The team at Arco Heating and Plumbing are based in Collier Row, Essex. As a result, it gives them easy access to many areas within Havering as well as the M25, A12 and A127. This means that they turn up on time to give quotes for jobs and when hired to undertake scheduled work.
We have many clients in the Hornchurch area. Wikipedia describes it in the following way:
Hornchurch is a suburban town in East London, England and part of the London Borough of Havering. It comprises a number of shopping streets and a large residential area. It historically formed a large ancient parish in the county of Essex that became the manor and liberty of Havering. As part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, Hornchurch significantly expanded and increased in population, becoming an urban district in 1926 and has formed part of Greater London since 1965. It is the location of Queen's Theatre, Havering Sixth Form College and Havering College of Further and Higher Education.
Arco Heating and Plumbing is a family run plumbing service are renowned for their experience and know how. They have the ability to turn their skills at solving a whole range of plumbing problems for both residential and commercial clients. Because of their extensive experience, there’s no situation that’s too difficult for them to resolve. Call our Hornchurch plumbers if you require help with the following issues:
Boiler repair Hornchurch
Do you think that your boiler is at the end of its lifetime? Or are you ready to change and install a new boiler now? Before you do anymore thinking, give us a call so that we can undertake an assessment of the job for you. In addition to repairing boilers, we also service and install them. From Vaillant, to Bosche, we are familiar with a wide range of makes and types of combi-boilers and system boilers.
General plumbing in Hornchurch
Faulty plumbing can be one of those jobs that you may be able to get the tools out and do it yourself. However, there are situations when doing it yourself is simply not possible. Hire a Hornchurch plumbing contractor to help you with your plumbing woes. Our professionals will be able to troubleshoot, replace and install the right pipe connections or fixtures that will allow the water to flow again – in the right direction! So leaking pipes, blocked drains, blocked sinks and toilets, all come under the remit of the Arco Heating and Plumbing team.
Kitchen plumbers Hornchurch
In addition to fixing and mending faulty plumbing, consider us as the kitchen plumbers for your installation. Not only do we install the plumbing for kitchens, we also fit them! If you are about to embark on the exciting prospect of updating your kitchen, plan the plumbing requirements right at the start. Our top kitchen plumbing tips will help.
Shower and bathroom fitters Hornchurch
Installing a new bathroom or shower suite, can be an exciting prospect. There are many elements to consider, such as the units, bath, shower, taps, sink, toilet, tiles, flooring and colours. What is also a must is deciding on who to do the bathroom installation for you. Call Arco Heating Ltd today - we are bathroom and shower fitters with experience.
Do you need our Plumbers in Hornchurch or elsewhere in Essex? Then get in touch for your free, no-obligation quote. Use either of these numbers to get in touch with Arco Heating and Plumbing Ltd today! 07977 229 134 OR 07970 296 171.
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Do you live in Romford, Essex? Are you thinking of replacing your kitchen? You should! It can transform your home dramatically. Whether you want to replace the cupboard doors or the entire kitchen on a small or large scale, we’re sure you will be able to find something in your price range, whether you’re on a small budget or have more money for your dream kitchen. Arco Heating Ltd, can help install your kitchen and update your plumbing installations at the same time.
A new kitchen can add a considerable amount of value to your home especially if you have shopped around for the best products and used your common sense to get the best out of the space you have. There are so many designs available on the market you will be spoilt for choice. You can mix and match designs to suit what you like. You want your kitchen to stand out and be noticed so don't be scared or abstract colours or designs.
Spending a lot of time thinking about the appliances you want to incorporate into the kitchen can have a dramatic effect. You want to consider whether or not they will be integrated, built in or simply just sat in place under the worktop. What colour do you want your appliances to be? There are lots to choose from. Getting the wrong ones can make your expensive new kitchen look out of place but getting the right ones can make it spectacular.
Don't be afraid of incorporating some lights into your kitchen maybe. There are many places where you can incorporate atmospheric lighting: some down lights or some up lights under the cupboards, some small lights in the plinth, hanging lights above the table. You can create fantastic shades patterns and designs if you incorporate coloured lights behind glass doors into recesses and around islands.
There's so much that you could do to create a truly amazing kitchen with all the different products available on the market. It really is possible to add a lot of value to the home at the same time. For anybody looking to buy a new home, the kitchen is one of the key rooms they want to be up-to-date. It could be the deciding factor for the sale.
