the tap when it is turned off. Taps may have rising or non-rising spindles; you can tell which by turning the tap on and checking whether the handle rises perceptibly or not. Some homes still have the unique Supa tap with its overhead supply. On these, the washer is attached to an anti-splash device inside the rotating tap nozzle. New installations may have taps with ceramic discs instead of a washer. You can identify such taps by their action; they need only a quarter-turn from off to full on. Drips from the spout of a washered tap are usually caused by a worn tap washer, or body. To replace a washer, first turn off the water supply to the tap concerned and open the dripping tap.

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