About David Lowe Plumbing and Heating Limited
About the company
David Lowe, of David Lowe Plumbing and Heating Limited, based in Haddenham, began in 1985 as a sole trader and has built the business up over 30 years to its current position as a limited company employing five full time engineers.
We have established ourselves as a provider of high quality plumbing and heating services to homeowners, landlords and developers around Cambridge, Ely, St Ives, Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds.
We pride ourselves on our professional and friendly service and have seen the company thrive as our reputation for carrying out quality installations has spread through recommendations and referrals from satisfied customers.
Our advanced heating engineers possess the skills and qualifications to carry out installations and repairs on gas, oil and LPG boilers and are all qualified to install solar hot water heating and unvented hot water cylinders.
The company is a registered member of APHC, Association of Plumbing and Heating Engineers, and IPHE, The Institution of Plumbing and Heating Engineers and Water Safe so you can be assured that all our work is fully guaranteed and insured.
Much of our work is carried out in customers' homes and we respect your property and do everything to ensure that our work area is left clean and tidy during and after every job.
We provide high levels of customer care and are always pleased to offer advice and free of charge quotations for new installations.
We cover areas including Haddenham, Ely, Littleport, Soham, Newmarket, Cambridge, St Ives and Bury St. Edmunds and all villages within a ten mile radius of these towns.
Meet the team
Gas safe, natural and LPG and Oftec registered engineer
Joined the company in June 1998
Advanced Engineer - Gas Safe registered - Natural gas and LPG
Joined the company in August 2003
Advanced engineer - Gas safe registered – Natural gas, Oftec registered
Joined the company in May 2009
Advanced engineer - Gas safe registered – Natural gas and LPG
Joined the company in September 2009