Boiler Replacements & Installs In Lexden

Does your boiler need replacing in Lexden? Has it stopped working properly and become inefficient? Then call The Boilerman, Lexden’s leading boiler installers, specialising in all makes and models of central heating and hot water systems. Our staff are highly trained with decades of combined experience. We promise a fair price, excellent workmanship and excellent customer service for all our boiler replacements & Installations. All our work comes with a 12-month guarantee.

We are a local, friendly, family-owned company serving Clacton, Colchester and the Lexden area. We offer a 24-hour emergency call out to all areas of North East Essex. We can repair broken boilers, frozen pipes, burst pipes and many other plumbing emergencies.

By using The Boilerman we will cover areas such as; Clacton-on-sea, Frinton-on-sea, Walton-on-the-naze, Lexden, Dedham, Holland up to Colchester.

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What We Cover

Toilets Repaired or Replaced

Toilets, Sinks and Drains Unblocked

Fireplaces Supplied and Fitted

Tanks Fitted or Repaired

Boilers Fitted, Serviced and Repaired

Showers Fitted and Repaired

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We have extensive industry experience, and have built a hard earned reputation for excellent service and professionalism

Emergency boiler repair Lexden

Experiencing a problem with your boiler shouldn’t be a nightmare, and thankfully our experienced Gas Safe registered boiler specialists in Lexden can diagnose, repair and service all domestic gas boilers!

Whether your boiler has lost pressure, a leak or you have no heating or hot water, our efficient heating engineer Lexden will ensure minimal downtime as much as possible.

If you are experiencing problems with your boiler, call our heating engineer in Lexden right away, who will be more than happy to make an appointment for you.

Call Now For Any Boiler Emergency:

07812 121373

Emergency boiler repair Lexden

Experiencing a problem with your boiler shouldn’t be a nightmare, and thankfully our experienced Gas Safe registered boiler specialists in Lexden can diagnose, repair and service all domestic gas boilers!

Whether your boiler has lost pressure, a leak or you have no heating or hot water, our efficient heating engineer Lexden will ensure minimal downtime as much as possible.

If you are experiencing problems with your boiler, call our heating engineer in Lexden right away, who will be more than happy to make an appointment for you.

Call Now For Any Boiler Emergency:

07812 121373

Emergency boiler repair Lexden

Experiencing a problem with your boiler shouldn’t be a nightmare, and thankfully our experienced Gas Safe registered boiler specialists in Lexden can diagnose, repair and service all domestic gas boilers!

Whether your boiler has lost pressure, a leak or you have no heating or hot water, our efficient heating engineer Lexden will ensure minimal downtime as much as possible.

If you are experiencing problems with your boiler, call our heating engineer in Lexden right away, who will be more than happy to make an appointment for you.

Call Now For Any Boiler Emergency:

07812 121373

Facts About Lexden

Genreal Info

Lexden is a suburb of Colchester, Essex, England. It was formerly a village, and has previously been called Lessendon, Lassendene and Læxadyne. Lexden is mentioned in the Domesday Book. Lexden is approximately one mile west of central Colchester. It is home to a public house, the Crown; and St Leonard’s Church (Church of England). The Leonard in question is Saint Leonard of Noblac, the patron saint of prisoners.

Lexden’s original name, Læxadyne, is Old English for “Leaxa’s valley”. It is referred to as the “Hundred of LASSENDENE” in the Domesday Book. It is now cut into two-halves by a modern bypass, Spring Lane. Within the space of a few hundred yards there are two 400-year-old watermills, (both now private residences), a 100-year-old iron bridge over the River Colne, two local nature reserves and several interesting walks.

Lexden History

The site on which Lexden now stands was crossed by the fortifications of iron age Colchester, the remains of the earthen ramparts can be seen at Bluebottle Grove, Lexden Park and alongside Straight Road. A number of burial mounds or tumuli remain, notably Lexden Tumulus in Fitzwalter Road which is reputed to be the burial place of Cunobelinus or Cymbeline, the king of the Catuvellauni.

In 1648, Lexden was the headquarters of Lord-General Thomas Fairfax during the Siege of Colchester, and his army camped on Lexden Heath. A Parliamentarian fort was built on Great Broom Heath (now called Hilly Fields) which overlooks the town. During the Great Plague of 1665 to 1666, the burial ground for Colchester was near The Mount.

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