Welcome to Wapping Plumbers. We are your first point of call for all of your plumbing needs. We have been trading in and around Wapping for well over a decade and can cater for all your plumbing requirements.
We are highly experienced in all aspects of plumbing, from blocked toilets to complete bathroom installation. Each of our plumbers is fully licensed, insured and accredited – leaving you in the best possible hands. Wapping Plumbers is a well-established company with an enviable reputation, founded upon reliability, honesty and efficiency.
Next time you’re looking for a plumber, why not try us and discover our friendly staff and competitive prices.
Wapping Plumbers - Your search for the perfect plumber ends with this call – 0800 311 8051.
- Pumps & Valves
- Tanks & Overflows
- Toilets & Taps in Wapping
- Bathrooms in Wapping
- No Call Out Charge
- Radiators & Pipes in Wapping
- Leaks & Bursts
- Boiler Installations / Breakdowns
- All Gas Work
We are gas Safety Registered – But what does the Gas Safe Register do?
The main focus of the Register is on improving and maintaining gas safety to the highest standards. We make sure all gas engineers on the Register, over 125,000, are qualified to work with gas.
We work to protect the public from unsafe gas work through;
A dedicated national investigations team tracking down individuals working illegally
Regular inspections of Gas Safe registered engineers
Educating consumers and raising awareness of gas safety
Investigating reports of unsafe gas work
Gas Safe Register is here to help keep you and your family safe. Click here for further information: http://www.gassaferegister.co.uk/about/what_is_gas_safe_register.aspx
HHIC calls on developers to build ‘renewable ready’ homes
A leading trade body, the Heating & Hotwater Industry Council, has called for all housing developers to build renewable ready homes. It comes following the relaxation of plans to build zero-carbon homes by 2016 as outlined in the Queen’s Speech on 4 June, 2014.
Roger Webb, director of HHIC commented: “The plan to make all new homes zero-carbon by 2016 may be changing but HHIC’s stance won’t change – all homes must be built to enable renewable technology to be installed, whether that installation is immediate or in the future.
“If, as a nation, we are serious about reducing our carbon emissions then we all need to be more energy efficient. Having to retrofit our homes will be more difficult, more time consuming and more expensive. The message from HHIC is clear: design and build homes that support a low temperature heating system.”