Bulgari

From dazzling jewels, bewildering fragrances, cutting edge fashion and now luxury hotels, Bulgari is the epitome of Italian style.
 
Dating back to 1894, the company was founded by a Greek immigrant to Italy, named Sotirio Voulgaris, opening his first store on the Via Sistina in Rome.
 
With Italians unable to pronounce his name correctly, Voulgaris decided to change it using the phonetic spelling of Bulgari, with his decedents later replacing the u with a v to emphasise the family’s Greek roots.
 
In 1905, Bulgari opened what would become his flagship store on the historic Via Condotti, a store which today still retains its place as the jeweller’s vitrine.
 
What separates Bulgari from other jewellers, is the company’s trademark style of basing their designs on 2,700 years of Greco-Roman history.
Bulgari London Heathrow
Innovative, bold, contemporary and audacious are all ways of describing how Bulgari has stayed at the forefront, of what is today a very competitive marketplace.
 
One of Bulgari’s most famous clients, Richard Burton, once joked while filming Cleopatra in Rome, “The only word Liz knows in Italian is Bulgari”. This was of course in reference to Elizabeth Taylor’s love of jewellery.
 
Now into their fourth generation of family ownership, the Bulgari Empire consists of 290 retail locations around the globe, making the company the third largest jeweller in the world behind Cartier and Tiffany.
 
In 1975 Bulgari jumped on the technological bandwagon, producing a digital watch for 100 of the company’s best clients, and while the design and precious metals used were true to Bulgari’s style, the digital technology used in the watch can now be bought for a few pounds.
 
Fortunately, this move into horology saw Bulgari team up with Swiss watch designer Gérald Genta, asking him to design a classic timepiece that would be true to the company’s origins.
 
Not only did Genta deliver a classic design, he also paved the way with his embellishment of the Bulgari name on the bezel for other fashion houses to follow suit.
 
This labelling, or branding of a product spurned a generation of other companies to emblazon their name on high-end expensive goods.
 
What Genta did, by inscribing Bvlgari on the bezel, was to provide a way for Bulgari’s customers to show off that they could afford to have a very expensive watch, cheaper perhaps than buying a Ferrari, but nevertheless just as effective.
 
In the early 1990’s Bulgari launched their first fragrance Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert, (Green Tea) a favourite of Broadway and film star Amanda Seyfried.
 
The perfume is described as having an initial rush of citrus notes, before a whiff of honey being dipped into a bitter-lime infused green tea awakens your senses.
 
Bulgari decided to take the company public in 1995, listing on the  Borsa Italiana, where it experienced steady growth for a decade, before being bought up by Louis Vuitton for a staggering £4 billion in March of 2011.
 
Now under the umbrella of the massive LVMH group, Bulgari entered into a partnership with Marriott International and their Ritz-Carlton brand in 2001. The aim was to create a collection of luxury hotels in major gateway cities, as well as luxury resort destinations.
 
By picking only the best locations in high-end neighbourhoods, and branding the properties with the timeless glamour of the Roman jeweller, Marriott hopes to make their signature hotels the place where the jet-set go to mingle.
 
Currently, there are four Bulgari hotels in Milan, London, Tokyo and Bali, with Moscow, Shanghai and Dubai all on the drawing board.
 
 
Photos thanks to Luca Conti and  Ivan Moreno
Location:
Contact and location
Terminal 2, after security
Opening hours: 05:30 – 22:00
+44 (0)20 8976 7570
 
Terminal 3, after security
Opening hours: 06:00 – 22:00
+44 (0)20 8757 1286
 
Terminal 4, after security
Opening hours: 06:00 – 22:00
+44 (0)20 8897 2373

Case Luggage

Case Luggage of London has for the past 90 years been selling the best range of baggage imaginable. Case offers an extensive collection of both check-in suitcases and carry-on luggage for the discerning traveller. Case are able to cater for all manner of tastes, sizes and style from soft-sided cases to impenetrable hard-sided luggage, in any size and colour you could possibly want.
 
Case Luggage started trading way back in 1923, opening their first luggage store at 170, Piccadilly, in London. The original location is still the home of Case’s flagship store and has the title of being one of the oldest luggage stores in the world.
 
During World War II the store remained open during the Blitz, primarily selling Revelation branded travel cases, a name which was considered to be the finest available luggage of the time.
 
