Being a time served and highly skilled plumber means I can offer all of my clients the following plumbing and heating services.

Plumber in Norfolk

Providing professional plumbing and heating services in Norfolk and the surrounding areas

  • Gas boiler installation, replacement, diagnosis, repair and servicing.
  • Install, servicing and breakdown services on domestic oil appliances
  • Gas fire installation, replacement, diagnosis, repair and servicing.
  • Gas cooker installation, replacement, diagnosis, repair and servicing.
  • Heating system installation, replacement, diagnosis, and repair.
  • Unvented hot water cylinder installation, replacement, diagnosis, repair and servicing.
  • Landlord gas safety checks.
  • Power flushing.
  • Pipework installation and repair.
  • Pumps installed and replaced.
  • Taps installed, replaced and repaired.
  • Toilets installed, replaced and repaired.
  • Baths installed and replaced.
  • Showers installed, replaced and repaired.
  • Water softeners installed, replaced and repaired.
  • Bathroom seals and silicone removed and replaced.
  • Pipework and drains blockages cleared.
  • Washing machines and dishwashers installed and replaced.
Services I Provide

I have been providing the people of Norfolk with a wide range of customer focused plumbing and heating services for many years!

I pride myself on offering a hassle free and affordable service where customer needs always take priority, as do excellent quality workmanship and operating to modern standards. I am confident that I can meet all your requirements on your next plumbing and heating project and also exceed your expectations when it comes to quality and affordable plumber in Norfolk.

If you would like any additional information regarding any of the services listed above then please feel free to call 07930187649 or visit the contact page to get in touch via email.


  1. We often get asked “should I get a combi boiler?”

    Often this is not the ideal solution.

    The benefits of having a combi boiler are that it takes up a lot less space, which is very helpful in a flat or a small house where there is never enough storage. They can also be more efficient as they only heat the water as its needed as apposed to a conventional system that stores hot water until it is used or until it cools down, the latter increasing your energy bill unnecessarily. Also with the hot water being heated on demand there is no risk of forgetting to put the hot water on long enough before you need it.

    While these points may be exactly what you need. It is important to bear in mind, a combi can only heat so much hot water at one time and so if you are planning to have multiple showers running at the same time a combi may not be suitable. It also worth noting that when a combi is heating water it makes slightly more noise than a conventional boiler due to the need to heat the water much faster. So if the boiler is located in a bedroom and someone is trying to sleep in there while someone else is using the shower, you may find it disruptive.

  2. People often ask us “why do my radiators have cold patches ?”

    There are a couple of reasons that radiators get cold spots and the reasons vary based on the location of them.

    If you find that the top of the radiator is not getting hot or at least not as hot as the rest of the radiator, this is usually because there is an air build caused by the chemical reaction of the radiators corroding inside. Bleeding the radiators will allow for an even temperature across the radiator, its also worth noting that the more air in the radiators, the faster they will corrode.

    If it's the bottom of the radiator that is cold, then this is caused by sludge build up. Sludge will build up in all heating systems due to corrosion inside the radiators. The best way to clear the sludge once it has already formed is to have a power flush carried out. This is a process that involves attaching a high flow pump to the system and flushing cleaning chemicals in both directions to break free all the sludge deposits and then evacuate them from the system. While it is impossible to completely stop the build up of sludge, it is possible to slow the effects. Use of heating system inhibitor will help to slow corrosion within the system. Installing a system filter will collect a large amount of the sludge as it circulates around the system, these are designed to be serviced annually which involves opening them and cleaning out the collected sludge.

  3. I often get asked “how can I stop limescale build up?”

    There are a few ways to reduce the build up of limescale, such as inline scale reducers both magnetic and electrolytic. In order to stop limescale and often reverse the effects of it, install a water softener, by reducing the parts per million of limescale to a very low amount (usually between 5 and 25 ppm) it will stop the build up of further limescale and eventually in theory will filter out existing limescale from the system.