Plumbing Woking

Welcome to Emergency Plumber Woking – call 01483 339537 or 07971 294777

We are Cross Services emergency plumber Woking, a reputable plumbing and Heating company. We operate throughout Surrey, Woking and  Horsell offering our customers an excellent service.

Emergency Plumber Woking

Dave emergency plumber from Woking

Our teams pride ourselves on providing the best possible urgent plumbing service to Woking, Horsell and Knaphill, a leading plumbing and heating services that are very skilled and reliable plumbers. Providing a top quality service and solutions in repairing, maintaining and installing boilers, radiators servicing and all aspects of urgent plumbing work is something we carry out on a regular basis throughout Woking, Horsell and Knaphill.

We will attend to your call swiftly in an emergency situation – we are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week – and can send our professional plumber to carry out a wide range of services too. Our unique services is entirely cost effective and our plumbing teams in Horsell and Knaphill have worked in our industry for many years.

For quality plumbing urgency and affordable repairs for your property in Woking, contact Cross Services. We are a leading plumbing firm that provides a range of plumbing and repairs services to homes and businesses in the local area. Our Knaphill services include emergency plumbing and home maintenance work to help you take care of your property.

Established over 25 years ago, Cross Services emergency Plumbers in Woking has gained a reputation for providing excellent customer care and superior workmanship. Before we start any work, we always undertake a full risk assessment to ensure the safety of your property.

Each urgent plumber is qualified and committed to providing a first-rate service to our customers.

Contact Cross Services emergency Plumbers Woking for help today. Speak to a qualified plumber on 01483 339537.

Our Plumbing Services in Woking:

Cross Services emergency Plumbers of Woking can provide a vast range of services to help keep your property in top condition. Here are some of the main services we provide:

Plumber Woking Air Locks in Radiators Woking:

If you find your radiators are not performing well or you find parts of the radiators are cooler than other areas, then it probably means you may have an air lock and your radiators will need bleeding. Bleeding radiators is a quick and easy job. An average house of 8 radiators can be bled with an an hour or so. If your radiators need bleeding give us a call and talk to our Woking plumber today.

Plumbers Surveys Woking:

We can provide plumbing surveys or reports for your property in Woking and Horsell. A plumbing report can help you avoid major plumbing issues. We’ll send out an experienced plumber who will assess your plumbing and give you a detailed plumbing report – so you can save cash on major repairs in the future. If you’re selling your property in Woking, a plumbing survey can help you get a fair price for your home. An independent plumbing survey can help you out when a potential buyer has brought along a surveyor. If you have a plumbing survey that’s been provided by a qualified plumber, it will help you to negotiate the right price.

Call Cross Services Woking and speak to a qualified plumber today on 01483 339537.

Emergency Plumber Woking:

We can provide a same day service to deal with urgent plumbing and repairs for your property in Woking. If you have burst water pipes or water damage, contact Cross Services Woking for a reliable plumber today. We’ll provide a fast response – simply call our emergency plumbers and see how we can help. Customers can benefit from an affordable service whether you need us in an emergency or not. We strive to achieve the very best possible results, diagnosing any issues and repairing or replacing where necessary. We are here 24 hours a day and a friendly expert plumber will be assigned to help you out.  So if you have a blocked drain, a water leak or a burst pipe – or if your boiler is failing to work as it should – then we invite you to call our experts today. We are Gas Safe registered and will provide you with certification when a plumber or heating engineer has worked on your system so that you can be sure your insurance company are happy!

Emergency Blocked Drains and Toilet:

If your water pipes are leaking, Cross Services leading Plumbers of Woking can help fast. We offer urgent drain maintenance work such as gutter repairs, gutter cleaning, replacement downpipes and drain blockage clearing. We also supply and fit new gutters. Call Cross Services for a plumber today. In the event that your toilet or drains are blocked Get in touch with our emergency plumber, we’ll take care of all your blocked toilet and drains, fast.  If your toilet or drains are blocked and backing up, this can be most inconvenient especially if you have guest or friends over, let us sort it fast, our emergency team is on hand 7 days a week.