Towards the end of the 1960’s Case’s owners decided to sell the brand name Revelation to fellow British luggage maker Antler. Meanwhile, the store in Piccadilly continued to trade under the name Revelation but, started to sell a wider multi-brand choice of goods.
 
The original store saw big changes happen in 1988 when Revelation Piccadilly as the store was known, got sold to South African-born businessman Stephen Spitz. Immediately the store was brought up to date with a modern look, more fitting to the times. The changes also saw the arrival of various international brands of luggage including Longchamp, Zero Halliburton and TUMI.
 
Spitz sold the store in 1992 in order to pursue other business interests, but bought the company back in 1997; changing the trading name to Case, while also introducing both Samsonite and Delsey luggage to the store’s line-up.
 
Following the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York and the London bus bombings, the travel industry saw a 65% downturn, leaving Spitz on the brink of bankruptcy.
 
Not one to throw the towel in lightly, Spitz managed to do a deal with Harrods owner Mohamed Fayed, a lifeline that would see him able to sell his luggage in the prestigious Knightsbridge store.
 
Spitz would later go on to partner with other top London stores, Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and Hoopers, while also opening a retail outlet at Gatwick airport and later at London Heathrow.
TUMI Case London Heathrow
According to CEO Spitz, TUMI was the anchor collection in Case’s stores, while also being able to offer the company’s customers the most innovative, quality made luggage from around the world.
 
Spitz believes that Case Luggage has now built themselves a reputation of offering quality leather goods and luggage from the most recognised manufacturers and is committed to adding new products as they become available.
 
Currently, Case Luggage trades from its nine stores in and around London, while also having a huge presence on the Internet, as online sales continue to grow.
 
The philosophy of the company and their beliefs remain the same as they look forward to continued growth with the opening of new locations, while also expanding their presence to a world-wide audience on the web.
 
Location:
Heathrow Terminal 2, after security
Opening hours: 05:30 – 22:00
+44 (0)20 8976 7530
Photos courtesy of Case and Jeepers Media.

Be Relax Spa & Lounge

Be Relax came about with the concept of making an airport layover something you would look forward to before your connecting flight rather than a chore you had to undergo.
 
The idea of putting a health spa in an airport terminal was the brainchild of Frenchman Frederic Briest, when in 2003 during a long journey in South America that involved a great many stops along the way. Despite being in some of the continents remotest cities, Briest noticed that you were always able to purchase cigarettes and spirits, yet finding a place just to chill out and unwind was almost impossible.
 
On his return to France, Frederic told his brother Nicolas of his idea to open wellness spas in airports, and almost immediately Nicolas was on board, convinced that the concept would be a success.
 
The first Be Relax wellness spa opened in 2004, at Paris’s Charles de Gaulle, with the purpose of allowing any passenger and not just the members of airline elite clubs to have a place to go where they could relax and get pampered before their flight.
 
Be Relax also wanted to stress to their customers that they were not just another high-street beauty salon looking to expand their business by opening a branch at the local airport, but a company determined to help alleviate jet lag and take the stress out of flying.
 
The second principle of Be Relax was to create a look that would be easily recognisable and simple to recreate as the company looked to expand abroad from their base in France.
 
The image was achieved by building a futuristic blue-lit enclave within their retail space that was not only space like in appearance, but also modern and chic.
 
Armed with an easy to understand price list that advertises ten-minute shoulder massages and speedy pedicures, Be Relax is your go-to location for that quick beauty fix as well.
 
To take advantage of Be Relax services you do not need to make an appointment with most treatments taking 30 minutes or less. You also do not need to remove your clothes unless opting for a full-body Swedish table massage in a private treatment room.
 
Services available include the following: Chair massagers, Table massages, Oxygen Aroma Therapy, Manicure, Pedicure, Facial Skin Care, Waxing and Hair Care.
 
If you haven’t got time to take advantage of Be Relax treatments, they have you covered with travel packs you can use while you’re up in the air.
Be-Relax-neck-pillow
Products include a range of pre-charged massagers designed to help alleviate neck and back ache.
 
Special compression travel socks that help to stimulate the legs while lessening your chances of suffering deep vein thrombosis during your flight.
 
Specially designed neck pillows using memory foam technology with reusable heat pads, which allow you to get a good night’s sleep, just as if you were home in your own bed.
 
Be Relax continues to grow around the world and can now be found in more than 40 airports.
Location:
The Be Relax Wellness Spa can be found after security, in Terminal 5 at Heathrow airport next to Harrods, in-between Gate B45 and B46.

