C.K Plumbing

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C.K Plumbing

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About C.K Plumbing

Welcome to C.K Plumbing Services. Fully insured upto £2 million. We go the extra mile for our valued customers and offer a high standard of work in many areas of building work including bathrooms, kitchens, design, carpentry, gas and electrics.

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C.K Plumbing rated for Bathroom fitter in Havant


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08 Jul 2019


Connor is highly skilled, knowledgeable & such a pleasant chap to work with. He was ALWAYS prompt to answer my queries. Because of the house structure, the work required adjusting. Through the good network of people that he knew and his own skills, he managed to nail it. The quote was accurate. All 3 of them were absolute gentlemen. Really hard working & deserved every penny they earned for this job. Didn't have to worry about anything or chase anyone for them. Wish your group all the best. Mr&Mrs Javid

, PO5

26 Jan 2019


Found Connor very prompt and reliable.. Finished the work needed in no time.. Very honest and has a cheerful nature.. Will definitely recommend..

, PO4

12 Apr 2019

Gas / Heating engineer

Connor's warm personality and positive attitude have really transformed our project. He is a great problem solver and quickly finds solutions to the many problems our house has thrown at him. We are undertaking a major refit comprising kitchen, 4 bathrooms, plastering, decorating, floors and plumbing/wiring for a large 5 bed house and I cannot recommend him highly enough. Honest, hard-working and reliable.

, SO50

02 Dec 2018


Connor came in & did an excellent job repairing my toilet. Very personable, prompt & reliable. Amy, Havant

, PO9

16 Nov 2018


Great service. Thank you

, SO15

05 Feb 2018


Polite, professional, hard working. A timing was agreed for the work to begin however was unable to attend but informed me well before and planned a date at my convinience. Highly recommend

, PO3

28 Jan 2018


Connor was a very reliable, good & hard working plumber. He was quick, tidy and helpful at all times. I would not hesitate to recommend him to friends/family.

, PO1

30 Sep 2017


V. Good all round

, PO5

08 Aug 2017


I am still waiting 3 weeks later for someone to call me

, PO12

23 Jul 2017


A brilliant job well done. Connor was knowledgable, and explained everything he was doing as he went along. Unexpected cost of a new shower, BUT, at the end of the day I got a better shower with 5 years warranty. Connor was very professional, and very friendly, and cleaned up behind himself. A very nice young man. I would not hesitate to call on him again if I have any further plumbing issues in the future.

, PO9

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C.K Plumbing answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Havant

Cherry Hylton's question
Tue 3 Apr 2018 14:14pm

We have discovered that we have had a leak of water underneath the kitchen sink, dishwasher and washing machine in the kitchen, which has ruined the floor in that area, and which is possibly causing damp to creep into the rest of the kitchen floor in the immediate vicinity. We plan to replace our kitchen, but would need to repair that part of the floor and tile the entire kitchen floor before that. We're not sure what kind of repair or expert would be required for the job, but would appreciate any advice. Thank you. With kind regards.

  • Connor King's Answer
    Sat 7 Apr 2018 8:11am

    Hi cherry, It would be advisable to contact a good plumber/ kitchen fitter to asses the situation. Firstly the leak needs to be rectified and then when the kitchen is ripped out asses the water damage. If it’s a wooden floor underneath ( joists ) then depending how long this has been happening, you may have to re- joist the room. If it is concrete underneath then I would let it dry completely before attempting to tile over. I specialise in bespoke kitchen fitting covering all potential areas that need addressing. I am based in Portsmouth and cover a 50 mike radius if this helps. Hope this helps Connor C.K plumbing services

Steve Harber's question
Thu 5 Apr 2018 11:44am

Hi, After some advice please. I have run some armoured cable from the house down to my shed (roughly 10m away). There is a garage CU in the shed with a 6A breaker for lights and a 16A breaker for sockets. Do I need to wire the sockets as a ring circuit or a radial circuit? The armoured cable is spurred off the house ring main and has RCD both ends of the cable. I don't intend to run anything of high current from the shed, just power tools and maybe a small heater. Since the supply to the shed is only a spur, is there any advantage of running the 4 sockets in a ring or will radial be ok?

  • Connor King's Answer
    Sat 7 Apr 2018 7:54am

    Hi Steve, Firstly you need to establish what kind of load you will be drawing from it. If just casual light stuff ( the odd lawn mower, battery charger etc.) you can spur off the existing house circuit with a 13amp fuse as long as the existing ring is RCD protected. If however you are drawing high current it would be advisable to in 6mm SWA cable or 10mm, directly from the existing CU to another. From what you have described I would go with the fused spur running the new sockets as radial Hope this helps Connor C.K plumbing services

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Top trades offered by C.K Plumbing

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Design

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment



Garage Conversion

House extension

Carpenter / Joiner

Emergency Boarding

Wooden staircases

Wooden Doors - Internal


Emergency Electrician

Internal lighting

Electric underfloor heating