The core services provided by Every Aspect Maintenance Services and the reputation in which it built its success upon is the provision of plumbing and heating for commercial enterprises and the public sector.
Service contracts are undertaken for any system primarily within Schools, Nurseries, Care Homes and all Commercial or Industrial premises to ensure continuity of hot water supply.
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For More Information, to discuss your requirements or to book a FREE no obligation site Survey please call – 0800 246 5187, email email@example.com or use the Contact Page.
Our Senior Engineer has over 20 years experience in fault finding and repair and with in-house training his experience is passed down to our younger engineers and apprentices. For any plumbing work that you may need doing we will be happy to quote and carry out the work to the highest standard. please contact us and we will arrange an appointment to visit and give you a Free Quote for the work that needs doing.
Whether it be a burst pipe, a leak, a running overflow, immersion heater not working, a blocked toilet or even a dripping tap please contact our helpful staff who will be happy to arrange for a plumber to visit as soon as possible and sort out the problem.
With the new Health & Safety requirements relating to employers and the Health & Safety of their employees at work, blended hot water systems, temperature controlled hot water and it’s maintenance has become very important.
A judgement of actual risk will need to be made based on the vulnerability of the population who may have access to washing and bathing facilities and the control measures in place. This will usually be Infants, Children, the elderly and vulnerable people.
The health and safety of people who use care services is covered by the general requirements of Section 3 of the Health and Safety at Work Etc Act 1974, (HSW s.3) and by the risk assessment requirements of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (Reg 3) (MHSWR reg.3). The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) also set out requirements for work equipment including suitability and maintenance, and instruction and training. HSE and LA Inspectors enforce these requirements.
It is particularly important that where thermostatic mixing valves (TMVs) are provided they should comply with TMV3 standards (part G3 building regs) and are maintained to at least the standard recommended by the manufacturer. A documented maintenance schedule which takes into account local conditions (eg hard water) and the risk of valve failure, should be followed and recorded. This service of documenting the servicing and maintenance of blending, we will carry out free of charge if we service and maintain your blending valves, shower and water control equipment.
Cold water storage tanks.
Water storage tanks are present in many buildings and provide water to many systems. To maintain a good quality water supply and comply with the ACOP L8 it is vital that these tanks are regularly inspected and cleaned. Over time debris and other contaminants will build up within the tank and provide a breeding ground for bacteria such as Legionella. Other harmful bacteria may also be present and if left unchecked these can create a high risk environment for the entire building. We can offer the service of Chlorinating and Sterilization of tanks and water services to BS6700
Immersion tank (hot water cylinder) replacements & repair.
Does your hot water system need replacing, moving a radiator or any other job that needs doing our experienced engineers will be happy to carry out the work. please contact us and we will arrange an appointment to visit and give you a Free Quote for the work that needs doing.
Point of use Water Heater
In some circumstances instead of a traditional hot water circulation system it might be better to use single or multi-point, point of use water heaters, vented or unvented ranging in size from 10 liters up. All sizes of unvented water heaters now are covered by G3 of the building regulations and should only be installed by a competent engineer with current certification.
Pressurized systems are protected from catastrophe by safety measures including preventive maintenance. The most important piece of equipment in a pressurized system, the pressure relief valve (PRV), is the one piece of hardware that must always be ready to operate properly when needed. However, the PRV also is the one piece of equipment we hope never needs to operate. Because the PRV is the last line of defense against a catastrophic failure of a pressurized system, it must be maintained in “like new” condition if it is to provide the confidence necessary to operate a pressurized system.
Run-to-failure is not an option
The run-to-failure philosophy isn’t an option with a PRV because failure might result in property damage or even loss of life. The minimum acceptable level of PRV maintenance is periodic testing, with internal inspection and repair as dictated by the results of testing.
Troubleshooting PRV problems is the first step in a proper repair. Unless you determine and correct the failure’s root cause, the problem will recur. Repair shops across the country are qualified to perform PRV repair and testing. Working to a nationally recognized standard, PRV service facilities disassemble, clean, inspect, machine or replace parts (as necessary), reassemble, test, seal and apply a repair nameplate for traceability.
Kitchen Sinks & Waste Disposal.
Whether you are fitting or replacing sinks, taps and waste pipes or need a sink moving please contact our office and one of our experienced plumbers will visit and complete the job for you.
How the Every Aspect Maintenance Services team works;
We know the last thing your business needs is a load of disruption. So we’ll do everything possible to keep things simple and straightforward and work around you.
Whatever the circumstances, the process will start with our engineer visiting you at a time that suits you, to discuss specific requirements and budget. There’s no obligation and no fee.
• Call us on 0800 246 5187 or use our contact us page to book your free survey.
• Our engineer will visit at a time that suits you to inspect your premises and discuss your budget.
• Within a week we will email you a set of recommendations, an estimate of how long the work will take and a quote.
• If you decide to accept the quote – thank you! You just need to call or email the office to let us know.
• We will check our schedule and agree dates with you for the work to start and finish.
• Once the job is done we will leave the site clean and tidy and you will have all the relevant certification.
You’ll find that our engineers pride themselves on a friendly, flexible approach. They’ll work quietly in the background while you get on with your job.