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Remloc Plumbing

Remloc Plumbing & Heating

We do it all because no job is too small

Welcome to Remloc Plumbing & Heating

Your local, family run, plumbing and heating firm

About Us

Remloc Plumbing & Heating Ltd is your traditional tradesman company in Abingdon, taking care of all your gas and water installations. We provide comprehensive advice, high-quality professional work and an extensive level of service which is monitored at all times – both during and after the completion of the project. And we’re there for you, in person, both during and outside of normal office hours.

We guarantee that all of our work is carried out without any hassle and with a positive impact on the environment!

We take great pride in the loyalty of our customers, which is what motivates our continuous development as a company. The most modern and up-to-date technologies and continuous professional staff training are all priorities for us as we support you through whatever situation you find yourself in.

See for yourself! Contact us now. We look forward to hearing from you.

The Remloc Family

Sam Colmer, Eng Tech LCGI MCIPHE RP, Technical Director

Sam is a fully qualified plumbing and heating engineer with over 20 years working in the plumbing and heating industry.

Sam is the face of Remloc Plumbing & Heating Ltd, when you book an appointment its Sam who will attend

Jane Colmer, Operations Director

Jane is the voice of Remloc Plumbing & Heating Ltd, she is the lady who will take your call, answer your email and book your appointment as well as running day to day office duties.

Plumbing & Heating Services

In addition to our extensive range of services, we offer a full professional service package, guaranteeing peace of mind and security in your home.

Plumbing Services

Our most important mission as plumbing and heating installers is to be there for all your plumbing and heating problems.

  • Gas heating maintenance
  • General plumbing repairs and maintenance
  • Tap washers
  • Outside taps
  • Toilet repairs

Just need some advice?

Just let us know and we’ll come out and find a solution.

Emergency Call-out Plumbing

Imagine you come home one day and discover that a blocked pipe has flooded your home or the heating has stopped. You’re going to need professional help quickly! Phone our emergency call-out number: 07709 961655

Our emergency service** provides rapid help with:

  • water damage
  • broken pipes
  • blockages
  • gas leaks
  • heating breakdowns

In an emergency we can be called out at all hours to take care of any problems!

We charge call out fee of £102.00 Including VAT @ 20% which includes the 1st hours labour.

**PLEASE NOTE: As we are a very small company we may not be able to attend some out of hours emergencies.

We will however answer your call/text 24hrs a day and advise you.

Plumbing Charges 2018

  • Hourly rate – General plumbing £60.00
  • Hourly rate – Gas work £60.00
  • Powerflush (upto 12 radiators) Labour and chemicals £612.00
  • Call out (18.00 – 08.00) fast response £102.00 Inc 1st 1hr Labour.
  • Gas servicing (boiler) £102.00

All Prices Include VAT @ 20%

Central Heating

glow worm

glow wormGlow worm

As a approved Glow worm installer we can help design and install complete heating systems or boiler replacements.

We can offer extended 7 & 10 year warranties on all our Glow worm boilers that we install, subject to some condtions.

We can arrange all the required trades help the project run smoothly.

Contact us now for a free no obligation estimate.

magnacleanMagnaclean filter

Help reduce your heating costs by installing a Adey Professional Magnaclean filter

The benefits of this new technology are immediate:

  • Effective magnetic and efficient non-magnetic filtration
  • Simple installation and effortless servicing saving time and money
  • Immediate results & system protection cutting heating energy bills by up to 6% a year*
  • Long operational life AND guaranteed for TWO years
  • Reduced carbon emissions
  • MagnaClean Professional 22mm available in black and white
  • More than a million MagnaClean filters installed throughout the UK

*Independent research carried out by GASTEC at CRE.


What is Power Flushing?
Power flushing is the most efficient method of cleansin a central heating system. The principle is to create a powerful fresh water flow under controlled conditions to remove debris from the system. By connecting the power flushing unit to the heating circuit in place of the system pump, boiler or radiator the circuit can be thoroughly cleansed of limescale and corrosion debris. When used in conjunction with a Fernox cleanser a typical power flush can be completed in 3-4 hours.

The problems

pf-problem1Fuel Wastage
Without treatment, corrosion debris will accumulate in the boiler causing increased limescale deposits, reduced heat transfer and up to a third of a fuel bill going to complete waste.

pf-problem2Boiler Noise
This increases in frequency and intensity as deposits of sludge and scale build up in an unprotected boiler.

pf-problem3Cold Spots
The familiar cool low central area of a radiator indicates a build-up of black sludge sediment that restricts flow and reduces heat.

pf-problem3Frequent Venting
When the top of a radiator is cold during operation, either air or hydrogen is to blame. Hydrogen gas builds up as a by-product of electrolytic corrosion and is flammable (due caution is required)

pf-problem3Pump Seizure and failure
The abrasive and magnetic properties of black oxide sludge increase shaft and bearing wear in pumps causing them to stick or fail.

The cleaning and treating of central heating systems
All new systems should be pre-commission cleansed in accordance with BS:7593 and Benchmark. This ensures flux residues, excess jointing compounds, mineral oil and other contaminants that can be found in the system following installation, and that can effect the performance of the system or cause component failure, are removed. It is important when installing new boilers into old systems that all sludge is first removed from the system or this could accumulate in the new boiler and lead to premature failure. Additionally, in hard water areas existing systems will have accumulated limescale together with corrosion deposits in the heat exchanger, which could easily have reduced the boiler efficiency by over 5%.