Kennington Plumbing and Boiler Repair
Need a Plumber or Boiler Repair in Kennington
Boiler Doctor 247 is Kennington's leading Plumbing and Heating expert’s, so if you need a Plumber or Boiler Repair in Kennington 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 Kennington's finest Plumbers offering a wide range of services to both Domestic and Commercial customers in Kennington. 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 Kennington.
- 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
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So if you have a Plumbing or heating issue in Kennington 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 Kennington
Kennington is located in the London Borough of Lambeth. It can be recorded back to the Domesday Book of 1086. Originally Kennington was referred to as Kenntone (1229) and Kenyngton (1263). It is believed the name refers to an old English estate or farmstead.
Originally the area is to have been a sacred place, a place where people would assemble, back in the ancient times. The Domesday Book claimed the area was held by Teodric. King Henry III held his court here in 1231, which gives the area a very interesting and rich history which can be recorded back for centuries.
Edward III gave Kennington to his son, Edward, who was known as the Black Prince, back in 1337. The Black Prince went on to build a large triangular palace. King Henry VIII dismantled most of the palace with the materials being used to build the Palace of Whitehall. Today Kennington Manor is owned by Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales.
The eighteenth century saw a lot of development taking place in Kennington, while the common was used for executions. In fact in 1746 Scottish rebels were hung at the common.
It was in 1750 when the Westminster Bridge was constructed that residential development really took off in the area and the demand for homes away from London central became in demand. By the 1770's, there were rows of terraced houses, many of which still stand today.
Unlike many of the other areas on the outskirts of London central, Kennington did not grant the Grand Surrey Canal permission to purchase land, this was due to the expansion of the area with new developments going up at an exceptional rate at the time. Therefore, this area did not have the canal running through it.
The Oval Cricket Ground was constructed in 1845 and Walcot Square and St Mary's Gardens were built somewhere in the 1830's. The Imperial Court was built in 1836.
It was in 1824 that St Marks Church was constructed, followed closely by Kennington Park, which was created in 1825 from the enclosed common and opened to the public in 1854.
Sir John the Divine Church was constructed from 1871 to 1874. The church was designed by George Edmund Street. The Durning Library was built in 1889 and is a wonderful vision of Gothic revival design.
Kennington Station was introduced in 1890 which only increased the demand for the area with more families wanting to move away from central London and live in the more natural outlying areas.
In 1879 the City and Guilds of London Art School was built. This is one of the longest established art colleges in the country and attended by art student from around the country each year.
Lambeth Council build municipal houses from the 1950's through to the 1970's, the majority of these were high rise estates, which are still used today throughout the area.
The 2001 census recorded just shy of twenty thousand residents living in Kennington, with the average age being thirty two years of age.