Plymouth Plumbers

When you are faced with a burst pipe within your home, the problem can soon escalate. Our trained and experienced Plymouth Plumbers are on hand. Call My Plumber Tel: 01752 905007

Whether you need our team to replace a burst pipe, or are looking to have a whole new bathroom or kitchen installed, we can guarantee that you’ll receive a top-quality, unbeatable plumbing service from our team. All of our Plymouth plumbers are fully trained, so you can expect a professional approach and workmanship of the highest quality.

Bathrooms ~ Kitchens ~ Utilities ~ Heating

Burst Pipes. Leaking & Dripping Taps. Tap Replacements. Bathrooms. Drainage. Showers

Baths. Traps. Wobbly Toilets. Toilet Seats. Bad Smells. Dripping Overflows. Ball Valves. Toilets 

Heating Problems. New Installs. Noisy Systems. Gargling Sinks. Leak Detection. Blockages

From leaky taps to burst pipes, to full bathroom installation. we specialize in small plumbing jobs. We’ll give you a fair price and high-quality service, on time and on budget. Call My Plumber Tel: 01752 905007

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My Plumber Plymouth

Our reputation and business has grown almost completely by word of mouth and we pride ourselves on being quick, tidy, reliable and highly competitive.

My Plumber Plymouth assists with sound advice, good ideas, and a positive and professional attitude.

We are renowned for consistently going the extra mile to keep my clients happy. So why wait, phone Today. 

Expert Plymouth Plumbers

Boiler Replacement Plymouth

Get an instant quote and find out how much you could save on a New Boiler Installation Plymouth

That’s the last thing you need. The dreaded error message has started flashing on your boiler. Now there’s no hot water and no heating – and who knows how long until you can get the boiler fixed?
Allow us to help. At My Plumber Plymouth, we promise to get you a new replacement boiler on the wall and firing on all cylinders in as little as 24 hours. New Boiler Installation Plymouth we also supply and install boilers at incredibly low prices – with installation by My Plumber Plymouth elite installers.

New Boiler Installation Plymouth
New Boiler Installation Plymouth

My Plumber Plymouth has been installing boilers for years. It’s what we do. And when you’re good at doing something you enjoy doing it. That’s why we’ll install your boiler with a smile – that’s what you call customer service!
Our domestic and commercial boiler replacement team are approved installers for leading brands Worcester Bosch and Vaillant. We’re also expert installers for Ideal, Baxi, Glow-worm, Grant, and more.
We understand a new boiler can be an unexpected expense. This is why we provide boiler quotes to suit every budget. We also offer the latest equipment and upgrades as optional extras, so you can choose a no-frills deal if preferred.

Boiler Replacement Benefits

Why does it make sense to have a boiler replacement?

There are three main cost savings you’re going to see the minute you switch on your new boiler:

  • No more expensive repair bills
  • Huge savings on electricity and gas
  • A more efficient way to heat your home

Need a free quote call My Plymouth Plymouth Today

10 Plumbing Tips You Need To Know

10 Plumbing Tips You Need To Know

  1. Know the location of your shut off valve.
  2. Don’t puncture pipes during DIY.
  3. Learn what is Flushable
  4. Have a Plunger
  5. Have a wet n dry vacuum
  6. Don’t ignore leaks
  7. Don’t overtighten fittings
  8. Try a bit of Plumbers tape
  9. Always check for Leaks
  10. Know a good Plumber
Plumbing Tips My Plumber Plymouth

Locate your home’s water shut-off valve. 

Before moving into a new home, note the location of the main shut-off valve and drain (in some cases, the shut-off valve will be located outside the house

Don’t puncture pipes during DIY

Are you planning to drill holes or pound nails into your walls, floors, or ceiling? First, determine if there are any supply or drainage pipes behind your work area since you don’t want to accidentally puncture them.

