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Radiator Valve Replacement Rough Cost??
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Kelkiwi
Old 24-01-2008, 11:31 AM
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Default Radiator Valve Replacement Rough Cost??

Hi ,

I need to replace all the radiator valves on my radiators as they are to the point of you touch them and they leak or they are seized up completely.

I need to replace the valves and the lockshield valves and the bleed valves on eight radiators, would any one know roughly how much a plumber would charge to do this also balancing the system afterwards?

I would go for mid range TRV's.

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Old 24-01-2008, 11:37 AM
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a mate paid 250 quid to have trv,s fitted on all his rads. (few yrs ago).
so i suppose approx 400 for your work.
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Old 24-01-2008, 1:17 PM
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we paid about 280 last year(South Coast) for the same on 8 rads, used Pegler valves as replacements
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One of our valves is leaking at the moment, radiators `old` so can`t get a new bit - we need new radiator!
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