Local emergency call-out service
At PGS we understand that you never know when an emergency might occur, and so we have experienced PGS plumbers and Gas Safe registered engineers standing by for emergency call outs.
Emergency Contact: 0203 674 1686
We never charge a call out fee, although rates may vary depending on the time of day or night. Whatever your plumbing or heating emergency, we're here to help.
For immediate attention we suggest you call us on this number - 0203 674 1686 – and a trained PGS plumber can be dispatched to your door to resolve the problem with the minimum of disruption to your routine.
Our emergency services include:
Homes rely on the local emergency service PGS offers, and the peace of mind that comes with knowing that a qualified tradesman is on-hand with the necessary expertise and resources to resolve your emergency.
Please note that although we endeavour to provide the best possible service for our customers, we are a local company with finite resources and as such we cannot guarantee to always have a tradesman available at all times and in every location in which we operate.
All work is guaranteed and we won’t use costly methods or materials to rectify the problem if a simple repair or component replacement will suffice. With a dedicated spare parts team we are well placed to get your systems back up and running in the shortest possible time.
We're only a phone call away and we're standing by with the full range of PGS services.
If you have an emergency contact us now for immediate attention.
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