Greenwich Plumbing and Boiler Repair
Need a Plumber or Boiler Repair in Greenwich
Boiler Doctor 247 is Greenwich's leading Plumbing and Heating expert’s, so if you need a Plumber or Boiler Repair in Greenwich Boiler Doctor 247 has a well equipped team to suit all your Plumbing and heating needs. Over time Boiler Doctor 247 has become one of Greenwich's finest Plumbers offering a wide range of services to both Domestic and Commercial customers in Greenwich. Relying from over 70 % return business from existing customers and over 95% of our loyal customer would refer us to a family member or friend and we are proud of that achievement. Being able to have engineers with you as quick as 1 hour means that your Plumbing problems will be dealt with as quickly as possible and with a local friendly Engineer. Boiler Doctors 247 team has a wealth of over 30 year’s experience and all our Plumbing and Heating Engineers are.
- Gas Safe Registered
- City and Guilds Qualified
- Thames Water Regulations Approved Plumbers
Boiler Doctor 247 has helped countless family’s, landlords, home-owners and business to over come Plumbing and Heating problems in Greenwich.
- Burst pipes
- Boiler Breakdowns Specialist
- Boiler Installation
- Boiler Servicing
- Central Heating Repair
- Central Heating Installation
- 24hr Emergency Plumbers
- Underfloor Heating Installation/Repair
- Plumbing and Heating
- Landlord Service
- Gas Safety Inspection
- Unvented Hotwater Cylinder
- Water Regulations Approved Plumbers
- Gas Safe Registered
- Commercial Services
- Commercial Gas Services
Boiler Breakdown and Plumbing Service South East London
Boiler Doctor 247 also covers areas in South East London such as.
- Crystal Palace
- Denmark Hill
- Forest Hill
- Herne Hill
- Honor Oak
- New Cross
- Surrey Quays
- Tulse Hill
- West Norwood
Covering Local Postcodes
Boiler Doctor 247 prides its self on
- Clean Workmanship
- Over Foot protection
So if you have a Plumbing or heating issue in Greenwich then call us and let us assure you that with short amount of time whether it be.
- Boiler Repair
- Leaking Pipe
- Central Heating Repair
- 24 hour Emergency
Boiler Doctor 247 will be able to dispatch a local friendly Gas Safe Engineer with you within as little time as 2 hours meaning your home or business will be restored to normal in no time. So don’t delay Contact Boiler Doctor 247 today and let your Plumbing be our passion.
History Of Greenwich
Greenwich has a very rich history, dating back to being a Saxon Village back in 967. The name Greenwich stands for “green and “wic” for port, so Green Port. It is where ships and boats would dock. It was a thriving fishing village and farming settlement. It was home to hundreds of seamen who would travel the seas for years at a time and then come to dock here, close to the central London area.
In the eleventh century, Greenwich saw the construction of St Alfeges Church. This is the famous church where the Archbishop of Canterbury was killed in 1012. The present building you see today was designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor and completed in 1718.
Henry VII owned a palace in Greenwich, which is where Henry VIII was born, along with his two daughters. The palace was later demolished by Charles II. Queens House was built in the seventeenth century. James I built it for his wife, Queen Anne of Denmark, it was the first classical building in the whole of England. It was completed in 1637, but sadly Queen Anne died before it was completed. James I gave it to Charles I wife, Henrietta Maria, who loved the place so much she renamed it to the House of Delights.
The Trinity Hospital was founded in 1613 by the Earl of Northampton. Greenwich Park was laid as a hunting ground by the Duke of Gloucester in 1433. In the seventeenth century James I built a brick wall around the gardens and later French landscaper Andre le Norte designed the gardens. The ranger house was added in 1688.
In 1675 the National Observatory was built by Charles II. In 1694 saw the build of the Royal Hospital which was designed by Sir Christopher Wren for seaman posted at Greenwich. The Painted Hall was painted by Sir James Thornill. In 1804, the hospital became the Royal Naval College.
In 1839 the railway was built which connected Greenwich to London, which resulted in the area becoming a popular residential choice of professionals and merchants who worked in London but wanted to live away from the city centre. Greenwich University was built in 1890 as a polytechnic, it only became a university in 1992 and is now one of the most renowned universities in the world.
The famous Cutty Sark was launched in Greenwich in 1869. It was a tea clipper which was designed to bring tea to England from China.
Today Greenwich is a thriving area that is home to professionals and families who live and work in London. It is also home to the popular Maritime Museum which attracts thousands of visitors each and every year. The museum is the largest maritime museum in the world and was built under the National Maritime Act of 1934. It was donations by Sir James Caird that made the museum possible and it was officially opened by King George V1 in April 1937.
Greenwich was the original landing place of the Romans, so it is the ideal location for the National Maritime Museum, not to mention since 1884 it has been home to the Greenwich Mean Time and Prime Meridian. In addition to this, it houses the largest maritime historical reference library with more than one hundred thousand books, eight thousand of which date back to 1474 to 1850.
As you can see boiler doctor 247 has become a integral part of the community and is proud to be Greenwich's leading plumbing and heating company with boilers as our business and plumbing is our passion call us today and let us restore your home or business.