Get Your Plumbing Problems Solved Today – 10% Off For New Customers
10% Off For New Customers
That’s 10% off the labour of your first job with us. It’s our way of saying “thanks” for giving us a try!
No Call Out Charges
This means we won’t charge you just to come out. You only pay once you’ve agreed a price and we’ve finished the job.
You’ll get a free estimate of what your plumbing job will cost to complete before any work begins.
Your Local Plumber
Hi, I’m George, your local plumber covering the Rainham area. I’ve been in the plumbing & heating trade for 20 years and love to take care of my customers.
Whether your have a plumbing, heating, boiler, or gas problem, I can fix it for you.
Plus you’ll always keep your costs under control because there are no call out charges – and you always get a free estimate before I do any work for you.
So if you’d like to talk to me about your plumbing or heating job, please call me for a chat.
Plumbing Services – How Can We Help You?
Taps Fixed & Replaced
Blocked Pipes Cleared
Running Overflows Fixed
Emergency Plumbing Callouts
Central Heating & Boilers – Repaired Or Replaced
Hot Water Cylinders
Radiators Installed & Repaired
Central Heating Pumps
Heating Thermostats, Programmers & Timers
Gas Services To Keep You Safe At Home
Landlord’s Gas Safety Certificates
Gas Hob & Cooker Installations
Gas Fire Repairs & Servicing
Rainham is located in the London Borough of Havering on the east side of Greater London. It has a population of 12,482 people and was historically part of the county of Essex. Rainham fronts the north bank of the River Thames and has seen significant growth in the 20th century due to London’s suburban growth.
Rainham has been part of Greater London since 1965 which largely contributed to the town’s economic shift from agriculture to industry and production. The town falls within The London Thames Gateway Development Corporation’s London Riverside section.
In the Domesday Book of 1086, Rainham is recorded as Raineham, which either means “home of a man called Regna” or “home of the Roegingas”.
Like the other settlements along the River Thames, Rainham largely depended on the river for trade. In 1929, the town’s agriculture sector was largely transitioned into market gardening and the ferry between London and Rainham were replaced with coaching links. A railway station opened in 1854, which also contributed to the growth in the town’s industrial development.
The only medieval building in Rainham that survived is the Church of St Helen and St Giles. The industrial growth during the 1800’s gave rise to residential development and the layout of roads.
After the Great War, Rainham became a suburb of London. The estates were divided for housing schemes and many smallholders from Bow and West Ham purchased the plots. Supporting infrastructure like roads and sewage systems also had to be improved during the 1960’s.