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What to do if I detect a water leak?
I need repairs to the main water supply – what steps do I need to make?
Repairing your water services is something that is best done by a professional. At Brays Pipelines, we have the experience and expertise to quickly and effectively repair your water services, regardless of the type of pipe involved. We understand that a broken water pipe can be a major inconvenience, so we offer a fast and efficient service to get your water supply back up and running as quickly as possible.
We also offer free quotes so that you can be sure you are getting the best possible price for the repair of your water services. Contact us today to learn more about our ‘repairing your water services’ or schedule a free quote.
My mains water supply needs renewing – what’s involved?
Renewing your mains water supply can be a big job, but at Brays pipelines we use the latest in leak detection technologies and processes to make sure it’s done quickly and efficiently. We’ll work with you to determine the best course of action for your property, and make sure that your new water supply is up and running with minimal disruption.
Whether you need to bypass an old, leaking pipe or simply stop drinking from an old, toxic lead pipe, we can help you get the fresh, clean water you need. Contact us today to learn more about our renewal process and how we can help you get the best possible water supply for your home or business.
My boiler needs repair and servicing – can you help?
At Brays pipelines, we understand how important it is to have a functional boiler and heating system. That’s why our team of GasSafe engineers are here to help you get back up and running in no time at all.
We specialise in a fast and friendly service for maintaining or repairing your central heating and boiler systems. Whether you need a one-off repair or an annual service, we’re here to help. We understand that a broken boiler can be a stressful experience, so we’ll do everything we can to get you back up and running as quickly as possible. Contact us today to find out more about our services.
Lead water pipes replacement cost
If you’re considering replacing any lead pipes inside your home, it might be an idea to speak to your local council to see if they have any grants available. We are working with Severn Trent on their green recovery scheme to upgrade existing water supply pipes in over 25,000 homes in Coventry (CV1 – CV6 postcode area). We can replace your old supply pipe with a new, industry-standard 25mm plastic pipe. Register your interest here: https://brayspipelines.info/green-project/
Who is responsible for replacing old lead water pipes?
It’s the responsibility of the homeowner to replace lead pipes within the boundary of the property. While it is not a legal requirement to replace them, over time lead from these old style pipes can get into your drinking water and potentially damage your health.
Can you sell a house with lead pipes in the UK?
The use of lead in plumbing has been banned for over 25 years in the UK. But, if a house was built before 1970, it might still have lead pipework, either internally or externally. Most modern plumbing pipework is made from copper, PVC, or polyethylene.
Any older property needing renovation is likely to have lead paint and/or lead in the plumbing system. It is important to pay attention to the possible presence of lead when purchasing an investment property.
Is it worth changing lead water pipe?
While it is not a legal requirement to replace them, over time lead from these old-style pipes can get into your drinking water and potentially damage your health.
What are signs of lead in water?
You cannot see, taste, or smell lead in drinking water. The best way to know your risk of exposure to lead in drinking water is to identify the potential sources of lead in your service line and household plumbing.
Should I worry about lead pipes?
The Department of Health recommends you should try to reduce lead levels even further – particularly if you have young children.
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