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 Slade Green 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
About Slade Green
Slade Green is a locality around 14 miles to the south-east of Charing Cross. It is part of the London Borough of Bexley and in close proximity to the border with Kent. Slade Green is on the south bank of the River Thames and immediately to the south-east of Erith.
There is an array of notable buildings in Slade Green. The Howbury Moat is the Scheduled Ancient Monument that is located between Slade Green and the Crayford Marshes. The interior of this site includes a 16th-century country house with significant architectural details.
There are also Second World War anti-aircraft batteries in Slade Green’s London artillery zone that have been listed by the Department for Culture, Media, and Sport after an investigation by English Heritage.
Other listed buildings in the locality include the Railway Tavern and the Grange and Cottages at Howbury Farm. The railway workers’ cottages along Oak Road dates back to 1900 and also fall within the conservation area.
St Augustine’s Church’s construction began in 1899. The building was extended in 1911, but it had to be restored after Second World War air raids in 1944 caused damage to the structure. In 1991, a fire destroyed a roof and interior fabric. Again, rebuilding and restoration were required.
In 1980, the adjacent Crayford Marshes was designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The marshes contain communities of seals as well as amphibians and reptiles. It is a popular destination for bird watchers and the Slade Green residents.