• LocationHoxton, Central London, Waterson Street, E2 8HL**
  • Our Working HoursOpening times: 24 hours a day*
  • Phone Us!Free phone: 0800 051 8628

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Our local Hoxton gas safe plumbers provide a boiler repair and boiler service that is second to none. If your currently experiencing boiler problems in Hoxton or the local area then we can have an experienced and qualified heating expert to your door within 60- 90 minutes.

We realise that any gas appliance poses a possible threat to your safety and those in close proximity. When taking your call our Hoxton customer friendly team will explain the best steps to take if you think there are gas leaks.

While gas boilers are more common we can service and repair all types and makes of boilers including combi boilers, condensing boilers, electric boilers... Our local Hoxton plumbers will always strive to deliver a service that is second to none.

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Hoxton Plumbing Testimonials

Customer Name: Anthony N. Fegent.
On the 11th of July Paul Cowper attended Sutton House. I would like you to know how impressed I was by his competence, his speed of work and by the interest he displayed during the time it took. Mr Cowper struck me as an excellent operator and a great asset to your organisation. Seldom, it seems these days; I have the opportunity to commend the effort of others.

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Example Of Our Plumbing Services

Bleeding
Occasionally, as a side-effect of maintenance or because of another problem, air may build up in the radiators of a water-fed heating system. The air isnt heated to the same degree relative to its volume, so it will cause the radiator(s) to give off less heat than normal. To fix this, the radiator must be bled. This is possible because central heating systems are pressurised, and the water will move to displace the air that escapes. However, bleeding the radiators poses a new problem. A loss of pressure will result, because the system uses a fixed amount of water, which will cause the heating system to either run at a greatly reduced capacity, or not at all. To solve this, the water mains must be opened, and a fresh supply of mains water must be allowed to enter the system.

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