Portrait of Mark Charnock, plumber and heating engineer

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Mark Charnock began training to be a plumber in 2000, with a large plumbing company in South Yorkshire, where he is originally from. There, he was able to gain experience from working on building sites, where he worked on every aspect of domestic plumbing and heating, from lead flashing to plumbing in new bathrooms, and installing new boilers. He built a solid foundation of plumbing skills and experience, eventually training an apprentice. From there, he took a job which expanded his problem solving skills, which mainly involved fixing emergency plumbing and heating problems across Yorkshire.

He then decided to expand his skill-set further, and took his Gas Safe examinations in 2007, resulting in his qualification to begin working as a heating engineer. Since this time he decided to move to London to broaden his horizons, and worked for another large plumbing firm across London, that fostered his interest in making heating systems more energy efficient. There he was able to gain a range of plumbing and heating expertise, including converting old, inefficient boilers into new combination or regular boilers, both domestically and commercially. He was also able to build on his other heating, plumbing, and problem solving experience.

After two years, he felt he needed a fresh challenge, and decided to set up his own business, and since then he has built a substantial portfolio of work from all across London using his wide range of expertise. His main passions lie in providing the highest quality of work for very reasonable prices, whether this is manifested in beautifully finished bathrooms or energy efficiency solutions that are perfectly implemented. He prides himself on his reliability, his helpful attitude and his cheerful nature, whilst maintaining a professional attitude at all times.