• LocationPlymouth, Devon, Keyham Road, PL2 1RD**
  • Our Working HoursOpening times: 24 hours a day*
  • Phone Us!Free phone: 0800 051 8628

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Whether you have a burst pipe, leaking tap, or you need a dishwasher plumbing in, our local Plymouth plumbers are available for a fast response or time that suits you best, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our local fast response local Plymouth drain cleaning team can remove any blockages that stifle your daily routine.

Our professional local Plymouth plumbing engineers can also update your old plumbing fixtures. For example a new mixer tap will help you have more control over the water temperature or new pipe work to help speed up the flow of water. For any kitchen plumbing service please contact our experienced staff who provide free quotes and estimates.

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Plymouth Plumbing Testimonials

Customer Name: Mrs P M Booke.
I rang and spoke to a very pleasant gentleman who was extremely helpful and gave me information, cost and the main thing, when someone would come to see me. True to everything he said a very nice young man turned up within the time slot. His name was Robert Thompson he was extremely caring and he knew straight away what was wrong. Upon leaving he gave me his phone number and told me to contact him if need be. Needless to say I have not had to ring him because he seems to have done the right thing on it. It was a pleasure to have such a good workman in the house so polite etc. You have a very caring company and long may you continue.

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Example Of Our Plumbing Services

Closed Heating System
Closed central heating systems use a fixed amount of water that circulates continuously around the house, within the pipework of the heating system. These systems are not very susceptible to scaling, as the water has a finite amount of calcium, the amount of which is not sufficient to cause operational problems. However, these systems can still be flushed, and water introduced from the mains, when maintenance is due. In a closed pressurised system, even a small water leak can eventually cause the pressure to drop to zero, preventing the heating system from operating.

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