Cartier

When it comes time to demonstrate how much you love someone, a gift from Parisian jeweller Cartier is a time-tested winner in the game of Romance. Be it a diamond engagement ring, or a love bracelet that you need a screwdriver to remove, nothing says I love you more than a gift from Cartier.
 
Maison Cartier was founded in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier, after he inherited the jewellery workshop at 29, Rue Montorgueil, in Paris, from his master Adolphe Picard.
 
The name Cartier did not gain its worldwide recognition until the 20th century, when Louis Cartier’s grandsons Pierre and Jacques, and Louis were running the family business.
 
Relocating the premises to the Rue de la Paix, in 1899 the prestigious hub of cosmopolitan Paris, the new store attracted the rich and famous from around the world.
 
The three brothers plotted to build an empire based in Paris, yet had their sights set on a much larger marketplace.
 
In 1904 Pierre and Louis travelled to Imperial Russia, a country that fascinated the pair while also introducing them to the designs of St. Petersburg jeweller Faberge.
 
In 1909 Cartier opened its first overseas store in London on New Bond Street immediately attracting the attention of the English aristocracy.
 
A few years later the youngest brother Jacque took control of the family’s London boutique and cultivated ties with Indian maharajas who entrusted Cartier with the task of setting dazzling gemstones in the modern style of the day.
 
Pierre Cartier meanwhile, took the family business to New York, where he developed a clientele consisting of new world industrialist and the stars of the silent films.
 
A few decades later Cartier had become the preferred jeweller of the Hollywood celebrities, extraordinary figures who discovered the spirit of excellence that has always driven house, Cartier.
 
In fact, you could say that Cartier invented the wristwatch when in 1904 he was asked by Brazilian, playboy and aviator, Alberto Santos Dumont to build him a timepiece he could use while flying.
 
Louis Cartier obliged, creating a wristwatch that he called the “Santos” a watch that is easily recognizable by its exposed screws, and rounded angle of the dial.
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One symbol of Cartier that has never aged is the company’s iconic tank watch, a timepiece that is just as much at home in the boutique’s window today as it was back on its introduction in 1919.
 
When the watch was taking shape as the world moved away from Art Nouveau towards Art Deco and modernism, with the thought that less is more and that form must follow function, Cartier delivered the “Tank” a sleek instantly recognisable watch that has never been bettered.
 
Rumour has it that Cartier’s rectangular watch was inspired by the French Army’s two-man Renault FT-17 tank, and you can see the similarities between the tanks treads and the design of the watch. If you were to ask anyone at Cartier’s though, they would tell you it was just a natural progression from the earlier Santos.
 
Regardless of how the watch came about, it was an instant hit with Greta Garbo, and Rudolf Valentino, remaining fashionable thought the 50’s and 60’s with A-List stars such as Cary Grant, Andy Warhol and Jackie Kennedy Onassis.
 
More recently the tank has been the watch of choice for the late Princess Diana, Angelina Jolie and Michelle Obama.
 
Location:
Cartier’s elegant jewellery and watches, along with an exquisite range of leather goods, pens and clocks can be found after security in Heathrow Airport terminals 3, 4 and 5.
 
Terminal 3, after security
Opening hours: 06:00 – 22:00 (in Harrods)
+44 (0)20 8745 6000
 
Terminal 4, after security
Opening hours: 05:30 – 22:00
+44 (0)20 8283 6072
 
Terminal 5, after security
Opening hours: 05:30 – 22:00
 

  • +44 (0)20 8283 6072

 
Photos courtesy of Stephen Carlisle and Guy Sie.

Heathrow Airport Year 10 Work Experiences

Heathrow airport, the businesses that operate at Heathrow, and the airlines that fly in and out of London all provide year 10 work experiences for students that need to fulfill a work experience requirement. Most positions are one week long and are designed to give you an experience that mimics what it is like to work at that company in a specific position.
As a student work experiences are a great opportunity to:

  1. Experience a potential employer
  2. Try a potential job
  3. Meet people who you can ask for help or references for in the future
  4. Find out what it is like to work in a “real job”

According to an employer survey conducted by Gumtree 90% of employers think that a successful work experience provided a benefit for those applying for jobs.,
At Heathrow Airport there are many opportunities for work experiences. Two of the most popular programs are:

