How we're operating during the COVID-19 pandemic

Find out more How we’re operating during COVID-19
  • Get the best quotes, fast!
  • Over 5,000 engineers across the UK
  • Gas Safe registered engineers

Need a New Boiler?

Get FREE no-obligation quotes now!

  • No delays! Get quotes today
  • Compare quotes & get the best prices
  • Gas Safe & OFTEC registered engineers
 4.8 stars

1,532 reviews

 4.8 stars

1,532 reviews

Find boiler and heating engineers in South West

Please select your area from the list and start your search or get a quote now

South West

The South West of England is the country’s largest region covering 9,200 square miles and home to around 5 million people. Boasting the country’s best and longest coastline, the warmest summers and delicious inventions such as Cornish pasties, Devon cream tea, Cheddar cheese and cider, it’s no wonder it is the UK’s most popular holiday destination.

A little history...
Stonehenge in Wiltshire is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been dated from around 3000 BC to 2000 BC.

Although declared ‘dead’ in the 19th century, Cornish still survives as an official minority language with increasing numbers of bilingual speakers, Cornish language books and films and even a Cornish speaking creche opening in 2010.

You may not know...
Cary Grant, Hollywood actor, was born in 1904 in Bristol. His real name was Archibald Leach and his first theatre role was at The Bristol Hippodrome.

Cheltenham is a spa town because of a flock of pigeons who kept gathering around a specific spot at the edge of the town. When the locals looked into the area it was found they were attracted by a mineral spring. Today, the pigeons are honoured by being included in the town’s crest.

Bath is the only UK city to have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Famous face: Sir Walter Raleigh, pioneering explorer, was born in Devon around 1554.

Temperature Trivia
Annual average: 11 - 12°C
Coldest months: February and March, between 1 - 2°C (average)
Highest ever recorded: 34.5°C, Yeovilton, Somerset, 3rd August 1990
Lowest ever recorded: -16.7°C, Devon, 21st January 1940

FREE boiler quotes

  • No delay, get 3 quotes today
  • Compare for best prices
  • Gas Safe & OFTEC registered engineers
4.6/ 5
22,629 reviews

Need a new boiler?

Get FREE no-obligation quotes now!

Excellent 4.8 out of 5