I joined British Gas in 1991 and completed my apprenticeship 3 years later to become a fully fledged service engineer. I remained with British Gas for a further 5 years and this formative period has undoubtedly shaped my work ethic as an engineer. I’m a great believer in doing the job properly the first time. Working on plumbing, heating installations and gas appliances is a serious business and although I’m always keen to do the work in a timely and efficient manner, ensuring that the work is completed to a high standard is my first priority, so that it is both safe and effective in the long term.
After working with British Gas I went to work as an on site plumber for a prestigious building firm in Surrey that extended very large and often very old houses. So patience, a deft hand and attention to detail were paramount.
From there I went to work for a general plumbing and heating company in Eastbourne, often working on larger municipal buildings, schools, office blocks, hotels etc as well as new builds.
I then moved to Brighton in 2002 and worked for a local plumbing company, doing emergency repairs and callouts for leaks etc.
In 2003 I decided to start up on my own as MW Plumbing & Heating and have been working throughout Sussex ever since, employing my vast experience and wide knowledge base to good effect, and allowing me to become one of the leading tradesmen in the area. A fact which is reflected in the very positive feedback I have received from many satisfied customers.