Day or night, our team of qualified and experienced plumbers is here to solve whatever issue you’re facing. From burst pipe repairs to gas heating work, we take care of it all for clients in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, and the local area. You’re in safe hands with R & P Gibbs Ltd and we work hard to take care of our customers and their properties. Find out more about what we do and discover how we can help you!
If you need a plumber and you need something fixed or fitted, call us! We take care of any plumbing problem that’s arisen in your home, regardless of its severity. We’ve been in the business for a long time and we’ve seen it all before, so you can enjoy peace of mind in the knowing that our expert plumbers will be with you soon.
We can offer repairs to the following:
Leaking or Burst Pipes
Cold Water Storage Tanks
Central Heating Feed and Expansion Tanks
Most Other Domestic Plumbing Problems
We can offer fitting and/ or installation for:
New Bathroom Fittings
New Kitchen Appliances
Whatever the task, large or small, our plumbers will happily come around to help you get everything fitted, connected and fully operational.
Alternatively, you can check out our sister company, The Cheshunt Bathroom Centre, for new bathroom or kitchen accessories.
We have WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) qualified plumbers who are directly employed and are CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) checked.
At R & P Gibbs Ltd, we take a comprehensive view of all heating services. As well as offering the traditional gas heating system overhauls and servicing, we also offer modern, energy efficient, and environmentally friendly options for all types of domestic properties, including:
Boiler Services and Repairs
Full Central Heating Installation and Repairs
Landlord/ Homeowner Gas Safety Certificates
With a few exceptions, all new and replacement boilers must be high efficiency condensing boilers that can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 25%. While there’s a slightly higher purchase price, these boilers can save you money on your heating bills. Your next decision is to determine what type of condensing boiler will best suit your lifestyle and home. You can choose from Regular (also known as conventional or traditional boilers), System, and Combi.
In most cases, this will be determined for you. If you live in a flat, you'll most probably need a combi boiler, if you have a large family home with no space restrictions then a regular boiler or system boiler will be best suited.
Below, you can see some more details about each boiler type:
Guide to Boiler Installations
Back Boilers - Combine a fireplace with the boiler located behind it for central heating and hot water. The only condensing back boiler available is the Baxi Bermuda.
Combi Boiler – This heats hot water on demand and is used widely. It’s not quite as efficient as a regular or system condensing boiler but they can be cheaper to install.
Regular Boiler - Also known as a traditional or conventional boiler, this boiler consists of separate controls, cistern, and a hot water tank.
System Boiler - Similar to a regular boiler but with an important difference, this boiler contains an expansion vessel which means the feed and expansion tank is not required in the loft, saving space.