Our Woking team have worked hard over the past 25 years to ensure that they give our customers the best possible service. When you have a blocked drain in Horsell it can cause real issues and when ignored the damage that blocked rains can cause is limitless. If its urgent, all an expert plumber out and we will assign a qualified expert who will make your property safe by identifying the problem at its source and repairing parts and unblocking pipes.

Urgent and Responsive

We aim to respond within 2 hour, sometimes quicker. We offer 7 days a week 24 hours Emergency plumbing and heating service, and we’ll call you an hour before arriving, minimising interruptions in your day. We deal with all urgent enquiries first.

We are respectful of your property and always ensure your home or work place is left clean and tidy before we leave, our plumbers are methodical, clean and tidy at all times.

RELIABLE Plumber Knaphill:
Our professional plumbers and heating engineers make sure your problem is fixed fast, on urgent works we have a first come first serve system. 

Fast and reliable Plumber Woking:

We know that our Woking customers have taken advantage of a perfectly affordable service whether in an emergency or for scheduled maintenance and servicing. Whether you have a plumbing system that is currently in need of repair or you have an issue with your boiler or heating system, we will assign an expert plumber or heating engineer to attend. With over 25 years of experience and a huge database of happy customers in the Woking area, we are perfectly placed to attend to your call promptly. Whether you need an emergency plumber or wish to plan a convenient time at which we can attend to a plumber survey or service your boiler we will be there.

Areas We cover:
Woking, Yateley, Camberley, Crowthorne, Fleet, Odiham, Milford, Godalming. Farnham, Guildford, Ash, Elstead, Chobham. Witley, Hindhead, Alton, Aldershot, Frimley, Windlesham, Sandhurst, Farnborough, Normandy, Bagshot. Hartley Wintney, Ash Vale, Woking, Tongham, Horsell, Brookwood, Chobham, Windlesham, West End, Bagshot, Emergency.

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18 thoughts on “Plumbing Woking

  • November 25, 2015 at 2:19 pm

    Hi We are buying a house in woking, we are new to the area. The last emergency plumber we used at our old house was very expensive and he never fixed the problem, we had to call another plumber who fixed the first plumbers work so we felt we had paid twice for the same work. The survey has prompted us to get the plumbin and boiler checked out. Can you advise the best way to find a reputable plumber in Woking.

    Thank you

    • March 1, 2016 at 8:54 pm

      How to Hire a Good Plumber

      So you’ve shelled out good money paying for an emergency plumber, only to find that they’ve not done the job correctly and you’re faced with more plumbing problems and even bigger bills. When choosing a plumber, follow our tips to ensure that this scenario doesn’t happen again.

      You need a qualified plumber in Woking who will take care of an emergency plumbing repair correctly and professionally. There are two things to bear in mind when you’re hiring a Woking plumber.

      Firstly, a good plumber will guarantee his work. A reputable, professional tradesman will be happy to return for free and repair any problems with his work should you find them. Find out if they will guarantee their work before you contract a plumber. The good ones will always be happy to do this. It’s your safety net and will protect you if something did go wrong, leaving you with extra repair costs.

      The second thing you should look for is references. A good quality, reputable plumber will be happy to supply you with references from past clients. If he isn’t, then it’s best to steer clear. A professional plumber will have many satisfied customers he can call on to provide references for his work.

      Never pick a plumber based solely on the price he quotes. If you hire a plumber whose prices are too good to be true, you may well end up with materials that are low quality or an inexperienced and unqualified plumber. If you do choose a plumber because it’s the cheapest price you can find, then you may end up spending more money on emergency repair work than you would have done if you had paid that little bit extra in the first place.

      If you’re quoted a cheap price for plumbing, make sure you know exactly what you’re getting for the service. You could end up paying more on ‘hidden costs’ that the plumber forgot to tell you about.

