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Hot Water Tanks
Hot water cylinder Replacement and installation in County Limerick starting next day from placing your call on 0833344088
Have you got a ticking time bomb in your home!!!
Boilers are an important part of every household that requires regular maintenance. Our registered gas installers (RGIs) can point out faults in your boiler and conduct annual check-ups.
Our standard service includes:
- Cleaning parts
- Checking the main components
- Checking gas pressure
- Checking for corrosion and leaks
- Flue gas test for checking emissions
Why is my Hot Water Cylinder not Heating!!!
There are a number of other problems that can go wrong with your cylinder.
- Your tank is not heating water because the immersion has failed or the coil from the heating is blocked or valved off.
- Heating water very slowly due to the heating coil becoming blocked or the immersion may be covered in limescale
- You don’t have enough hot water for you and your family’s needs? Not to worry, you have come to the right place. Take advantage of your free quote now.
Our qualified and fully insured plumbers at 24 Hour Plumber Limerick can advise on the most suitable cylinder for your home. We also repair and replace hot water immersion heaters for apartments and houses all around county Limerick.
Below is a list of common hot water Cylinders:
- Direct Copper Hot Water Cylinder
- Indirect copper Hot Water Cylinder
- Direct Stainless Steel Hot Water Cylinder
- Indirect Stainless Steel Hot Water Cylinder
- Solar Hot Water Cylinders
- Terminal Hot Water Store
24 Hour Plumber is a fully registered and insured plumbing and heating business owned and managed by Trevor Stronge. Business Reg No: 653517 Vat Reg No: 7830817R
Yes, we always give a quote for every customer based on their individual circumstances and hot water needs.
It usually takes between half a day to a full day depending on the complexity of your plumbing and heating system.
If your home has a cold water tank in your attic and is gravity fed you will need an open vented hot water cylinder. Alternatively, a vented cylinder is used where the water supply is coming directly from the mains and is heated by either a boiler, heat pump, or solar panel.
An unvented cylinder is suitable for a home where space is limited as it does not require a cold water tank.
A family of 4 depending on the size of house and needs of the family would typically need somewhere between 120 – 150 litres of hot water daily.
24 Hour Plumber will always find a solution to your home’s hot water needs. We will advise what size cylinder your home needs based on the size of your house and the number of people living in your home. If you install a hot water cylinder that is too large for your home you may end up heating too much unwanted hot water that will lead to inefficiency and larger heating bills.
Many hot water cylinders now have the capacity to connect to Solar PV panels which is much more energy efficient and cost effective. All modern hot water cylinders have become much more energy saving due to better insulation, rapid reheat time and mostly come in stainless steel which retains heat for longer.
Our plumbers regularly install hot water cylinders in apartments. We usually install a combi hot water cylinder which is a vented copper hot water tank with hot water storage at the bottom and cold water storage at the top. They are usually 6-7 feet in height.
24 Hour Plumber gives all our customers a full warranty upon installation of a hot water cylinder. ( t&c’s apply )
A hot water cylinder usually lasts anywhere from 8 to 12 years, or even up to 15 years if well maintained. However this can vary depending on factors such as whether you live in an area with hard water and how well your heating system is maintained. Hard water areas can reduce your hot water cylinders’ lifespan and performance. They also require yearly maintenance as per the manufacturer’s instructions.
The first and most obvious sign your hot water cylinder needs replacing is if there is a leak present. This is usually due to a crack in the tank or corrosion present in a copper cylinder.
No hot water present when you expect means there is a problem present such as a fault in the coil or the immersion depending on what type of cylinder you have.
Most showers typically use about 12 to 15 litres of water every minute which adds up to approximately 120 to 150 litres of water for 10 minutes in the shower.