Handyman In A Flash

Location: Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Member Since: 8th Feb 2021

Trades:

  • Insulation Installers
  • Landscape Gardeners

About Us:

As a Doncaster based, family operated business, we know you want the people who come into your home to be competent, polite, professional and approachable. It really isn't a lot to ask for and those qualities are why we believe we have such fantastic customer reviews.

Handyman in a flash was designed with you in mind, our home and garden maintenance service allows you control of the project you want done. Feel free to hire us - when you want us, for as long (or short) a time, as you need us.

Oh yes, and if you are too busy to bring it all together. No issue, we provide a project manager on every job.

We cover a 20 mile radius of Doncaster and have trades people across South Yorkshire, available for "regular" or "one-off" projects.

History:

Here are a highlights of some of the solutions we provide;

* Gardening Services
Bring a garden to life with a wide range of garden services, from lawn treatment to tree felling, border weeding to hedge trimming and so much more

* Landscaping Services
Transform the dullest outdoor space into a restful oasis. From design through to reality, with paving, lighting, decking, water features and much more.

We have a huge range of garden and landscaping solutions available.

* Painting & decorating services
Nothing says more about a person than the colours, textures & tones they choose to surround themselves with at home. Unlock the inner you with colour.

* Plastering services
Let your imagination run wild and bring a home to life. Convert a loft to a living space, partition a room to make two! There's much a plasterer can do.

* Plumbing services
From leaking taps to replacement bathrooms suites, dishwasher installs to central heating overhauls, blocked toilets to underfloor heating installs, blocked drains to broken toilet cisterns.


We bring;

* A service centred on your needs, not ours
* Materials to complete the task
* The right tools & equipment
* A "no mess left behind", "just amazing results", policy with us

We handle all types of plastering and rendering work with skill & dedication.

No job is too large or small.

Other:

Time Served tradesmen with more than 60 years combined experience.

Feedback:

2 reviews, 100% Positive
Gardening - Gardening & Landscaping job in Mexborough

“Fettled the garden excellent job Clean and tidy with good workmanship”
Covering Loft - Insulation job in Harrogate

“Chris assessed the full specifications and ordered the correct materials to comply with recommended green energy saving requirements. The timing of work and price was agreed and was completed to our satisfaction. ”

Answers:

Check cold water feed
all homes in the uk receive a cold water "feed" from the water board. you would normally find that under the sink or in a downstairs toilet. it will be obvious as there is a tap (stopcock) valve that lets you turn on/off the fresh water flow into the home.

the more you open the stopcock (turning counter clockwise) the more pressure you receive, the less open (turning clockwise), the lower the pressure.

if you, or someone in you home, has turned this off or down recently; then the slowing of flow may be due to that. simply open the valve/stopcock fully and then turn it back 1/2 a turn.

there could be an airlock in the pipe work, water usually starts, slows and splutters. if this is what you experience, turn the tap on slightly until any air locks escape, takes just a few seconds.

if you have a cold water tank in your loft, check whether that is full. if not that will be a reason why your tap is slowing and stopping.
You can start by reducing the cold water pressure feed coming into your home.

cold water supply enters your home and can usually be found under your sink or in a downstairs closet etc.

find it and you will see it has a valve you can turn (called a stopcock).

the amount of water pressure you have in your home can be decreased (or increased) by turning the stopcock. turn the valve clockwise to reduce pressure and opposite to increase it.

as you open/close the valve, you can regulate the pressure to your liking.
Assuming that the pipe between the drain and your washing machine, connect with you kitchen sink waste, the answer is "no". you round the risk of flowing again.

Immediately turn off the power supply to your home at the mains and call out a qualified electrician.
There are technical requirements when drilling joists to carry pipes or cables through them.

joists (up to 250mm depth).
drill only on the centre line and the diameter is limited to 0.25 of the joists depth.
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