Emergency Plumber Aldershot

Welcome to Cross Services, Plumber in Aldershot 01252 647280 or 07971 294777.

PlumberCross Services is a reputable plumbing company that deals with all aspects of plumbing work and also offers general home maintenance to help keep your property in top condition.

We offer quality repairs, reliable emergency plumbing services and affordable prices. Each plumber is fully qualified and committed to providing a first-rate service for customers in Aldershot. Before we start any work, we always undertake a risk assessment to ensure the safety of your property.

Established over 25 years ago,  Cross Services has a reputation for providing excellent customer care and superior workmanship.

Contact Cross Services and speak to a qualified plumber today on 01252 647280.

Our Services

At Cross Services of Aldershot, we provide a vast range of services to help you take care of your property in Hampshire.  Here are some of our key services:

  • Boiler Care and Repairs
  • Urgent Gutter cleaning
  • Blocked Drains
  • Blocked Toilet
  • Emergency Plumber

Plumbing Surveys Aldershot and Local Areas. 

For a professional plumbing report or survey for your property in Aldershot, contact Cross Services today. We can provide a detailed plumbing report that will tell you if your plumbing system is working as it should. An experienced plumber will assess your plumbing and provide you with all the information you need to avoid major plumbing issues in the future, so you can save cash on repairs. If you’re selling your home in Aldershot, we can provide you with a plumbing survey that will help you negotiate the price of your property with potential buyers. Buyers will often use a surveyor but an independent plumbing survey from a qualified plumber will stand you in good stead and help you get a fair price for your home.

Emergency Plumber Aldershot and Surrounding Areas:
Ash, Aldershot, Farnham, Yateley, Farnham, Guildford, Normandy, Ash Vale, Camberley, Frimley, Fleet, Chobham, Woking, Elstead. Hindhead, Haslemere.

We can provide a reliable emergency plumber in Aldershot for burst water pipes and water damage. Our emergency plumbers will provide a rapid response to deal with urgent plumbing and repairs for your property. Contact us and speak to an experienced emergency plumber today.

Emergency Blocked Drains

If you have leaking pipes, the emergency plumbers at Cross Services Aldershot can help. We offer drain un-blocking and maintenance work, such as gutter cleaning, gutter repairs, drain blockage clearance and replacement down-pipes. We also supply and fit new gutters. Call Cross Services of Aldershot for a qualified plumber today.

Clean and Tidy
After each plumbing job, we make sure your home or buisness is left clean and tidy and our plumber will remove all debris from your home or property.

RESPONSIVE
We aim to be at your property within 1 hour in the weekday and out of hours within 4 hours when emergency or urgent jobs are concerned, and we will call before we arrive to insure we are all ready.

RESPECTFUL
We are respectful to all our clients, we also respect your property at all times.

RELIABLE
Our professional teams of plumbers and heating engineers effeiant and reliable, fixing the problem fast

Call us for an emergency plumbers in Aldershot and discuss your requirements with a qualified plumber today on 01252 647280.

Areas covered:
Aldershot, Ash, dishwasher, washing, machine, plumbing, Frimley, taps, Milford, ball, Alton, valve, Hampshire, Godalming. toilet, Witley, emergency, pipe, Hampshire, leaks, fitting, Ash Vale, outside, Odiham, Fleet, Ash, Sandhurst, Camberley, Farnborough, Ash, Crowthorne, Hartley Wintney, Elstead, Surrey, Hindhead, Windlesham, Woking, Guildford, Farnham, Normandy, Surrey, Bagshot, Yateley, Chobham, Aldershot, Fleet, Ash, Hartley Wintney, Normandy, Hindhead, Witley, Ash, Vale Sandhurst, Guildford, Odiham, Camberley, Milford, Farnham, Godalming, Woking Elstead, Crowthorne, Frimley, Ash, Bagshot, Yateley, Alton, Surrey, Farnborough, Chobham, Windlesham, Hampshire, Surrey, Ash Vale.

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2 thoughts on “Emergency Plumber Aldershot

  • February 18, 2016 at 1:24 pm
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    Hi.
    Help please. I think our toilet ball valve is broken, we can hear dripping any tips please on how to repair it
    thanks
    Tony

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  • February 18, 2016 at 1:36 pm
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    Hi Tony, ill give it my best shot, here goes.

    If you are competent you could probably carry out this work without the need to pay a plumber. If you get stuck, give our Aldershot branch a call, im sure one of our technical plumbers could guide you. If you need any parts, it might be worth noting down the make, model and part numbers, it will make life much easier when buying the parts at your local plumbers merchants, there is one in Aldershot called City Plumbing Merchants Redan Hill Estate, Redan Rd, Aldershot. We Have used them in the past and they seem really helpful.

    The Basic Function of a Ball-Valve

    Most homes have at least two ball-valves –one in the toilet cistern and the other in the cold water storage cistern. Ball-valves are simply a means of admitting water to a cistern to pre-determinate level. An inlet, in other words. They are self-operating and work only a toilet cistern is flushed or when water is drawn off, through a tap, from storage cistern.

    All ball-valves work in a similar principle although there are various types. A float, is usually a plastic hollow ball that operates the float arm or also known in old days as the as the plumbers rod. This opens and closes the ball-valve as water falls into the toilet cistern. For example, when toilet handle is flushed and the toilet cistern empties (or when water from the storage cistern is run through a tap) the valve opens. This allows water to enter the system to a level required.

    Repairing a ball valve:

    If there are drips from the cistern overflow, examine the mechanism inside the cistern: the ball valve or diaphragm probably needs replacing. The way you remove the washer or diaphragm depends on whether the valve is made of brass or whether it is a modern plastic valve. It is most likely that you will have to replace a brass valve, which involves turning off the water supply and taking apart the valve and piston assemblies.

    Replacing a valve washer:

    With a brass valve, turn off the water supply and remove the split pit holding the float arm to the valve assembly. Unscrew the cap end of the valve case and ease the piston assembly out of the valve. The washer is at the end of the piston. Undo the end of the piston or simply prise the washer out of place. Fit a new washer either by replacing the cap or by easing the new washer carefully under the lip of the cap so that it rests flat in the recess. Rub the piston with wire wool so that is slides easily in the valve case and then replace the float arm and the split pin.

    Alternatively talk to our Aldershot plumber on 01252 337808

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