Learn whats flushable

since flushing, anything except toilet paper leads to nasty clogs, leading some help from the plumber

Invest in a good plunger

Invest in a high-quality plunger to help clear toilets, sinks, and drains. If you’re planning to clean sink traps, use a plunger to push most of the water out before removing the trap. pick up at local plumbing supplies

Have a wet n dry vacuum

When you’re trying to dislodge a clog caused by a small, hard object (like a child’s toy, toothbrush, or comb), rely on a wet-dry vacuum. It’s more effective to suck the object out. A plunger will only push it deeper into the drain, making it more difficult to remove.

Don’t ignore Leaks

That steady drip, drip, drip of a fixture symbolizes money going down the drain. A leaky faucet typically wastes up to eight gallons of water per day, while a running toilet can waste 200 gallons per day

Don’t overtighten fittings

A common DIY plumbing mistake is over-tightening fittings and connections, which leads to broken bolts and stripped screws. Remember this adage: “hand-tight is just right.”

Try a bit of Plumbers Tape

Pick up a bit of Plumber tape, Plumber’s tape (also called Teflon tape) is used to seal pipe threads to prevent leaks around joints and fittings. You should typically wrap the plumber’s tape three times around the pipe threads before sealing. Also, note that white tape is designed for common household plumbing projects

Always check for Leaks
After every plumbing project, check for leaks by running water through the system, then opening and closing all valves and drains.

Know a good Local Plumber

Keep the number handy of a Local Plumber
The tips above are guides for those small simple jobs that might help. But some jobs are best left to the professional plumber as they will have the tools, experience to fittings to do the job properly.

Plymouth Plumber Tips
Plumber Tips

Cutting copper pipe

The important thing to remember before cutting pipes is to plan. Have you considered ensuring that earth bonding continuity will not be broken? Is the water disconnected? Where are the pipes to be positioned? Do I have all the equipment and materials to finish the job? Is there anywhere I can get extra material from should the need arise?


Measuring the pipe

Copper is a relatively soft material which can easily be cut with a hacksaw.

When measuring the position of a cut, make sure you allow enough for the pipe to sit fully into the joint. If you look inside fittings, you will generally see a slight ring where the inserted pipe will butt up to. If you’re not sure, try pushing a piece of pipe into a fitting until it is fully home, then mark the pipe with a pencil at the end of the fitting. When you withdraw the pipe you can measure the extra length from the mark to the end of the pipe.

Marking and cutting the pipe square

Mark the pipe where it needs to be cut. It is important to cut it square. Since hacksaws tend to wander, the best answer is to use a paper guide. Take a piece of paper with a straight edge and wrap it round the pipe at the mark. By wrapping it around on itself, it should automatically form a straight guide which is square to the pipe. Hold it in place and make your cut alongside it.

Cutting copper with a pipe cutter

Better still, use a pipe cutter. This consists of a cutting wheel in an adjustable grip with rollers mounted opposite. The cutter can be unwound to fit over the pipe then screwed back up so that the wheel sits against the mark. The tool can then be revolved around the pipe, tightening it after each turn. As the tool is tightened and revolved, the wheel cuts through the pipe at right angles.

Once the cut has been made, clean off any burrs (pieces sticking out) with a small file or emery paper.

Call a Professional Plumber

If your not sure about any home plumbing then leave it to our professional Plymouth Plumbing team at My Plumber Plymouth.

Q. How can I avoid low water pressure affecting a shower installation?

Common causes of inadequate water pressure include low mains water pressure and showers piped onto gravity systems or connected to combination boilers. Where lack of pressure is an issue, an orange mechanical indicator light may illuminate to highlight this.


Step one: When the shower is switched on, the indicator should change and the orange light should go off. If this doesn’t happen, there may be a fault with the mains water supply.

Step two: Remove the shower head and block the water flow from the hose with a thumb or finger on cold power setting. If this gradually gets the indicator to lift then it’s the low pressure that’s the issue, and the mains supply is most likely operating correctly.

Step three: If the mechanical indicator is lifting then there is still a bit pressure there. However, it may not be enough to provide maximum flow to the shower. This could be due to having poor water pressure, or signpost that an inlying valve is only partially open. It may also suggest that you need to make sure the stop tap at the point of water coming into the property is fully open too, so there are no blockages or restrictions at all.