      Ask lots of questions! A good plumber will be happy to answer you. He will want your custom and will go out of his way to make sure you consider him to be suitable for the job.
      Don’t end up with a nightmare scenario when you’re choosing a plumber. Follow these steps to ensure that you hire a reputable, professional plumber.

      1. Get references
      2. Make sure the work is guaranteed
      3. Shop around for a price that reflects quality
      4. Ask questions

      Or Contact Gordon and Andrew plumbing and Heating work on 0800 626430.

  • February 13, 2016 at 12:26 pm

    My kitchen sink keeps blocking up. I’m sure it’s a problem with the U bend. Some days are worse than other days but it always blocks up again. Any thoughts on curing this problem

    • March 1, 2016 at 7:18 pm

      Tips on How to Unblocking Your Sink

      If there’s a blockage in your sink, try our simple techniques for unblocking a sink before you call out a trained plumber.

      The best thing is preventative action to help keep your sink and plugholes free from debris in the first place. If you haven’t already, purchase a drain cover. These are cheap to buy but very handy in the home. You can get them from most DIY stores or your local plumbers merchants. These will keep large objects from blocking your sink, but hair, grease and other substances can still cause blocks nevertheless.

      When there’s something blocking water from flowing freely down the sink, you’ll know immediately. Water should flow easily in a spiralling motion but if there’s a problem it can be slow to drain or even leave standing water in the bottom of the sink or bath.

      The first port of call when you’re unblocking your sink is to check the U-bend. Because of its shape, debris can easily get wedged or lodged in this pipe. If there is a blockage here, you can try shifting it with a natural solution of half a cup of bicarbonate of soda, one cup of white vinegar and four litres of boiling water. If you don’t have these ingredients, you can simply flush the pipe through with boiling water and washing-up liquid to see if this works. If this does work, then there are lots of shop-bought sink clearing solutions you can buy that should shift the blockage.

      If it’s a large blockage, you can try using a plunger. If you don’t have one of these, you can actually use your hand as a plunger by cupping it over the plughole and pumping it up and down a few times to see if anything comes out – although it’s not as effective as a proper plunger.

      If you’ve tried these things and it’s still not working, you’ll have to dismantle the U-bend. You should place a bucket below so that you don’t flood your kitchen floor with water. Protect the nuts of the U-bend with masking tape and then unscrew using a multi-grip. Dismantle it, and pour the debris from the U-bend into the bucket. If the blockage is still difficult to shift, try using a coat-hanger to dislodge it.

      Finally if you still can’t remove the blockage from your sink, use a drain auger. This is also called a plumber’s snake due to the way it can snake down the drain to remove blockages. If you don’t want to go to the expense of purchasing one, you can hire them from a tool hire shop.

      For serious blocked sinks, call a trained plumber. They have the tools and expertise to clear all types of blockages and make sure that your pipes are in good working order.

      Contact G&A Plumbing for professional help today. We are a team of trained plumbers who provide solutions to blocked pipes, burst water pipes, leaks and other issues. Contact us for an emergency plumber or a reliable local plumber today on Woking

  • February 16, 2016 at 10:44 am

    HI G&A Plumbing,
    Not sure if this is the right place to ask…have you got any tips on how to prevent freezing pipes, its going to be frosty tomorrow ?

  • February 16, 2016 at 10:46 am

    Hi Bev, Hope this helps .

    Protection against frost and Freezing
    As water freezes up it will turn into ice, freezing water will expand. The expansion in pipes could causes the pipes to split and fractures, this expansion can split pipes and joints can be pushed apart, and when the ice melts the results can cause flooding.

