Boiler Doctor 247 is Brentford’s leading plumbing and heating company.
We offer a fast, affordable and reliable service covering all 21 areas and postcodes.
We have a great team of local gas-safe registered engineers ready to react to all your plumbing needs whether it be a boiler breakdown or emergency plumbing or just a leaking tap, we are here to help and one of our experts will be at your desired location within 2 hours.
From all the experience we’ve had so far, we can ensure you that fixing heating or plumbing issues can be done in a short period of time, as long as you give us a call so we can help.
In all of the cases, we try to repair or replace if necessary within the first 24 hours of the call.
This might be a bold statement or not, but we believe in our services and we know we are the best heating suppliers in London and a vast UK network which allows us to have the right connections.
We have a team of engineers with over 30 years of experience in the plumbing and heating industry and we really enjoy working in the Brentford location.
Not only we have a lot of experience, our engineers also poses a NVQ level 3 qualification and they are thames water approved along with water regulations approved so you can be sure we can cover all your needs.
So why do we love working in Brentford so much?
The actual question is: What is there not to love about Brentford?
Brentford hosts every single year on the first Sunday of September since 1900 something like a fair called the Brentford Festival.
The festival is run by a few people volunteers from the community which have done an excellent job every single time.
People with small businesses or charity have the opportunity to show what they are doing.
It is held on the Blondin Park and it is a free entry.
Over the years, this festival became popular growing from an estimated 3000 of people to over 10000.
Everyone is welcomed. You can come by yourself or with your entire family and friends.
People can try new activities, have some food and refreshments.
There is also a stage where local musicians or performers have the opportunity to show their talent to a large audience, and who knows, maybe someone will discover their skills.
London Museum of Water and Steam
If you are the type of person who has a mechanical mind, you will get lost in a right way in this museum.
The best time to go there is during the weekend when you can see the giant machines put in action.
There is a magnificent and gigantic area of machinery, some of them on such a very big scale.
It is the host of the largest collection of Cornish engines.
The museum also has the world’s biggest working beam engine, the Grand Junction 90 inch, the diameter of the cylinder is 90 inch and was used to pump water into London for 98 years.
This might be a good place for children to keep their interest up when it comes to history, the steaming machines may be a huge help and make them curious.
This museum got reopened on 22 March 2014.
Green Dragon Lane, Brentford TW8 0EN
This is a musical instrument museum in London; only a few minutes walk from Kew Bridge railway station.
The museum was founded by Frank Holland and called “The British Piano Museum.”
He started with his private collection which was of half dozen of reproducing pianos.
He believed that self-playing instruments should be maintained in their original or existing state.
The Musical Museum has one of the world’s excellent collections of self-playing musical instruments.
From the tiniest clockwork music box to all sort of sophisticated instruments.
Over the years, the museum gains an excellent reputation national and international as being one of the most exclusive and prestigious of its kind.
Syon Park and Syon House
Syon House has been in the present family for over 400 years. It belonged to the Duke of Northumberland.
The Syon House is at the Syon Park. The Park has over 200 species of rare trees.
The historic house and park are famous in the filming business, especially dramas, as well as:
- Dancing on the Edge
- The Lost Prince
- The Young Visiters
- Looking for Victoria
- Daniel Deronda
- Wives and Daughters
- Love in a Cold Climate
- Gosford Park
- The Madness of King George
- The Wings of the Dove
- The Golden Bowl
- The Avengers
Brent Lea, Brentford TW8 8JF
Watermans Arts Centre
Waterman is an important art centre in West London.
This place is a hidden diamond. It has a small cinema which always has entertaining movies that don’t have a remote chance on the big screens.
Also, you can watch the movies both in and outdoor.
If you would like to have a day out and you are the type of person who enjoys music, theatre and movies, this is for sure a place to try out.
If you are a dance lover, art lover, Watermans Art Center is hosting dance shows and art exhibitions too.
“We believe it isn’t just important to reach audiences but to get audiences to take part in the Arts. This idea drives everything we do.”
40 High St, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 0DS
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
This is a magnificent way to spend a beautiful spring day out.
The park has its beauty by itself, but don’t miss everything else just by being amazed and soaked in by the loveliness.
You will need at least half a day to spend there to have a look at everything that it has to offer.
You will find glasshouses, beautiful, different rare flowers and plants, aquatic garden, the arboretum with over 14000 trees having more than 2000 different species.
There are plenty for each type of person.