As one of the nation's longest running heating systems and property
care specialists, M&E Heating and Property Services serves residential
and commercial clients throughout the London area from our offices
located in SE1.
M&E's workforce includes project managers and
specialist trades people. Our ability to self-perform trades brings
added value, timeliness and flexibility to our clients.
Our customer promise is to always strive to offer
the keenest possible prices in the marketplace. Through our extensive
experience of heating systems and control equipment, we are able
to offer a fixed price service on many common repairs, and we regularly
offer additional price cuts on our 'best buy' products, ensuring
you, the customer, even better value for money.
I used M&E to repair
my faulty central heating system. I am going to ask them back to
do some more major work for me. I would always recommend them to
M&E do any necessary
plumbing work and do all the safety checks for gas. The work and
the price were excellent. M&E are very professional and friendly
and I would strongly recommend them
M&E have repaired our
central heating system and boiler, the work and the price were excellent.
They are very honest and very hardworking. I would recommend M&E
From 1st April 2005, CORGI introduced it's 'Complete
Safety Initiative'. A new scheme whereby the installation of any
new or replacement heat producing gas appliance in a residential
dwelling must be notified to CORGI making your home a safer place
and making it more difficult for bogus gas engineers to continue
Research shows that faulty gas appliances are responsible
for a number of deaths and injuries that occur in the home. In order
to reduce this risk Gas Work Notification has been introduced to
increase safety standards.
When a new or replacement installation has taken place,
the CORGI engineer must notify CORGI that the work has been carried
out and CORGI will issue the homeowner with a 'Declaration of Safety'
or 'Building Regulations Compliance Certificate' confirming that
the work has been carried out by a
competent CORGI registered installer and that the installer meets
the requirements of the relevant Gas and/or Building Regulations.
Only CORGI registered installers such as M & E
are able to inform CORGI and thus enable the certificate to be issued.
This certificate will form part of the 'Home Information Pack' which
from January 2007, will be a requirement when selling a home.