  1. British Airways Work Experiences
  2. Heathrow Airport Work Experiences

British Airways Work Experiences

BAA provides a work experience program all across England, essentially wherever they fly. The program is easy to find on their website and applying is also easy. The schedule generally starts in October and updated information is provided on the British Airways Careers website. The openings are literally listed as job openings at the company.
British Airways Careers Website

Heathrow Airport Work Experiences

Heathrow Airport provides a work experience program in several different job families found at the airport. These are specific to the positions available there, rather than at the retailers or airlines. Heathrow welcomes applications via email. Read the Work Experiences page for detailed information on what to include in your email so that you get their attention.
Heathow Airport Work Experiences
 
If you are aware of other work experience programs available at Heathrow please let me know by using the Contact form and I will be happy to include the information here.

Burberry

Burberry is an English, luxury fashion house with a focus towards ready-to-wear outerwear, and fashion accessories. From the iconic British trench coat to the Haymarket plaid cashmere scarf, Burberry is revered around the world as the archetype of a classic, timeless, style of dressing.
 
Established in 1856 by Thomas Nicolas Burberry, a former draper’s apprentice, Burberry first started selling men’s outerwear from a small shop in Basingstoke, Hampshire, aimed primarily at the local sporting gentry.Basingstoke, Hampshire, aimed primarily at the local sporting gentry.
 
Burberry’s claim to fame was a fabric he invented a fabric called “gabardine”, a breathable, water-repellent cotton thread that was first waterproofed, before being tightly woven into cloth.
 
Burberry used his cloth, to not only make jackets, but also tents, that both Shackleton and Roald Amundsen used on their polar expeditions.
 
It was World War I, where the gabardine, as the jacket was then known came into its own following a commission from the British War Office.  The Army did have some suggestions, though, telling Burberry to incorporate D-rings into the belt so that satchels containing grenades could be carried as well as epaulettes on the shoulders to secure gas masks.
 
This new design became what we now, without thinking of how it came about affectionately call the trench coat.
Burberry Heathrow Airport
Not long after the war Burberry decided to add his recently trademarked, camel coloured Haymarket check fabric to the lining, where it remained barely noticed for the next 50 years.
 
Between the wars, Burberry prospered producing fashions for the sporting set, the leisure classes that spent their time out on the links, or in the saddle.
 
When World War II broke out Burberry shifted his production to the war effort producing waterproof clothing for all the armed services.
Following the war, and now well into the golden age of Hollywood, Burberry’s iconic trench coat was seen worn by Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca, Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s and later by Peter Sellers playing Inspector Clouseau in the Pink Panther films.
 
The swinging sixties still today remain as the defining decade for Britain, a time when Mary Quant and Jean Shrimpton were all the rage, a time when the upper echelons of society had their suits still made on Saville Row.
 
Of the high-street fashion retailers back then Aquascutum, Hardy Amies and Jaeger were all the rage, but sadly they, unlike Burberry were unable to adapt to the times falling Burberry not only in sales but brand recognition as well.
 
Another Burberry classic and every Anglophile’s dream, is, of course, their Scottish-made camel coloured cashmere scarf, featuring the Haymarket plaid design.
 
Produced in a 200-year-old mill, incorporating 30 steps using traditional looms, this must have fashion accessory is everyone’s idea of the perfect gift.
 
The downside, however, is that it does not come cheap, with a price tag of £330, but then again, you only get one go round in life, so why not treat yourself to a quality product that will give you pleasure for years to come.
 
Location: Burberry shops can be found in Terminals 2, 3, 4, and 5 after the security check point.
 
Terminal 2, after security
Opening hours: 05:30 – 22:00
+44 (0)20 8897 1167
 
Terminal 3, after security
Opening hours: 06:00 – 22:00
+44 (0)20 8564 8125
 
Terminal 4, after security
Opening hours: 06:00 – 22:00
+44 (0)20 8759 8873
 
Terminal 5, after security
Opening hours: 05:30 – 22:00
+44 (0)20 8283 8343
Photos thanks to Slayer and Robert Shele.

