I need a bit of ammunition so I can handle my plumber. He's just installed
a bathroom and a shower room for me. I ordered in all the parts before
actually appointing him, and he's done a nice job visually of tiling and
However the hot water to the bath and two basins is really slow. It takes
1/2 hour to fill the bath whereas it was only 5 minutes before. All baths
and basins have monotaps where you turn a single pillar to adjust the flow
and the temperature. They are plumbed via the original pipework as far as I
can see except he's put ball valves in line with each hot an cold supply to
Downstairs, our kinchen sink is fine and unchanged in flow. The hot water is
driven from a header in the loft so there's a good 7 - 8 feet of head.
Is this likely to be my fault for not checking out the taps first - are
these taps generally slow, or perhaps better suited to a direct mains
pressure hot supply? The cold supply is fine as far as I can tell.
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