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Emergency Plumbers Guildford – call 07971 294777

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 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, breakdowns, and blocked toilets. Our engineers 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 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 engineers 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.

Tips on taps

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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