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Newbury Plumbers

0800 298 5004

Your local
Newbury
Gas Safe Plumber
0800 298 5004
 


For an immediate response Call 0800 298 5004

Vaillant, Viessmann, Worcester BoschJust around the corner, Heating and Plumbing Central, are accredited Gas Safe Engineers (previously Corgi) with over 30 years experience in the repair and installation of all makes of gas boilers, commercial or domestic. 80% of all boilers repaired on the first Visit. Thousands of satisfied customers, 65% regular customers. Voted Best Company for Customer Care.When you call Heating and Plumbing Central on 0800 131 3830 you get:

  • Appointments made at a time to suit the customer
  • Fast and Efficient Service
  • Minimum 12 months no-nonsense warranty on new boiler installations
  • Local Gas Safe registered engineers (previously CORGI)
  • Speak to a Gas Engineer directly
  • Great customer feedback



Location: Newbury, Berkshire, RG14

Tel: 0800 298 5004

Description: Expert gas engineers, providing gas boiler changes, new boiler installations, central heating system upgrades, radiator replacements and all other types of plumbing and heating jobs. Our corgi plumbers are experienced installers of boilers and heating equipment by Baxi, Glow Worm (Vaillant), Ideal Stelrad and Potterton (Baxi)

Specialities: High Efficiency Boilers


Location: Newbury, Berkshire, RG14

Tel: 0800 298 5004

Description: We are a professional mechanical services company that is specialising in professional plumbing & heating and operating in Newbury covering most of Berkshire for over 12 years. We have built a strong standing in the sector, due to a team of corgi approved plumbers specialising in all types of boilers and heating systems (including boilers by Ocean, Keston, Glow Worm by Vaillant, Power Max and HRM).

Specialities: Solar Thermal, Underfloor Heating, Heat Pumps, High Efficiency Boilers


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