• LocationOxford, Oxfordshire, New Inn Hall Street, OX1 2DH**
  • Our Working HoursOpening times: 24 hours a day*
  • Phone Us!Free phone: 0800 051 8628

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Express local Oxford plumbers can be at your door within 30-90 minutes for any drainage problem. If you experience a blocked drain in Oxford or the local area our experienced staff will resolve the problem using the latest drainage equipment such as drain jetting and cctv drain surveys.

The first signs of a blocked drain will often be the smell of trapped waste. At this point it is best to seek assistance to reduce the chances of a complete blockage and overflowing drains. Be it a domestic or commercial Oxford property, our qualified local Oxford drain cleaners can solve the drainage problem that same day.

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Oxford Plumbing Testimonials

Customer Name: Mrs A P Robinson
I would like to commend your company for its excellent service from my initial request for a quotation through to the proficient completion of the repair. The gentlemen who handled my call on the phone was very helpful, An engineer by the name of Gerard arrived at 9:30 the time that was given to me on the phone, he did an excellent job and I shall certainly recommend your company in the future.

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Example Of Our Plumbing Services

Condensing Boiler
A condensing boiler is a type of boiler that has increased efficiency, with an average efficiency of 82-89% in a real house installation (although laboratory tests claim up to 95-98%), compared with an average efficiency of 50-80% with a non-condensing boiler. This increase in efficiency is possible because the boiler re-uses the heat of the flue gases and vapours to heat up water, thus wasting less energy. The flue gases typically reach temperatures of 180-200°C, and thus a lot of heat (and therefore, energy) is wasted to the atmosphere. For this to work, the gases must be extracted with the use of a fan to a vent, and for the excess water collected (the water that condenses to release the heat) to be drained away using the usual waste water pipes. All new gas boilers installed since April 1st 2005 (and since April 1st 2007 for oil-fired boilers) are required to be condensing boilers, unless exceptional circumstances apply.

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