Immersion Water Heaters Repair / Replacement

A faulty immersion heater can be extremely inconvenient, leaving you without hot water until the problem is resolved. An immersion heater is essentially an electric heating element. It is typically found in domestic water cylinders used to provide us with hot water. From time to time the elements may become faulty, and will need to be replaced. The elements continuously expand and contract with heating, and eventually the protective covering can give way. Immersion water heater faults are actually quite a common occurrence after a period of use, the most common fault being due to lime scale buildup within the cylinder. A competent electrician from the First Action team will be happy to assist you, ensuring your hot water system is back up and running as soon as possible.


First Action can quickly respond to any emergency call related to your water heater repair or replacement. Our service is fast, secure affordable and can often be provided on the same-day electric. Our fully qualified team are on hand at all times to ensure that your heater is operating to the highest standard at all times. our professional team in First Action will give up front prices and a break-down cost of what needs to be done to have a fully functional immersion water heater.

Immersion Electric Water Heaters


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Our qualified and competent Gas Safe engineers are on hand to assist with all of your gas and heating requirements. As GAS SAFE registered engineers we are subject to regular inspections by the Gas Safety Register, the official gas registration body for the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Guernsey. This offers peace of mind to our clients in knowing that the work we provide is to the highest standards. This also ensures we are kept up to date with new improvements and legal requirements coming into force for residential, commercial and tenanted properties.

All our registered engineers carry a Gas Safe Register identity card; it is always advisable that you request to see this card before letting anyone into your home.

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