SD Plumbing & Heating

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About SD Plumbing & Heating

My name is Shaun Dunn I run a small plumbing and heating buisness.I have been in the trade for 8 years now. I cover all aspects of plumbing and heating. My main priority is costumer satisfaction.

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SD Plumbing & Heating rated for Bathroom fitter in Lasswade

5

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25 Jan 2018

Handyman

Shaun Dunn, of SD Plumbing & Heating, proved to be a very efficient and helpful tradesman, with an obliging and pleasant manner.. He answered my initial request promptly, arrived at the arranged time, and carried out the three jobs I asked him to do in a skilled and professional fashion. He stuck to the price quoted, which was a perfectly reasonable one. I would have no hesitation in using him again or in recommending him to others.

, EH22

30 Jan 2018

Plumber

Great service. Many thanks. Would definitely recommend and use again

, EH3

13 Feb 2018

Plumber

Job well done. Shaun is very conscientious and professional. Really cares about doing a good job and the outcome for you Would use Shaun again and have already recommended him to a friend

, EH4

05 Feb 2018

Plumber

Friendly, tidy and a good price.

, EH7

01 Dec 2017

Plumber

No complaints

, EH26

04 Jan 2018

Plumber

Very responsive, good job and value for money.

, EH11

08 Nov 2017

Plumber

Quick, flexible, efficient. Easy to communicate with. Would recommend and use again.

, EH11

24 Oct 2017

Plumber

Excellent communication from Shaun. Friendly and professional service from Shaun and Jamie. Very neat and tidy. Did a fab job. Will use again and will recommend to family and friends. Thanks!

, EH12

18 Oct 2017

Plumber

thanks for coming out on a Saturday

, EH3

28 Nov 2017

Roofer

Kept in touch and did a good job

, EH16

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SD Plumbing & Heating answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Lasswade

's question
Thu 5 May 2016 12:03pm
I recently had a combi boiler and rads installed to replace the immersion heater and storage heaters, the plumber has left 2 full tanks of water in the loft should these have been drained, he left a comment on the invoice to get these drained re danger of Legionnaires disease
  • Shaun Dunn's Answer
    Thu 5 May 2016 16:04pm
    Hi Linda Yes both tanks should be drained and removed. Sometimes when combi boilers are fitted some people just leave the cold water tank feeding the bathroom but I would advise for it to be switched over to mains and get rid of the tanks completely. Thanks Shaun

Areas serviced

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Top trades offered by SD Plumbing & Heating

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Design

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment

Drainage Specialist

Drains - installation / unblocking / cleaning

Floor fitters

Water underfloor heating

Kitchen Specialist

Complete Kitchen Refurbishment

Laminate / Wooden kitchen worktops