Electrical Question

What is a reasonable amount to charge for to change a central heater programmer thermostat and two motorised valves and emersion timmer

2 Answers

Best Answer

imposible to say without seeing the exacts of the job

Answered 27th Nov 2011

PHOENIX CONSTRUCTION

Member since 21 Nov 2011

A good quality Immersion heater timer e.g. a Hortsmann E7 costs about £70 on its own just to buy! so it could work out quite expensive, really depends on how much labour is needed and total cost of materials.

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Answered 16th Apr 2012

Electrical Safety Services

Member since 17 Oct 2011

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