Brixton tradesmen recommendations: plumbers, electricians, locksmiths, van drivers etc

Discussion in 'Brixton' started by Mrs Magpie, Jun 22, 2005.

  1. Melinda

    Melinda Kama roa, efshar livloa?

    Looking for a builder in the Lewisham, Lee area.

    Please pm me with any recommendations!

    Thanks,
     
  2. goldengraham

    goldengraham Well-Known Member

    Not exactly a tradesman query I know, but a friend of mine is interested in the services of a reputable life coach, who would be ideally based around Brixton/Herne Hill/Dulwich. Please PM me with any suggestions.
     
  3. pads72

    pads72 New Member

    Assuming he does general external repairs could I have his number too?
    Ta
    Pads72
     
  4. Minnie_the_Minx

    Minnie_the_Minx someinenhhanding menbag and me ah bollox



    He's probably too expensive for you.
     
  5. CraddingtonBear

    CraddingtonBear New Member

    Hello all

    I'm looking for a reliable and affordable man & van combo, to assist with a flat move next week. I'd previously used a local chap named Colin, who I found to be great, but I'm not sure if he's still operating. If anyone has any recommendations, I'd appreciate it. Ideally someone who doesn't mind actually pitching in with the loading as well as the driving.

    Thanks in advance...

    Nick
     
  6. salaryman

    salaryman lost in transmigration

    Hi

    Can anyone recommend a quality roofing company? After years of putting it off, it's time to bite the bullet and fix the leaks!
     
  7. snowy_again

    snowy_again Slush

    Lino, based in East Dulwich / Herne Hill on Zero 7 9 6 2 2 4 7 4 6 9 has always been really good when I've moved house (once with a broken leg). Just make sure he knows how much stuff you've got to take - he normally pops round to take a guestimate of time / hands.
     
  8. not effraid

    not effraid Active Member

    Hello all,

    Can anyone recommend a carpenter/builder who can deal with floorboards? It should be a fairly small job.

    Many thanks
     
  9. Bob

    Bob Rusesabagina for a nobel

    Yup - my neighbour - has done work for me and a couple of other urbanites. PM me and I'll send you his number.
     
  10. Monkeygrinder's Organ

    Monkeygrinder's Organ Dodgy geezer swilling vapid lager

    Don't know if it counts as being a tradesman as such but if anyone needs some web type stuff doing you could try this local newly freelance guy:

    http://www.brockwellwebdesign.com/

    He can be contacted on 07872 014509.

    :)
     
  11. teecee

    teecee true dat

    Looking for a reasonable man with a van to get a 2 seater sofa from Putney to Penge if anyone has any recommendations - as most of the ones on this thread seem to be for fully fledged removal. ta
     
  12. snowy_again

    snowy_again Slush

    If you haven't found one, try Lino - his number's on here somewhere, or I can PM it to you.

    I need a window cleaner in Herne Hill, who's willing to climb a ladder. Is there such a thing anymore?
     
  13. shakespearegirl

    shakespearegirl just worked out taglines

    C Sousa

    25, Hayter Rd, London, SW2 5AR
    Tel: 020 7738 7257

    He is very good... No problem doing first floor windows with a ladder...
     
  14. snowy_again

    snowy_again Slush

    thank you!
     
  15. Pie 1

    Pie 1 The fuck did I do?

    Call out for a plumber/plumbing company who can handle a fairly big job (replacing loft tank & pipes) and are cheaper than Pimlico Plumbers! (probably not hard)
     
  16. reubeness

    reubeness Well-Known Member

    An excellent plumber friend of mine, great guy, honest and tidy!!!
    He's based in Stockwell/Clapham. He's fitted from scratch a shower, outside tap and inside tap but does bigger jobs.

    Colin White
    Mobile 07949 095 184
    Email: colin@cwplumbingservices.co.uk
     
  17. Pie 1

    Pie 1 The fuck did I do?

    Cheers :)
     
  18. old dog

    old dog Member

    hi men have herd abot this 2012 thing the end off the woird
     
  19. Fenian

    Fenian let us rise

    Crikey!
     
  20. brix

    brix spinster of this parish

    Waves to Firky :D
     
  21. melmaloney

    melmaloney New Member

    :mad: HELP ! MY CENTRAL HEATING HAS BROKEN DOWN. :(
     
  22. Ms T

    Ms T Honey-coloured ramparts

    If it's a central heating engineer you want, try Terry at Technogas. 07885 801266.
     
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  23. avenginangel

    avenginangel Well-Known Member

    Yes, I'll pm you the number
     
  24. Pip

    Pip Well-Known Member

    Hi, does anyone know a CHEAP (must be cheap) man with van to transport a sofa from Clapham to Camberwell? We'll carry the sofa up/down stairs to keep it cheap. Cheep cheep cheep.
     
  25. ringo

    ringo Macaroni cheese controller

    Just had the front room/dining room painted by a very good decorator local to Camberwell. PM me for contact details.
     
  26. Brixton Hatter

    Brixton Hatter Home is south London mate

    apparently i need a new thermostatic file for my oven. so i assume i need the services of a gas fitter. anyone know a reliable local gas fitter they've used before?

    (or can a plumber do this job?)

    cheers
     
  27. colacubes

    colacubes Well-Known Member

    Does anyone know of any plumbers who are reliable and will do smallish jobs? Our kitchen sink outlet appears to be blocked and we've tried various methods from sink unblocking fluid, bleach, hot water and taking the pipes apart to try and sort it. Took 5 cocking hours for the sink to drain after doing the washing up last night :rolleyes:

    Ta :)
     
  28. ricbake

    ricbake working out how

    It will be the solenoid - the electrical switch on the inlet of the washing machine - it would cost about £7.50 and you could replace it yourself if about half an hour

    It isn't closing properly and letting water drip into the machine like a leaky tap.
     
  29. ricbake

    ricbake working out how

    Can you checked outside where it empties that it isn't blocked there. Another way to tackle it is by removing the U bend and using a thick spring wire called a snake that you'll get from somewhere like Blissets at the Kennington end of Brixton Road. Feed the snake into the open end of the pipe rotating it as you do, fiddle the snake round the corners of the pipe and twist it into any blokage, if you can't push through it you have to try to pull it back. Stinky greasy unoleasant job that you need patience for. Or about £90 to pay someone else to do it!
     
  30. colacubes

    colacubes Well-Known Member

    My other half did all that. It was a bit better for a week but now it's worse. Think this needs a professional annoyingly!

    e2a - my other half is out of the country at the mo and I'm completely unpractical about this stuff so figure I'd better get someone to look at it as it's getting on my tits quite frankly :mad::oops:
     

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