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Country: United Kingdom
Region: Surrey
Interests: Boilers, Land Rovers, Music, drama
Occupation: Company Director
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Website URL: http://www.hotwatercentralheating.co.uk
Phone: 0845 6442525
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plumbamateur - 3:38 PM on Mar. 26, 2012  reply | message
Simon, i've read your posts re accumulators on the forum, mind it I fire a question at you?
Cheers, David
bonesetter - 6:21 PM on Feb. 28, 2012  reply | message
Will the VR10 fit into the megaflo dry pocket with the existing two capiliariesin palce as well?
Mike
bonesetter - 6:18 PM on Feb. 28, 2012  reply | message
Hi, I'm thinking of fitting a VR10 into a megaflo but Megaflo tell me I must leave the overheat and adjustable stats in place and wired in to trip the HW 2 port. is there enough room in the dry pocket to add the VR10 to the correct depth?
Mike
Agile - 2:06 AM on Jan. 12, 2012  reply | message
I wanted to ask you about something but could not find your mobile number. Mine is 07956 440480 Tony
lawrance - 11:41 AM on Jan. 7, 2011  reply | message
Hi,
I up until recently lived in Crystal Palace renting, but I have managed to get on the property ladder and now live in New Addington, Croydon.
I have tried employing people in the past but have found its not for me.
I do gas boiler replacements, conversions depending how large they are, fault finding, and most of the small work like plumbing jobs, gas certs, etc.
www.ajplumbingandheating.com
My van is not sign written anymore as I found it seems to attract the type of cutomers I am not looking for.
I did enquire a while ago if you were looking to employ anyone as I have a friend named Daniel who works for Elite Heating Services in CR0, been there for about 6 years. We served our C&G together at Croydon College. He is a purely installation guy but his work is to a high standard. Speaking of which he is now talking of the possibility of going it alone this year.
ps, my middle name is Lawrance
lawrance - 8:34 PM on Jan. 6, 2011  reply | message
Hi, I passed your details onto a chap in Kenley who is looking to upgrade to a megaflo and system boiler.
Have actually passed your details on a few times in the past as I work alone so I dont take on large jobs.
davidok - 5:17 PM on Sep. 22, 2010  reply | message
Hi Simon,
First time user and dont know how site works. I've e-mailed you a question directly.
Should I start a thread ? Thanking you in advance.
Sorry didnt thank you in the e-mail
lawrance - 9:02 AM on Apr. 12, 2010  reply | message
Hi, do you have any installer vacancies as I have a friend who is looking to move on from his current employer. His work is to a high standard. He lives in the Croydon area. He has had his acs for about 6 years.
mickyg - 9:16 PM on Aug. 23, 2009  reply | message
Hi simon, just thought i'd let you know that the gas safe register doesn't show you with any gas qualifications. might be worth having a word to sort it out .......and yes... I'm a nosey little fucker ;)
gas4you - 5:31 PM on May. 2, 2008  reply | message
Hi Simon

Just tried to message you but can't.

You probably know this by nw, but the problem with the F91 on the 937 is the non-return valve on the shift load pump. The whole lot needs changing. Bit of a bas***d to do I'm told.

Regards
 
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