North West London
Boiler Doctor 247 is North London’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 North London’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 North London so much?
There is no greater place than North London. In what follows will try to explain why North London is so close to our hearts.
A little bit from our hidden inside.
This part of London has the best attractions, have a quick look.
The well known as the “Millennium Wheel” and recently as the Coca-Cola London Eye it has its location on the South Bank of the River Thames, in the heart of London. And with no exaggeration some people may say that the actual Wheel is the heart of London.
Take a look and marvel yourself.
Also, for those who are interested you can book a private capsule with a full selection of food and drinks.
You don’t know where to go for dinner next week? Book a capsule on London’s Eye. It will be an experience that you will not forget.
Let us not forget that special moment when a couple gets married.
What can be more beautiful than taking your vows looking over London, over the River?
London SE1 7PB
This is another outstanding way to look down on the River Thames.
In 2012 Tower Bridge had suspended a set of the Olympic rings with a month before the games started which were held in London.
If you are interested to know how Tower Bridge was built, you can go to one of the exhibitions held in the bridge’s twin towers, the high-level walkways and the Victorian engine rooms.
Tower Bridge Rd, London SE1 2UP
Known as the Elizabeth Tower, this is one of the most visited landmarks in the United Kingdom.
Westminster, London SW1A 0AA
If you ever wondered how the inside of the 19 state rooms, ballroom and gardens, were Her Majesty, the Queen lives look like you should know that they are open to the public in August and September.
London SW1A 1AA
Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill
Most of the people find that the most beautiful section of the park is Queen Mary’s Garden at the heart of the Inner Circle, which has an estimated 30,000 roses and 400 varieties. Take a look.
During the summer, your eyes will be delighted with colour.
What we love most about it is the way that the academic of single beds flowers combines with the delicate climbing roses and the quiet lake sited behind.
The only thing that we feel sad about is the fact that we can’t bring you the scent of the beautiful flowers.
You know what else? The park is a host for the London Zoo, which has the biggest collection of animals in the UK. Over 750 different and incredible species. And you can get the chance of seeing them up close without any risk.
Chester Rd, London NW1 4NR
Granary Square is placed right in the heart of Kings Cross, and it is one of the largest square of this type in Europe.
You will see over 1000 choreographed fountains, each one directed and lit.
This is a place that little children enjoy in the summer time. It is an absolute pleasure to play around and splash.
The fountains are tremendous, especially during the night.
4 Stable St, London N1C, United Kingdom
Natural History Museum
Now this is a must see!
If you love history, if you love science, if you are interested where it all begun and how, if you are curious about new discoveries, the Natural History Museum is a must for you.
It is all about evolution and diversity.
Don’t miss the Darwin Center while you are there; you will be able to look in the laboratories and see scientists at work.
Join planetary geologist Joe Michalski and artist Michael Benson as they explain how space exploration sheds light on the delicate beauty of life on Earth. See more of Michael Benson’s in Otherworlds: Visions of our Solar System.
The British Museum has a remarkable collection of the history of art and culture, over two million years of human history gathered in one place.
This is a place to visit no questions asked.
Great Russell St, London WC1B 3DG