    Dealing with frozen Pipes in an emergency

    There are few steps you can take. First, try to thaw out frozen pipes so that water can freely flow through the pipes again. Secondly, you must anticipate the danger of a split pipe. Gentle apply heat to the coldest part of the pipe and thaw out the ice leaving the tap open so to let out the melted water, when water starts to flow through the pipes again, you are getting there. In applying heat, try to do it safely, a blow lamp should not be used, its best to use a hair dryer or fan heater

    Hope this helped or you could phone our local Woking plumber

  • February 22, 2016 at 2:22 pm

    We Have a blocked drain, your advice on how to deal with this would be much appreciated
    thanks you

  • February 22, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    Clearing a Blocked Drain and Gulley

    Drain blockages are indicated by overflowing gulleys, water leaks from around inspection chambers, and WC pans that are either obviously blocked or fill higher than usual before the water level slowly drops back to normal. It is easy to clear a blocked gulley with your hand, but the best method to clear it is use the type of vacuum cleaner suitable for wet or dry cleaning, so that the bits of debris are not pushed further along the drainage system.

    Unblocking a gulley

    1. Lift the cover grip to give access to the trap. Break up any sediment with a stick or trowel and remove it by hand.
    2. Once all the debris has been cleared, flush the gulley clean. Use a small hosepipe and squirt water down the drain under pressure.

  • February 22, 2016 at 2:54 pm

    Whats the most common courses of leaking pipes Thanks Dave

  • February 22, 2016 at 4:27 pm

    Common Causes of Leaky Pipes

    The most common cause of leaky pipes is frost damage. This can have the effect of pushing fittings apart or of causing a split in the pipes themselves. Metal pipes also leak because they become corroded.

    Push fit joints that have separated can be simply pushed together. For compression fittings that are parted by frost, slacken the cap nut, push the pipe back into place and re-tighten the cap not. If the problem is in the pipe itself, cut out the affected section and insert a new length, using straight connectors at each end. Plastic pipe is ideal for this.

  • February 22, 2016 at 4:48 pm

    Hi, Can any one explain how to get air out of a radiator and bleed them
    Dave from Horsell

  • February 25, 2016 at 6:29 pm

    Air Locks in Radiators and How to Bleed Them:
    A common problem with Central heating radiators is sometimes they do not heat up as they should. often the top of the radiator will be cool while the rest of it is warm. Air locks is probably the cause. If this often happens it is a good idea to fit an air eliminator which works automatically, but the occasional air lock can be cleared quite simply.

    A hollow key with a square-shaped end is usually required. This is inserted into the radiator when the water is warm and tuned anti-clockwise to open the vent valve. Some water may escape, so hold a container under-neath.

    When air stops coming out of the radiator and water begins to flow, tighten up the valve again. you may have to repeat this processes before a cure is affected. The air eliminator has a valve containing a gland which is porous. This permits the air but not the water to escape.

  • February 27, 2016 at 1:02 pm

    Whats the cheapest and easiest way to unblock a toilet in an emergence without calling out plumber.

    • February 28, 2016 at 2:10 pm

      How to unblock a Toilet and Save Money on Plumbers Call-outs
      Spending a few pounds on a drain rod and 150 mm rubber plunger to screw on its head could easily save you £100s in plumbers call out charges. When someone’s toilet is blocked the natural instinct is to panic and call an emergency plumber, wishing the problem would go away as quickly as possible. When you flush the toilet the bowel quickly fills with foul smelling water which just sits there. It may slowly drain away but the blockage remains, and after the next flush the water will back-up and fill the bowel again.

      If you call-out a plumber he will probably fix the problem within minutes of arriving, leaving you happy to pay the plumber for whatever he ask for. But there is no magic, it’s a case of the plumber simply using his plunger to create the pressure needed to dislodge the blockage.

      1: Obtain a drainage rod or chimneys sweeps rod that has a thread on one end. Onto this, screw a 150mm drain plunger obtainable from Wicks, B&Q or your local plumbers merchants.

      2: Ensure that some water, however disgusting, is in the toilet bowl, or flush the toilet so that it fills up again.

      3:Push the rubber plunger back and forth down inside the toilet pan back towards the trap.

      With a bit of luck, your toilet should be unblocked, if the problem still exists after this process you may need to call a professional plumber

  • March 2, 2016 at 9:40 am

    Would you recommend the house holder do DIY plumbing or is this best left for the professional plumber.

