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gbplumbing&heating

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Hello my name is Gareth Butcher I'm the owner of GB Plumbing&heating a family run business I started in 2006. We have been with rated people since 2010 and have over 136 customers reviews at 5 star. We are fully insured and specialise in boiler installs

Reviews and ratings

  • 137 total ratings
  • 0 in the last 30 days
  • 1 in the last 6 months
  • 3 in the last 12 months

137 total ratings | 0 in the last 30 days | 1 in the last 6 months | 3 in the last 12 months

Plumber

Gas Boiler

22 Jun 2016
22 Jun 2016

I was very pleased with the standard of work carried out by Gareth and his work mate. He finished sooner than I expected and left the area clean and tidy. Gareth was extremely conscientious, polite and pleasant. When the work was finished Gareth made sure that I knew how use the controls on the boiler and gave advise on safety matters.

Heating Engineer

Gas Boiler

19 May 2016
19 May 2016

Gareth and Jason were excellent from start to finish. The quote for a full boiler installation took 1.5 hours and was extremely detailed. We were given dates and a time frame which were both stuck to and there were no hidden costs that popped up throughout the job. They were really pleasant to have around and made what could have been a stressful few days really easy. I will definitely be using them again - please use with confidence.

Trades and area covered

Flooring Specialist

Under Floor Heating - Water System

Plumber

Plumbing Repair & Maintenance, Radiator, Under Floor Heating - Water System and more

Specialist Tradesman

Under Floor Heating - Water System

Heating Engineer

Gas Ovens and Hob, Electric Boiler, Radiator and more

Expert answers

Leaking Kitchen Mixer Tap

Posted by Grant Smith on Mon 17 Nov 2014 22:42pm
I have a leaking mixer tap in the kitchen. Water trickles out the body join when turned on and drips under the sink. Is this an easy fix or better to get new tap? If new tap estimated charge to instal?

gareth butcher's Answer

Tue 18 Nov 2014 20:15pm
Hi Grant. It may well be easier to replace the tap as getting spares for a kitchen tap can be difficult to source as there are so many different kitchen taps.

Boiler replacement.radiators too?

Posted by Tom Kent on Mon 17 Nov 2014 10:34am
Will I need to replace radiators when replacing an old boiler with a new one

gareth butcher's Answer

Tue 18 Nov 2014 20:11pm
The system should be flushed with chemicals when installing a new boiler. If the radiators are ancient then it's probably not a bad idea to have them replaced.