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Your Local Domestic Plumbers Dunstable

If you require a gas safe registered plumber in Dunstable then get in touch with us today. We offer a range of plumbing services in Dunstable; whether it’s routine maintenance of pipework, an emergency repair to a leaky radiator or insurance work replacing whole sections of kitchen or bathroom plumbing, our trustworthy, reliable plumbers can complete the job to a high standard, we will always clean up & aim to exceed customers’ expectations.

The plumbing & heating division is the core company has been providing a successful service to happy customers throughout Dunstable and beyond for many years. We have a proud reputation & our clients always come first, giving you the piece of mind that you will be in reliable & safe hands.

We are Gas Safe registered & OFTEC certified & can carry out all types of domestic & commercial plumbing jobs from small to large. From a replacement washer or tap to a new bathroom suite or complete building-wide plumbing installation for a flat, house, office or shop our highly experienced & trained plumbers can deliver.

Our plumbing prices are transparent and available for all to see. This is one of the many ways we differ from most of our competitors.

We want customers to feel comfortable with us working in their homes and so all our tradesmen are chosen based on their interpersonal skills as well as their ability to complete the task in hand effectively.

Find out more about our professional plumbing services in Dunstable by calling:
07863 338694.

Helpful hints from our Dunstable plumbers:

  • 1. Always check for hidden pipework with a reliable detection device when carrying out DIY at home. All too often we are called upon to repair pipework after customers have attempted to hang pictures or lay flooring.
  • 2. As far as possible use strainers over domestic plug holes to minimise the amount of hair or food being washed into drains.
  • 3. When cold weather sets in during the winter reduce your risk of burst pipes by ensuring you put the heating on for at least one hour twice a day to prevent frozen pipes.
  • 4. To prevent stop cocks from seizing up use a grease lubricant and turn them on and off at least once a year.
  • 5. After installing a new washing machine remember to remove the transit bolts before using for the first time. Leaving the bolts in place could risk damaging your new machine.


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