Boiler Doctor 247 is Harrow’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 Harrow’s 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 Harrow so much?
Harrow is part of the London Borough of Harrow from north-west London, England.
It borders other five beautiful places, Hertfordshire in the north, Hillingdon in the west, Eling in the south, Brent to the south-east and Barnet to the east.
Harrow is a beautiful place and it has loads of things to visit in and around.
Usurp Art Gallery and Studios
Usurp Art Gallery was founded in 2000 but they launched the Usurp Arts studios only in 2010.
Their primary goal is to give to the community the opportunity to engage in a relationship with musicians, poets, filmmakers, writers, performers, designers, and artists.
They are opened to any new ideas and support creativity; they encourage a vast range of people from the audience to participate in the development of a creation of the artworks that appeal agreement, prejudgement and unfairness.
Here you can find a few from other people’s reviews and see what they think about this fantastic place:
“Amazing that this is here – a much needed space – well done” Senior Curator, Tate Gallery.
“What you are doing here is forward thinking and fantastic” Head of Multi-Media, INIVA.
“Usurp is an artist-led gallery and studio that punches above its weight.” Evening Standard.
“Our local arts spaces can be the lynch pin of local communities; somewhere that brings people together to enjoy art, and gets people directly involved in the artistic process. We are pleased Usurp has taken this opportunity.”
– Executive Director, Arts Council England.
Can be found at:140 Vaughan Rd, London HA1 4DZ
Moor Park Mansion
The name of the park comes from Manor of More the old park.
The first house was built for James Scott, which was the first Duke of Monmouth, between 1678-1679 and it was inherited by his wife, Anne Scott after he was decapitated. Anne Scott was the first Duchess of Buccleuch.
Before Anne Scott death, Benjamin Hoskins Styles purchased the mansion.
The architect of the palace was Giacomo Leoni, born in Venice, Italy.
The architectural style is Palladian Architecture.
The mansion is set on approximately 300 acres.
The sensational house is an impressive venue for all types of occasions.
This place is beautiful and recommended for everyone.
You could not choose a better venue inside out.
“Wedding Dreams Become Reality At Moor Park”
The beauty of Moor Park will make fairy tale background for your wedding album.
The attention to detail from the well-trained team of the Moor Park who will revert a very complicated plan into a quickly and quiet, without pressures run, will make things so much more comfortable for you; this will be the perfect venue no doubts.
This is as romantic as you can get.
Moor Park, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 1QN
Royal Air Force Museum
Royal Air Force Museum is usually called RAF Museum and is located on the prime Hendon Aerodrome.
It was founded on November 15, 1972, by Queen Elizabeth II.
At first, the collection was of 36 aircraft but over the years the manifold increased.
The Royal Air Force Museum is dedicated to the history of aviation and The Royal Air Force.
Their primary goal is to make the visits there provocative and significant.
They maintain the honour for formers RAF workforce and their families, and they also share their stories of their services.
Their aspiration is to insure that the Royal Air Force’s stories will remain in people’s heart and soul, enrich one’s experience and make sure it will last and improve the future generations as well.
The Museums are free to enter and they offer a unique experience to everyone.
All the exhibitions complete one another.
They tell the story of those who adjusted everything that is about the aviation world up until now.
From the thrill-seeker, adventurers, stuntman, fearless, dare-devil previous aviators to wartime heroes.
The Royal Air Force Museum includes five exhibition halls:
- Milestones of Flight
The Sopwith Camel in the “Milestone of Flight” hall
- The Bomber Hall
Avro Lancaster R5868 in “The Bomber Hall”
- Historic Hangar
The Gloster Meteor on display in the “Historic Hangar” hall.
- The Battle of Britain Hall
Junkers Ju 87 Stuka on display in “The Battle of Britain Hall”
- The Grahame-White Factory
Grahame-White Factory interior, Bristol M. 1c and Vickers Vimy in foreground
The Royal Air Force Museum is the perfect place to visit especially if you are an aviation lover.
Grahame Park Way, London NW9 5LL