Having issues with the central heating in a commercial or public sector building can be more than a mere inconvenience. When you have staff working for you, or worse; students or patients in the building, it is your responsibility to ensure they are safe and comfortable. That’s why, when your radiators need repairing, you want a local company with a team of professionals who can deal with your problems quickly and efficiently, leaving you to focus on running your organisation. No1PHD is that company. With experts based in Portsmouth, we can repair your radiators in no time. Call us today to talk about your radiator problems on, 08006906777
In short; all of them. While it’s true that some faults may be too severe to repair with anything short of replacing a whole radiator (which No1PHD can take care of, of course) anything that can be handled with a simple repair can be handled by No1PHD. This includes things like radiators coming loose from their wall mountings, leaking from the pipes going into/coming out of the radiator, radiator bleeding, and much more. We can also handle any related problems, such as issues with the boiler heating your radiators, or faulty thermostats.
It is rare for a radiator to suffer a fault so bad that it cannot be repaired, however, it is possible. If a radiator has suffered a significant impact that has compromised its structural integrity, there is little that can be done for it. Similarly, if a radiator is old and has begun to leak from the body of the radiator itself (not the pipes attached to it) this is usually a sign of significant corrosion and will require a complete replacement of that radiator. Radiators may also be replaced as a matter of course; it is recommended that radiators are replaced every 8-10 years, though manufacturers may recommend different times based on their specific product. Regardless of whether your radiator is repairable or requires a complete replacement, No1PHD can take care of it. Simply give us a call and we’ll determine the best course of action going forward, working with you to ensure as little disruption to your organisation as possible.
Absolutely blown away by the service we received. Took all the stress out of losing our heating and hot water. Highly recommended!
2 weeks ago
Couldn’t have asked for a faster resolution to our drainage conundrum. Nothing was too much for these guys who were brilliant throughout.
1 month ago
Radiators not getting warm at all, or not getting noticeably less warm than they used to, can be caused by several things. But the two most common culprits are air in the central heating system and problems with your boiler. If all, or most, of your radiators, are suffering from this problem, there is a good chance the problem lies with your boiler. If it is localised to a few radiators, or even just one, then it could be air in the system. Check to see if the radiator is getting warmer at the bottom than it is at the top, as this is a surefire sign that radiator requires the air bleeding from it. Of course, all of this can be taken care of by your friendly No1PHD experts.
Don’t let misbehaving radiators put a crimp in your workday. Whether you’re a school, college, hospital, or any kind of commercial or public sector building, No1PHD can take care of your radiator worries in good time. Simply call 08006906777 to speak to one of our professionals.
After noticing that the house was unusually cold, we found that the heating wasn’t coming on and that our hot water had also failed. We called the team at No 1 PHD who dispatched an engineer to investigate. After discovering that the culprit was a faulty boiler part, they ordered in a new part and got it fitted as quickly as possible. The guys were great, and we couldn’t be happier.
For days, we’ve noticed a foul smell coming from outside and a gurgling sound coming from one of the drains. Whenever it would rain, the area around it would flood slightly and take ages to drain. We tried buying drain unblockers, but none seemed effective. Eventually, we turned to No 1 PHD and were left wondering why we didn’t do this sooner.