Accessorize

The easily recognisable high-street fashion retailer Accessorize is just one of the many upmarket shops you will find at London Heathrow.
The brain-child of former Portobello Road stall holder Peter Simon, Accessorize is a spin off that grew out of the success of Monsoon, a chain of   woman’s fashion outlets that Peter started following what he describes as a life-changing trip to India in the early 70’s.
Inspired by the sights and sounds of the Indian sub-continent, Monsoon’s mission was to introduce clothes to the British public that were true to their ethnic origins.
Clothes that were made using handlooms and woodblock printing, with natural dyes derived from pomegranates and indigo plants.
Following the opening of Monsoon’s first shop on Beauchamp Place in 1973 the fashion giant decided ten years later that it was time to open a sister brand that would sell goods to partner alongside Monsoons already trendy fashions,  and so Accessorize was born.
The location of the first Accessorize store could not have been chosen better, with the now re-born flower market of Covent Garden seeing a Renaissance in business thanks to the number of fashionable names relocating to Westminster.
Designed to be a chic shop selling that one item that would be the finishing touch to complete the outfit to die for, Accessorize hit the jackpot as tourists flocked to Covent Garden, not only to shop for that must have London souvenir, but also to watch the talented street performers ply their trade.
London was cool again and Accessorize were there ready to cash in on the lucrative fashion accessory market with their stylish handbags, scarfs and jewellery.
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Since those humble beginnings Accessorize has opened 240 stores in the United Kingdom, while also investing abroad with over 800 world-wide locations.
Accessorize is dedicated to bringing well priced quality globally sourced fashion accessories to the high street. The seasonally inspired in-house designed product range looks to not only keep up with the latest fashion fads, but also allow you to use our wide range of accessories to compliment your own personal style.
Location
Accessorize is located in Heathrow Terminal 5 immediately after you pass through the security check point across from and next to newsagent WH Smith.
Hours
Accessorize is open from 5am till 10pm seven days a week.
Contact
Tel- +44 (020) 82836321.
Jobs at Accessorize
Monsoon/Accessorize is always on the lookout for talented people who are not only creative in thought but a team player on the ground. Accessorize care about their workers and offer plenty of room for personal growth by always trying to promote from within house.
Image credit goes to Karen Roe and Stu Smith for the use of their photos.

Wine & Dine your Clients Near London Heathrow Airport

Business meeting facility HeathrowTop executives from all over the world fly into London Heathrow airport every day for business meetings, corporate dinners, product launch parties and many other types of corporate event in London.
In the surrounding vicinity of the airport, within a short taxi ride, you can find locations for all types of event, however formal or informal. In fact the airport itself offers a number of business lounges and meeting rooms which are available to hire by the hour, such as the Regus Express business lounge at Heathrow Terminal 5 There are also many private dining rooms in London which lend themselves to business meetings ideally combining food and drink with their private room facilities.
The right setting and environment is paramount to the success of any business meeting or corporate event and if you’ve been put in charge of making the arrangements it’s your job to get it right. Naturally business meeting requirements will differ, but there are several key aspects to consider and ask yourself when booking a venue.

Do you need food and drink?

Drinks, at the very least water, are a necessity for all business meetings, however you need to consider whether food will be required. While many business meeting venues can cater modestly, a private dining room in one of London’s top restaurants may be a better way to impress your clients, and spoil them with a deliciously catered business meeting.

Do you need a concierge service?

Depending on the size of your event you might consider a concierge service. However with so many venues and restaurants offering their own in house events management team, the need for a concierge service has lessened. If you’re really look to impress clients, or would like someone to shift the blame onto if things go awry, a concierge service is worth considering, but it will certainly add to the cost of your arrangements.

Do you need accommodation?

If your clients are planning to spend the night in London after a business meeting you may need to arrange accommodation. Perhaps clients will even want to stay the night before if it’s an early event. There are several great hotels around Heathrow airport which offer accommodation along with in-house meeting facilities, ideally suited to these situations.

Do you need media facilities?

While many professionals will bring laptops to business meetings, the type of event you are hosting may require additional facilities. The main aspects to consider are Wi-Fi or internet access, a TV screen or a projector along with a PA/Audio system if you are planning to do a presentation. A document station for printing, scanning or faxing is a further worthwhile facility.
Hopefully these tips will ensure your meeting is a success It’s always, but of course it is always best to visit a venue and make sure you know how everything works before a business meeting, in order to avoid any embarrassing moments when it takes place!
 
