Reliable, experienced, fully qualified heating engineer and plumber, Leeds
With years of experience working as a plumber and heating engineer, Paul Scurfield Plumbing & Heating should be your first call for all your plumbing and central heating requirements. If you are looking for a plumber in Leeds you’ve come to the right place. From small plumbing and heating repairs to full heating installations, we can take care of your needs quickly and efficiently. So whether it’s a leaking tap, a broken down boiler, or new boiler installation in Leeds, you can count on us.
Based in Roundhay in Leeds, we can provide over the phone estimates for small plumbing repairs, boiler repairs or boiler servicing. For the larger jobs fixed quotes will be provided free of charge. This covers things like boiler installations, heating installations, or replacement radiators. If we need to carry out any extra work, we will always discuss it with you before going ahead. You can phone, email, or text Paul for free friendly advice on the best way forward. Alternatively you can fill in the contact form in the contact section.
For more information about Paul Scurfield Plumbing & Heating see my first blog post.
Looking for a heating engineer or plumber in Leeds? Why choose us?
At Paul Scurfield Plumbing & Heating, you get a fully qualified, experienced Leeds plumber and heating engineer with over 15 years experience in the trade. There are so many engineers to choose from that finding a reliable, reasonably priced plumber in Leeds can be a difficult task. With us you can be confident that whatever the job, we will deal with it quickly and professionally. Your home will be left clean and tidy by a friendly competent plumbing and heating engineer.
Is your heating engineer Gas Safe Registered?
The most important thing to check when choosing anyone to work on Gas in your home is that they are Gas Safe registered. It is illegal for anyone not Gas Safe registered to carry out any gas work. What’s more, this is the only way you will know if an engineer is properly trained to work safely on gas in your home. Visit the Gas Safe website for further information. Here you can also check if your engineer is Gas Safe registered. When anyone comes to carry out Gas work in your home, you should ask to see their Gas Safe card.