Electrical Plumbing & Gas Services Ltd

0844 3358432  


EPG provide a range of general maintenance cover, no matter how big or small the job. Whether it’s replacing a broken socket or installing a state-of-the-art wet room, you can rest assured that the workmanship we provide is of the highest calibre.

We install the latest technologies to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient. We also attend emergency calls, so no matter what the problem or crisis might be, you can trust our professional and courteous team to fix it as soon as possible.


Our Electrical Services include:-

  • Landlord Safety Checks
  • Home buyers condition reports
  • NICEIC inspections & reports
  • New Build Installations
  • Fuse board replacement
  • Fire alarms
  • Low Energy Lighting Conversions
  • TV & Satellite Systems
  • Security Alarm Systems
  • CCTV Systems
  • Ventilation Design & Installation (Part F)

Plumbing Services

Gas Services


To discuss your electrical project, call us on 0844 3358432 or email


Our Plumbing Services include:-

  • Bathroom installation and refurbishment
  • Shower wet rooms
  • Immersion tank replacements and repairs
  • Rapid response to burst pipes / leaks
  • Overflows
  • Shower Pumps
  • Toilet installations and repairs
  • Taps
  • Replacement ball valves
  • Waste disposal units
  • Cold water tanks


  • Hot water problems
  • Hot Water Cylinders
  • Thermostatic radiator valves
  • Replacement radiators
  • Power flushing
  • Heated towel rails
  • Kitchen sinks and waste disposal
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher installations
  • General plumbing
  • Renewable energy products
  • Solar heating

Electrical Services

Gas Services


To discuss your plumbing project, call us on 0844 3358432 or email


For the ultimate in environmentally friendly hot water, consider a state-of-the-art system, harnessing energy direct from the sun to generate hot water and so reduce carbon emissions and global warming.

Solar Panels

A typical well sized solar system should provide around 50-70% of the domestic hot water requirements of a home, representing a very worthwhile saving on hot water heating costs. The remaining hot water requirement is provided by the boiler.

Solar panels harness the power in both direct and diffused sunlight and convert the energy to heat for the production of hot water for the home. The solar panels have been designed as a complement to existing heating systems which use a store of hot water in a cylinder. The existing cylinder is exchanged for a cylinder with two heat exchanger coils; one from the boiler in the property and a second from the solar panels.

Unvented Hot Water Systems

Unvented hot water systems are designed to ensure you get equally high pressure in every room of your home. You’re always in control with the tap. It’s good to know you can have your bath filled faster and command more power in your shower and because there’s no need for a noisy cistern in the loft, the whole system is whisper quiet.

Whether you live in a studio flat or a 12 bedroom mansion, there’s an unvented system made for you. Designed to perform faultlessly whilst minimising heat loss to maximise efficiency, it understands the balance we have to make.


Our Gas Services include:-

  • Central heating and repairs
  • Boiler installations
  • Boiler breakdowns and fault finding
  • Boiler servicing
  • Full central heating installations
  • Energy efficient advice
  • Gas safety inspections
  • Landlord safety certificates
  • Home-buyer inspections

Plumbing Services

Electrical Services


To discuss your GAS project, call us on 0844 3358432 or email


At EPG Services your safety is paramount, if any of your appliances show any of the symptoms below you should call EPG Services immediately.


  • Flames appear irregular or yellow
  • Smell of fumes or gas – (turn off gas at the gas meter) Contact Gas Emergency
  • Stains or smoke marks around the appliance
  • Overheating – temperature gauge goes above 80 degrees centigrade
  • Pressure drops rapidly – boiler needs refilling more than once a month
  • Fan whines loudly or screeches
  • Pilot goes out repeatedly
  • Poor hot water
  • Radiators don’t all heat up at the same time – possibly a boiler fault, or it is equally possible that the system is unbalanced.


  • Flames appear irregular or yellow – (flame effect fires require particular attention)
  • Smell of fumes or gas – (turn off gas at the gas meter) Contact Gas Emergency
  • Damaged coals or radiants
  • Stains or smoke marks around the fire
  • Failure to ignite on first light
  • Pilot goes out repeatedly or fails to light easily


  • Flames appear irregular or yellow
  • Flames appear to lift off the burner or a roaring sound is heard
  • Smell of fumes or gas – (turn off gas at the gas meter) Contact Gas Emergency
  • Flame from burner is uncontrollable
  • Stains or smoke marks around the oven door
  • Failure to ignite on first light
  • Pilot goes out repeatedly or fails to light

Smell Gas?

Feeling ill? Headaches, nausea, dizziness?

Badly fitted and poorly serviced gas boilers, cookers and fires can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning.

In a gas emergency act quickly and take the following safety steps:

  • Get fresh air immediately – open all doors and windows to ventilate the room
  • Get fresh air immediately – open all doors and windows to ventilate the room
  • Switch off the appliance and do not use it again until it has been checked by a Gas Safe registered engineer
  • Turn off the gas supply at the mains
  • Call the National Gas Emergency number
  • If you are feeling ill visit your GP or the hospital immediately and tell them that your symptoms may be related to carbon monoxide poisoning
  • Contact EPG to check and fix the appliance

National Gas Emergency number 0800 111 999

Boiler FAQ’s

What is a condensing boiler?

A condensing boiler makes more of the energy it runs on by using heat normally expelled through the flue. By converting over 90% of the fuel used (rather than just 50% in the case of some old boilers), a condensing boiler makes your fuel go further. Therefore, a condensing boiler can help to save you money and reduce your carbon footprint.

What is a combi boiler?

Combi is short for ‘combination’. It refers to the way this type of system serves as both a central heating boiler and a hot water heater. That means there’s no need for a water storage tank as hot water is provided on demand. As well as saving the space normally taken up by a water tank (in the loft or airing cupboard), a combi boiler saves on hot water costs as well as giving you hot water at mains pressure.

What is a regular boiler?

This typically forms part of a conventional heating system, and is linked to a series of water tanks that feed the boiler and radiators. Storing hot water is key to this system, so unlike a combi, a plentiful supply of hot water is always available. Space in the loft and airing cupboard is required for tanks.

What is a system boiler?

Like a regular system, this uses stored hot water. But because the water is pumped from the boiler straight to the radiators and hot water tank, it’s a faster, more economical system. What’s more, many of the components of the system are built in, making it easier, quicker and more affordable to install.

Landlord gas & electrical certificates only £40 from EPG.


EPG engineers are NICEIC and Gas Safe registered. All our engineers work to high standards and have passed thorough inspection procedures. Our industry accreditations also ensure our work complies with British safety standards.