plumber/heating person?

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Re: plumber/heating person?

Postby hairingtons » Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:45 am

Have often read, but rarely posted in chorlton forums.

But just thought I'd add another recommendation for Ross.

I needed my boiler servicing and had a hot water tap not working upstairs. 5 plumbers I called. Count them. 5. A couple of 'em seemed fair enough, couldn't make it, too busy. One didn't turn up this morning. So I got on to Ross (who had returned my previous call) and he's come out same day. And a reasonable rate to boot.

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Re: plumber/heating person?

Postby commercial » Fri May 10, 2013 5:55 am

Lastly it can be said that in the process copper pipes and tubes can be joined in several way and means. Sweat-soldering is the most common, widely used in the plumbing & furnace heating trades and is certainly the method with the least expense of time and cost involved.

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Re: plumber/heating person?

Postby Ruby » Mon Jul 21, 2014 1:52 pm

Sorry to bump an old thread but just another recommendation for Ross - he was brilliant!

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