Other things to consider when installing a kitchen is to think about when you want sockets and switches to be installed. Where are you installing your fixed appliances? They will need access to power. Where is your work area for cooking, do you need extra sockets to plug in portable appliances? Will your kitchen be a workspace too? Do you need extra power points near the table? Our advice is to always add more than you think you will need – you will be thankful in the future that you did.
Also think about your boiler. Is it situated in the kitchen? When was it last replaced? Does it work in the current location, or will it need to be moved? Perhaps now is the time to upgrade and get a new boiler fitted. The team at Arco can help install a boiler and a new central heating system in your home in or around Romford.
Look over several different designs and models before deciding. Do you have enough room in the centre of the kitchen for an island? Can you also create storage space? What other appliances or items are stored in your current kitchen. Where will they go in your new kitchen?
Last but not least make sure you choose the right people to fit the kitchen. Get at least three quotes, ideally from friends of family recommendations. Ask if you can see some of the work they have done or if they have references you can check. You wouldn't want to go through all the trouble of designing the perfect kitchen for somebody to fit it badly.
Arco Heating Ltd in Romford, Essex offers a wide range of work from domestic too commercial large to small nothing is beyond our capabilities. That’s what makes us the ideal company for all your heating and plumbing needs. All our staff are highly motivated an enjoy their work. We offer a complete service at the right price.
If you are looking to have your kitchen fitted in Romford, Essex or nearby, contact Arco today for an appointment. Call Martin on 07977 229 134 or Craig on 07970 296 171.
If it’s time to upgrade your boiler, first ask yourself if this is the best place for your new boiler to go too, or might there be a better place within your home?
There are a few reasons why you may want to move your boiler. Does its current location get in the way? Is it too noisy? (though new boilers tend to be quieter) Are you extending your property and its current location, simply won’t work? If you’re renovating and need a new boiler now may be the perfect time to find it a new home.
Where are boilers usually located?
Boilers can be found in the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or utility room. A utility room is an ideal place for your boiler because it is out of the way and doesn’t get in the way of your living space. We don’t usually recommend it to be near or above bedroom’s as this could cause disrupted sleep as it switches on and off. Many boilers can be installed in a cupboard, if you wanted it to be out of sight completely.
What type of boiler should I get?
This really depends on the size of your home, number of bathrooms and number of people living in the home. You want one that can keep up with the demand of your household. There are three types of boilers you can choose from: condensing boilers, combi boilers and system boilers.
How much space will the boiler take up?
Again, this depends on what type of boiler you get. Once you have decided on your boiler, check that if it will work in the location you had in mind. Find out the dimensions of the boiler and how much clearance there should be surrounding it. It’s a good idea to decide on a location for your boiler before you buy it. If you are going to move your boiler, remember too that your plumber may need to take up flooring to move the pipework. This will result in extra time and cost, compared to a straightforward boiler replacement.
Can a boiler go in the loft?
Yes, but there are a few things you’ll need to check first. Is there enough room in your loft for you or your plumber to stand up? Can the wall support the weight of the boiler? Do you have a loft ladder and good lighting? Will the boiler have frost protection? Note, that if, your boiler is a long way from you’re the various taps in your property, it will need to work harder to provide your taps with hot water. This will increase your energy consumption and may result in higher bills.
Can you put a boiler in the garage?
Yes, this might be another option too. If you are going to install your boiler in the garage you will need to make sure it has frost protection – you will need insulation so that the pipes don’t freeze.
Make sure it’s easily accessible
Despite not needing to get to the boiler too often, it still needs to be easy to get to for both yourself and your plumber. You should have at least an annual boiler service, to make sure that it is in good working order. Should work need to be done to it, having clear access will make it easier for your plumber.
Are there any regulations for boiler installations?
Regulations state that all new boilers have to be condensing, which means they need a discharge pipe and should be positioned on or next to an outside wall. The minimum flue clearance distance will depend on your boiler, and will be detailed in your manufacturers instruction booklet.
How can you ensure the boiler is safe?
If you’re moving your boiler to another room, don’t forget to install or move your carbon dioxide alarm along with it. Also, always make sure that the plumbers installing our new boiler are registered with Gas Safe.
You can be sure that when you use Arco Heating Ltd, that our plumbers are registered and that your home is in safe hands. We cover all areas in and around Havering including, Romford, Collier Row, Hornchurch, Upminster and beyond.
Call us now on: Martin: 07977 229 134 | Craig: 07970 296 171