Plumbers In Colchester

Our staff are highly trained with decades of combined experience. We promise a fair price, excellent workmanship and excellent customer service. All our work comes with a 12 month guarantee.

We are a local, friendly, family owned company serving Clacton, Colchester, Kelvedon, Lexden, Stanway and the Tendring area. We offer 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, Colchester, Stanway, Holland-on-Sea and Dedham.

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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 Colchester

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 Colchester will ensure minimal downtime as much as possible.

If you are experiencing problems with your boiler, call our heating engineer in Colchester 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 Colchester

Experiencing a problem with your boiler shouldn’t be a nightmare, and thankfully our experienced Gas Safe registered boiler specialists in Colchester 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 Colchester will ensure minimal downtime as much as possible.

If you are experiencing problems with your boiler, call our heating engineer in Colchester 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 Colchester

Experiencing a problem with your boiler shouldn’t be a nightmare, and thankfully our experienced Gas Safe registered boiler specialists in Colchester 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 Colchester will ensure minimal downtime as much as possible.

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

Call Now For Any Boiler Emergency:

07812 121373

Facts About Colchester

Genreal Info

Colchester is a historic market town and the largest settlement within the borough of Colchester in the county of Essex. Colchester was the first Roman-founded Colonia in Britain, and Colchester lays claim to be regarded as Britain’s oldest recorded town. It was for a time the capital of Roman Britain, and is a member of the Most Ancient European Towns Network.

Situated on the River Colne, Colchester is 50 miles (80 km) northeast of London and is connected to the capital by the A12 road and its railway station which is on the Great Eastern Main Line. It is seen as a popular town for commuters, and is less than 30 miles (48 km) from London Stansted Airport and 20 miles (32 km) from the passenger ferry port of Harwich.

Colchester History

Medieval Colchester’s main landmark is Colchester Castle, which is an 11th-century Norman keep, and built on top of the vaults of the old Roman temple. There are notable medieval ruins in Colchester, including the surviving gateway of the Benedictine abbey of St John the Baptist (known locally as “St John’s Abbey”), and the ruins of the Augustinian priory of St Botolph (known locally as “St Botolph’s Priory”). Many of Colchester’s parish churches date from this period.

Colchester developed rapidly during the later 14th century as a centre of the woollen cloth industry, and became famous in many parts of Europe for its russets (fabrics of a grey-brown colour). This allowed the population to recover exceptionally rapidly from the effects of the Black Death, particularly by immigration into the town. Rovers Tye Farm, now a pub on Ipswich Road, has been documented as being established by 1353.

Area’s Nearby Colchester we cover