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Emergency Plumbers 24 hours provides quality, reliable services to suit all types of jobs. Our talented operators work hard to offer 24 hour support in Wraysbury, so call us now for any planned or unplanned plumbing projects. We provide an extremely fast response to those unexpected emergencies because we know they can be upsetting. No matter the size of the job or time of day.
As an emergency response local plumber, we cover Wraysbury with our rapid response service. We also cover the west London and surrounding areas. So if your area isn't listed here, ask for a quote as we are sure we can help.
Our engineers work 24 hours day and night, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. So our qualified plumbers are ready and able to help, no matter the size of the job. Work carried out by our engineers is fully insured and comes with 6 months warranty.
Wraysbury and surrounding area:
We supply both businesses and residential customers in the Wraysbury and surrounding areas - and as we are a local plumber we are never far from where you need us.
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07494 691 692
Local Area Info
Wraysbury is a village and civil parish on the east (left) bank of the River Thames, about midway between Windsor and Staines, and 18 miles (29 km) west by south-west of London. Until 1974 it was in the county of Buckinghamshire. It was administered by Berkshire County Council between 1974 and 1998, and now by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead; however the Wraysbury Reservoir is in the Spelthorne district of Surrey.
Investigation by Windsor and Wraysbury Archaeological Society of a field in the centre of Wraysbury to the east of St Andrew's Church revealed evidence of human activity in Neolithic times. Many hundreds of flint artefacts were found and are now in the care of the Windsor Museum collection.
The village name was traditionally spelt Wyrardisbury; it is Anglo Saxon in origin and means 'Wïgrǣd's fort'. Its name is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Wirecesberie and as Wiredesbur in 1195. The name is seen again as Wyrardesbury in 1422.
The village was a portion of hunting grounds when the Saxons resided[clarification needed] at Old Windsor. New Windsor was built in 1110 by King Henry I and he moved in, in 1163. The lands around Wraysbury were held by a number of noblemen.
Our recommended plumbers (see reviews below) cover the area with a 1-hour response, so get in touch for any plumbing emergencies. We are on hand to help local residents and businesses in the area.
We know that when a boiler goes wrong, or something starts to leak it can be a stressful and unpleasant experience. That’s why we are available 24 hours a day! Helping you get back on track.