Are you looking for an emergency plumbing and heating company in Pimlico? Zest Property Maintenance Services has an expert team of highly trained plumbers that are able to provide you with emergency plumbing and heating services in Pimlico, London.
With many years of experience, our emergency plumbing and heating services can be trusted and relied upon for quality of work. Our plumbers work to the highest standards and it's this that makes us different to our competitors in Pimlico and across London.
Trying to find an emergency plumbing and heating company in Pimlico can be difficult. Who do you use? Can the company do the job proficiently? Are they trustworthy?
At Zest Property Maintenance Services we aim to exceed your expectations. Our engineers are fully qualified and have the necessary accreditations required to service your plumbing needs efficiently.
We have been serving in Pimlico and the London community for over 10 years and have doubled in size in the last 2 years. Our experienced Gas Safe registered plumbers, look forward to serving you.
Recent news for Pimlico, London
Migrants barricade entrance to Comfort Inn hotel in London
The group complain that instead of the ensuite single rooms they had at a guesthouse in Essex they are now being forced to share four to a single room with two bunk beds.
Migrants sleep on pavement outside hotel in protest due to over-crowding
Migrants were set to sleep on the pavement for a third night running in protest at cramped conditions. Around 20 asylum seekers from various countries were continuing a sit-in outside the Comfort Inn ...
Asylum seekers barricade London hotel in protest over conditions
A group of asylum seekers have camped outside a hotel in central London for 48 hours in protest over the cramped living conditions inside.On Friday about 20 people could be seen on the pavement ...
Migrants in stand off with Home Office after being ‘made to live four per room’ in central London hotel
Multiple asylum seekers have been “left on the street” after falling into a dispute with the Home Office about their temporary hotel accommodation.
Home Office didn’t tell council they were dumping migrants before hotel protest, leader claims
The Home Office failed to tell a council it was transferring migrants to their area before they mounted a pavement protest over their hotel conditions, the authority’s leader has said.