If this appears to be the issue, having ensured all valves are fully open the indicator should lift easily and overcome the safety interlocks. Heat should then be provided by the shower’s internal element and the shower can be used accordingly.

Step four: If the mechanical indicator doesn’t rise, then this would suggest the shower has been fitted on a gravity system or it could be joined to a combined heat system. If the showerhead is producing nothing but hot water, even on the cold setting, this clearly indicates this is the case. The easiest way to check is to feel the incoming connection pipe. If that’s hot, then you’re supplying the shower with hot water, which needs further investigation.

Still having plumbing troubles call My Plumber Plymouth

Plumbing Plymouth – How to

Our expert plumbers have kindly agreed to share their wisdom on such topics as water tanks, dealing with a leak, copper piping, and pipe sizing, dishwashers, toilet and washing machine installations, soil pipes, shower advice, dripping taps, and much more.

Question. my boiler keeps losing pressure and needs filling from the loop every day, even though there are no sign of leaks under the floors or from the boiler overflow outlet

Answer. If you have no signs of a leak and you’re losing pressure, your pressure relief valve is probably letting by, this is a safety valve which allows water to escape outside safely if the central heating pressure becomes too high, it will normally be a 15mm copper pipe going through the wall outside it will just be kicked back on itself. if you know where this is or can trace the pipe to outside if the wall is wet or has an orange-like stain or you can see it dripping that is most probably you’re the problem, all so when you refill the system you should vent the radiators just in case there any air in the system.
hope this is of some help,

Plumber Plymouth

Blocked Kitchen Bathroom Sink

Blocked drains I’m sure I’m not the only one to experience the inconvenience of clogged drains. Clogged kitchen sinks are among the most common drainage issues to plague homeowners, largely because food debris and soap residue are nightmares for smooth draining.
Thankfully, my plumber, Plymouth is here to help, one call to us 01752905007 and we will be there to unblock, unclog your nightmare drain issue.

Blocked Clogged Sink Plymouth


Do you see the warning signs of slow draining sinks or the pooling of water around its area? Are there some unpleasant odors that you encounter as you walk into the bathroom? all these conditions can be leading to a single and potentially catastrophic plumbing problem – a clogged drain. So what can you do to unclog a bathroom sink? First things first, you may need to call a plumber, but before you do that, here are some tips you can try.

Boiling Water

Perhaps the simplest thing to do is to just boil water. Why will this work? The normal culprit of a clogged bathroom sink is hair, grime, and soap scum. Boiling water can work through all of these to restore the normal flow of your drains. The trick is to pour the boiling water in stages a couple of seconds apart. This will allow it to work its way through all the blockage.

If that doesn’t work then time to My Plumber Plymouth 01752905007

Toilet flush not working

Another happy customer Friday for My Plumber Plymouth, Customer had a toilet flush not working. 

Not being able to flush the toilet in the morning will not just ruin your day but probably your whole week. The sooner you deal with the issue, the better. If you don’t believe you can handle this job on your own, you can always hire a professional. Licensed plumbers like My Plumber Plymouth.


The low water level in the tank. This is one of the main reasons for a non-functional flush. Make sure that the water level is a minimum of 3 centimeters beneath the overflow tube of the tank. Check how low the water level is and if the valve is off, please turn it on. Flush the toilet once the water level is optimum.

Lift the chain, if there is one. Check it for excessive stretch. If there is, the flapper will not rise and won’t gather sufficient water in the bowl. Thus, there will not be a full flush. To fix this, remove the chain and re-hook it to the hole that is located near the flush lever.

Wared or bent flapper. Inspect the rubber flapper – the part intended to control the flush mechanism. If no water pours into the bowl after pushing the handle, it’s because the flapper is not rightly seated. Simply re-seat the flapper and the tank should fill up. If the flapper is in bad condition, replace it. Turn off the tank while changing to a new one and flush again to check whether it’s working.

Cleaning to unclog. Simple cleaning is also important if the flushing mechanism has stopped. You can use drain cleaner or muriatic acid, let it settle for a few minutes, use a brush, and pour a gallon of hot water. If the water goes down, it means the flush is working again.

