Nigel Bluett & Son Plumbing & Heating Ltd is a family business. Both Nigel and his son are Plumbers in their own right.
With 20 plus years experience, Nigel Bluett is very well respected as a plumber in the Forest of Dean area. He prides himself on giving professional advice and getting the job done.
All types of plumbing installations and repairs
• Residential and commercial
• Plumbing for new builds
• Repairs and maintenance
Every plumbing job you can think of
• Bathroom installations
• Shower installations
• Central Heating power flushing & chemical treatment.
• Gas and Oil systems, including repairs
• Solar heating
• Underfloor heating systems specialists
Boilers fitted and serviced around the Forest of Dean
Nigel supplies and fits any make of boiler, and will advise which is most suitable in your purposes. He is an official service engineer for Trianco, Firebird and Warmflow.
Gas Safe registered
Nigel Bluett & Son are Gas Safe registered plumbers (No.16005) and are fully insured, so you can employ them with confidence.
Nigel Bluett & Sons are based in Berry Hill, Coleford in the Forest of Dean. When you need a good plumber, call them for a free quote on 01594 836066.
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Mr Bluett has done several jobs for me over a number of years including tiling and fitting out two bathrooms and a shower room, putting a new tank in the loft, installing a new boiler and fitting an unvented...
Even in these extreme weather conditions, just one phone call and Nigel got through the snow to repair our boiler.Professional service, no hesitation in giving 5stars. R.Cooper, Parkend.
Excellent quick service. On two separate occasions have contacted Nigel who has responded and sorted the issues quickly and efficiently.
Nigel fitted a new oil fired boiler very efficiently and quickly, in doing the work he identified and rectified an oil flow problem (of which we had been aware) with a minimum of fuss and with low cost...
Nigel saved our Christmas bacon by coming out at short notice when our hot water stopped working today (3 days before Christmas) I can't imagine how many times we would have to boiled the kettle for all...