Tom Sutton Heating 5.0 overall

This company has had their insurances and documents Verified

Tom Sutton Heating is a family run company boasting experience and quality. We pride ourselves in delivering a quality, fair...

Contact Information

Tom Sutton Heating Reviews

5.0 overall (out of 2 reviews)

Excellent work posted 01/07/2019

Ronan turned up on time each day, kept me updated on progress at the end of each...

Ronan turned up on time each day, kept me updated on progress at the end of each day. The work was carried out to a high standard and work area left clean and tidy at the end of each day I’d highly recommend ronan and will certainly use him again in future if the need arises

Read more

5/5

Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

Very professional service, great value for money posted 04/06/2019

Had an ongoing intermittent problem with my boiler that other gas engineers had...

Had an ongoing intermittent problem with my boiler that other gas engineers had failed to identify or solve. Ronan from Tom Sutton gas engineers identified the actual cause of the problem and fixed it. It’s working perfectly now. Very professional service, clean and tidy and excellent value for money. Highly recommended.

Read more

5/5

Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

About Tom Sutton Heating

Tom Sutton Heating is a family run company boasting experience and quality.
We pride ourselves in delivering a quality, fair and reasonable service.

We specialise in boiler installation, servicing and maintenance, and in most cases are able to attend any boiler breakdowns within 24Hrs.

We also offer out of hour call outs for emergencies and convenience for customers who have busy schedules.

Tom Sutton Heating Skills

Verified Trades Skills

Heating Engineer

Electric Boiler

Gas Ovens and Hob

Gas Fire

Gas Boiler

Oil-Fired Boiler

Radiator

Solar Heating System

Under Floor Heating - Water System

Solid Fuel

Verified Trades Skills

Plumber

Bathroom Installation

Radiator

Power Showers and Pump

Water Tanks and Immersion Heater

Under Floor Heating - Water System

Solar Heating System

Bathroom, Kitchen and WC Plumbing

Tom Sutton Heating Accreditations

Verified Trades

OFTEC (3)

Service & Commissioning - Single Stage Pressure Jet Service and Commissioning


Installation of Oil and Bio-Liquid Fuelled Fixed Combustion Appliances and Systems


Installation of Oil Fuel Storage and Supply Systems Connected to Fixed Combustion Appliances

Verified Trades

Gas Safe Registered

Registration No: 552073

All Advice by Tom Sutton Heating Advice

Sometimes you need a little bit of advice before hiring a trade. Our community of professional trades are here to help.

Speech

What is the most economical way to use central heating?

Generally speaking it is best to keep your home reasonably warm all the time. Heating your home from cold will cause the your boiler to run for longer therefore reducing efficiency. Modern controls can be used to set specific temperatures at specific times. For example you can set the temperature for 20C whilst you are at home and then set the temperature for 16C whilst you are out. This will stop the house temperature falling whilst you are out. To manage this even better you can use a control with open therm and geolocation. Geolocation will automatically switch your heating off when you out (to your lower set point) and bring your heating on when you are on your way back! This will keep your home at the optimum temperature all the time.

See Answer
Speech

How to re-pressurise a boiler?

Re pressurising a boiler is a relatively simple task. Some boilers will have a built in filling loop. In this case it is best to refer to the manufacturers instructions which will guide you through the process. On your boiler you may have a filling loop between two pipes underneath the boiler. The filling loop can usually be identified by a braided hose that connects to valves. To re pressurise the boiler you will need to open one of these valves fully and then slowly open the second valve. When you gradually open the second valve you will hear water filling the system, at this stage keep your eye on the pressure gauge and close off both valve once the pressure has reached 1 to 1.5 bar.

See Answer
Speech

What are the benefits of installing an unvented cylinder?

Unvented hot water cylinders are usually ideal for those homes that have a larger hot water requirements. Usually homes with 2 or more bathrooms. Provided that you have good mains water pressure, they are second to none at producing hot water at high pressure with considerable flow. Don’t worry if you don’t have great water pressure, there a things that can be done to boost the pressure to the cylinder in these cases.

See Answer

Tom Sutton Heating Recommendations

No Recommendation

Be the first to leave a recommendation for Tom Sutton Heating

Leave a recommendation
View Contact Details

Tom Sutton Heating Contact Details

Phone: 07774673109

Mobile Phone: 07774673109

Website: tomsuttonheating.co.uk

Address: Lymington, Hampshire, So41 9nq