Need our help then please call us or text numbers below. 

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General Plumbing Plymouth

General plumbing

Whether it’s a slight dripping leak or a burst pipe, blocked sink, or any other plumbing problems, General Plumbing Plymouth My Plumber Plymouth can help. We’ll be with you as soon as possible, rectifying your problems.

Rely on our plumbers for:

  • Plumbing repairs
  • Burst and leaking pipes
  • Overflows
  • Installation of tanks and cylinders
  • Plumbing work for boilers

Skilled bathroom fitters in Plymouth

Do you want to renovate your bathroom or convert your bath into a shower enclosure? The team at My Plumbing Services Ltd specializes in bespoke bathroom installations and conversions. Call us to discuss your requirements.

Bathroom Fitters Plymouth

Give your bathroom a makeover to reflect your lifestyle in a way that fits you best with the help of professional bathroom fitters in Plymouth. We have the skill, equipment, and materials to bring any bathroom remodeling project to a stunning finish while we stay within your budget, fit in your schedule, and offer you peace of mind with insured workmanship and guaranteed work. We’ve been delivering excellent results around all postcode areas of Plymouth to make customers happy, as you can see in the gallery below.

Bathroom Fitters Plymouth

All Aspects of Bathroom Refurbishment in Plymouth Covered

Whatever the inspiration for your bathroom refurbishment in Chelseawe can help you with every step of its implementation to get the results you want. Give your place a rich look with bold statements or create a spa-like serenity to relax in. Our services are tailored to your needs and we make sure no detail is overlooked when making structural or cosmetic changes to your bathroom. Below, you can see a detailed list of all the work we can do.

  • Disconnecting and taking off existing bathroom furniture and accessories (toilet pan and cistern, bath tube, shower screen, shower enclosure, basin, vanity unit, taps, toilet holder, mirror, etc.)
  • Hacking off existing floor and wall tiles
  • Removing plaster or plasterboards from bathroom walls
  • Plumbing works and electrical works
  • Remedy works: remedy works on walls, replacing wall boards, remedy works on floor and lower levels
  • Replacing floor boards
  • Plastering and dry-lining walls
  • Applying self-levelling compound to wall and floor surfaces before new tiling
  • Tiling: laying floor tiles and wall tiles
  • Fitting new or existing bathroom furniture and accessories
  • Installing showers and shower fittings
  • Fitting bathroom furniture, cabinetry and vanities
  • Painting and decorating
  • Installing plumbing fixtures
  • Installing lighting features and fans

If you have a more specific requirement for your bathroom remodeling project, simply give us a call and we will provide the tailored solution to your situation. Below, you can read some of our previous customers’ feedback to see how we’ve turned their bathroom renovation projects into a success story.

Bathroom, Shower Fitting and More from Scratch

The materials needed for your bathroom refurbishment will vary in terms of the scale and budget of the project, but quality is never compromised. If you’re upscaling a powder room or need a new shower fittingyou might splurge on more expensive materials as the amount necessary will be less. And for larger bathrooms, there are plenty of solutions that will give a luxury feel on a budget. Upon request, we can supply all building materials such as

  • Timber
  • Sheet materials
  • Countertops
  • Wall boards
  • Plaster, tile adhesive, and tile grout
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Lighting fixtures
  • Accessories
  • Fixings

And, we can offer a variety of tiles, cabinets, vanities, and bathroom accessories at special rate as well!

We can also carry out the service with the materials of your choosing. If you’ve selected the tiles, cabinetry, vanities, and fixtures, we will bring along the equipment and tools to set everything into place.

Contact Us for Bathroom Fitting in Plymouth

Our bathroom services can be customised down to the minute details to meet the needs of:

  • Homeowners: a bathroom renovation will bring the change you need for a spruced up home.
  • Landlords: if you’re letting out your property for the first time, or you’re changing tenants, a modernized bathroom will boost the rental value.
  • Tenants: if you have long-term arrangements, personalize your rented property with a bathroom makeover.
  • Estate agents, business owners, and office managers can also benefit from our guaranteed work and insured services.

Call Lee Today 01752 905007