Image: https://www.flickr.com/photos/niexecutive/6806622751

The Best London Blog for Lodging, Shopping, and Staying

London Blogs Have Great Local Information
Living in a big city can always be a good idea at some point. It is because in big cities, there are so many interesting places we can visit. The facilities in big cities are also quite complete. Everything you need is always available in big cities, such as workplaces to seek jobs, universities and schools for your studies, and entertaining places that can entertain you non-stop in 24 hours. Big cities are always busy and crowded. For those who don’t like crowds, big cities can be very annoying but for those who like to socialize and make friends, big cities are like heaven. There are many interesting big cities in many countries around the world that are suitable for tourist destination, study destination, or even job destination, such as New York in the United States, Paris in France, Amsterdam in Netherlands, Tokyo in Japan, Beijing in China, and of course, London in England. In this part, it seems that London is one of the best places to visit in this world because it has many historical places that are interesting to visit. The information about this city is very easy to find, especially if you visit a London blog through your cellphone or computer.
As you might have known, London is the capital city of England in Europe. England itself is a very well-known country in the world thanks to its history for centuries. This country is ruled by a queen and adopts monarchy system. So, you can expect to see royalties with all of their royal attributes in most national ceremonies held in this country, especially in the city of London itself. Now, if you are interested to come to London, then you have to have a guide in the first place. In this digital era, the simplest way to get information about the place we want to visit is to browse the internet. Of course in this case, you can try to find a London blog to get some information about many interesting things or places in London.
The first thing you may want to know is about tourism objects in London. Well, your head will actually spin in this part because London has tons of tourism objects to visit, ranging from the Big Ben Tower to London Bridge. There are also other interesting places such as Buckingham Palace, Stonehenge, Thames River, and many others. There are also tons of luxurious restaurants that you can find in every district of London once you stomach is growling. Not only that, once you have filled you stomach, you can try to visit museums and art galleries that are spread in London. The nightlife in this city is as entertaining as its tourism objects. You can relax at riverside of Thames River while enjoying the view with your friends of families. Then, once your body feels tired, you can find tons of places to stay. There are many hotels in this city that can accommodate every tourist coming to this city, ranging from simple hotels or inns to luxurious 5 star hotels. You just need to find one that matches with your taste and budget. All of that information about London you be found in any London blog you visit. So, it is not a hard thing to do to find interesting things to do or interesting places to visit in London once you have decided to visit this city.

Finding an Emergency Plumber in London

Although the occurrence of emergency plumbing situations are virtually inevitable, you can minimize such by regularly checking the integrity of your plumbing, also by replacing worn out equipment and parts. You need to regularly check both plumbing and heating systems in your home to minimise the occurrence of emergency situations that might occur. With that being said, if you find yourself in a situation where you need to locate an emergency plumber in London, this can be likened to trying to find a needle in a haystack, if you are not equipped with the necessary information.
If you live in London and have an emergency situation with your plumbing, the first right move is to run a quick search to locate an emergency plumber, a Google search will help you come up with a quick short list to work with, you definitely don’t have time to waste when you have water spilled all over your kitchen or living room due to a plumbing problem. After getting the contact details of a plumbing company that can provide you with emergency plumbing service, you will be better off if you have some understanding of the situation at hand, just briefly assess the situation to at least know what to tell the plumbing company when you call, try to be as specific as possible. Is it really a plumbing problem or a heating problem? It could be an electrical problem that is making your plumbing to be dysfunctional.
Another thing you need to do is to confirm the charges involved, you can get such information from the website of the plumbing company, know if they charge extra for call-out services, you should definitely go with a company that doesn’t charge for simply visiting your property, payment should be done only when something is fixed and you get a proper quote.
You will be better off if you call a plumbing company that offer other services beyond plumbing, just so any other potential problems can be handled as well. DT Plumbing and Heating is a London based plumbing and heating company that also handles electrical repairs and drainages, if you are in London and have an emergency plumbing situation, then DT Plumbing & Heating is the right company to call, with experienced and trustworthy expert technicians, you are in good hands.
DT Plumbing & Heating have highly experienced engineers that are ready to come to your property as soon as you make the call, highly trained engineers are available 24 hours everyday, because emergency situations can occur anytime of the day.
So it doesn’t matter if you are in West London, South London, East London or North London, your plumbing, drainage or heating problems can be fixed with no call-out fee. With a response time of 30 minutes, you can have your emergency situation handled with no delay.
Finding an emergency plumber in London is something that doesn’t have to be difficult, with most plumbing companies available to deliver services 24 hours a day, you can get the best plumbing service company in London by simply following the guidance provided here.