    • March 3, 2016 at 7:16 am

      Things to Plan Before You Start Plumbing

      With a little planning you can go a long way to ensuring that when you undertake plumbing work you won’t end up with more mess than when you started, needing to call out aa emergency professional plumber to fix the problems you’ve caused.

      You’ll need to figure out exactly what you’re doing before you start any project, big or small on your plumbing system.

      For instance, when you’re installing a new bathroom or replacing your bath, plan ahead – think about whether your existing water heater is adequate to cope with any new installations. If it isn’t you may end up taking a cold shower when you least expect it. If you’re on a sceptic tank system, make sure that it can cope with the extra load, otherwise you may have to replace the tank altogether. Calculate whether your current water supply is sufficient to provide enough water for your needs too. If you’re unsure how to do this, contact a trained plumber for advice.

      Make sure that your plumbing has enough space by planning out where you’re going to install the new toilet, sink and shower. Lay everything out properly beforehand to ensure that the plumbing has enough clearance, otherwise you could come up short.

      If you’re updating your property with a laundry room, you’ll need to plan carefully to ensure an adequate flow of hot and cold water to meet your demands. This can be a major plumbing job, particularly when installing floor drains so before you start, think through what you need to do. If you’re not sure that your DIY skills are up to it, contact our Woking plumber for advice.

      When you’re renovating your kitchen, maybe putting in that dishwasher you’ve saved for, or you’re installing a new sink, you’ll need to work out if the existing plumbing will work. It will make things much easier if the plumbing is already installed and you locate your new dishwasher or washing machine in the same spot as they’ve been in the past. Running your new pipes in the same space as your old plumbing will save you time and the cavities are already designed to accommodate your plumbing. If you’re going to use old pipes, make sure they’re in good condition otherwise you’ll end up having to replace them at a later date anyway, making more trouble than is necessary.

  • March 2, 2016 at 3:17 pm

    Emergency plumbers call-out fees and standard hourly rates vary considerably. When is it time to call an emergency plumber and what would you consider an emergency?

    • March 4, 2016 at 12:43 pm

      When you Might Need an Emergency Plumber?

      Before you call out an emergency plumber, there may be a way to limit the damage or keep the problem contained until you can call a plumber during regular hours. Knowing how to recognise a serious problem with your plumbing could save you from calling out an emergency plumber unnecessarily. The key is to stay calm and be prepared for any eventuality.

      Plumbing emergencies can be anything from a burst water pipe to an overflowing toilet tank or flooding from a problem with your washing machine. For leaks and flooding, the first step is to locate the water stop valve quickly and stop the flow of water, limiting the damage. If you can isolate the problem to your toilet tank or kitchen sink, you may only have to shut off the nearest water valve – each unit will be fitted with its own stop cock. You should locate the main water valve before an emergency happens and read up on our guide to what to do in a plumbing emergency so that you know exactly what to do when the time comes.

      It’s always good to get to know the layout of your plumbing for emergency situations. Regular maintenance of the plumbing system in your property can help prevent emergencies from cropping up and will allow you to familiarise yourself with the location of water mains switches and stop valves.

      Saving this valuable time will help stop the panic from setting in and could also prevent further damage. If you remain calm, you may be able to save money on an emergency plumber. If you’re not sure what to do, a professional plumber will be able to help but it may come at a price if you haven’t had time to find the best plumber at a reasonable price.

      It is particularly important to stop the flow of water if the water damage has started to set into the walls or foundations of the building or if there’s any possibility that water could come into contact with electrical appliances. Contact a plumber immediately if you’re in any doubt and they’ll talk you through what to do next. If you’re worried about the electricity, you should also turn off the main electrical switch and call a qualified electrician.

      Once you have made the property safe, you can then start to think about fixing the problem. Start clearing the water from your home so that you can assess the damage properly. Ensure a flow of air by opening windows if possible, or use a dehumidifier if you can to help dry out the walls and furniture.


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