Dulwich Plumbing and Boiler Repair
Need a Plumber or Boiler Repair in Dulwich
Boiler Doctor 247 is Dulwich's leading Plumbing and Heating expert’s, so if you need a Plumber or Boiler Repair in Dulwich 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 Dulwich's finest Plumbers offering a wide range of services to both Domestic and Commercial customers in Dulwich. 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 Dulwich.
- 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 Dulwich 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 Dulwich
Dulwich is a lovely London village that sits between two boroughs; the Borough of Southwark and the Borough of Lambeth. It was part of Surrey until 1889, when the County of London was created.
This village has a rich history which dates back to 967AD, where the name was recorded as Dilwihs. It remained an exclusive area, even with it's close historical links to Camberwell.
Interestingly it was recorded in 1333 that the population was one hundred residents, by 1901 there were ten thousand two hundred and forty residents and today there are more than fourteen thousand people living in the village with the average age of thirty four.
In 1538 Henry VIII seized Dulwich and later sold it to Thomas Carlton, who was a reputable goldsmith. He later sold it to Edward Alleyn. The village sustained significant damage during the Second World War. It is believed that the British Army diverted bombs from the war to the open spaces of Dulwich to protect the central city of London.
1619 saw the founding of Dulwich College by Edward Alleyn, he created the College of God's Gifts, which was a school for underprivileged boys. After 1760 the college was opened to wealthy Londoners, which saw a property boom of substantial homes in the area. It was a reputable college which welcomed students from throughout London.
In Galley Road is Belair Villa, which was built in 1765. Today it is a thriving restaurant, though the grounds remain public space. Due to the college, a housing boom was created throughout Dulwich, which later saw the enclosure of the common in 1805, which is brimming with villas and lodges.
The schools picture gallery was built by Sir John Soane, along with the mausoleum in 1814. It was filled with masterpieces from top artists including Rembrandt and Van Dyck to name a few. The gallery is still in operation today.
Edward Alleyn was the favourite actor of Queen Elizabeth and when he died in 1686 he left a number of original pictures to the college, which now make up part of the Picture Galleries permanent collection. The majority of the pictures were of kings, queens and emperors. William Cartridge, a friend of Alleyn's, diet and left a further two hundred and thirty nine pictures to the gallery. These were all displayed in the west wing of Dulwich college during the nineteenth century. In 1815 the paintings were all moved to the picture gallery, which opened to the public in 1836. In 1911, the gallery underwent expansion and in 1996 it separated from the college to become an independent charitable trust.
In the 1860s, Dulwich saw a number of the college buildings being created. This was all financed by land sale to the railway company. Many of the college buildings have now been converted to residential homes. 1890 saw the creation of Dulwich Park.
The Crown and Greyhound, an eighteenth century inn, was set in the centre of the village. College Road is London’s last remaining toll-gate.
The Dulwich Hospital was built in 1887, it had seven hundred and twenty three beds, which was an impressive size back in the day. In 2015 the hospital was closed to be replaced with a school for the local children.
As you can see boiler doctor 247 has become a integral part of the community and is proud to be Dulwich'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.