St Albans & Herts Plumbing are specialists in plumbing, heating, and gas services. The company has developed an enviable reputation for honesty and trust.
The company’s team of experienced technicians fix leaks, repair broken water systems, fit plumbing systems for Kitchens & Bathrooms, repair, service & install boilers, install heating systems, and cover all aspects relating to water or heating in any property.
The company’s services are reasonable and affordable. St Albans & Herts Plumbing provides emergency 24/7 plumbing and heating services in St Albans and surrounding towns.
Although based in St Albans, our team have undertaken work in other areas in Hertfordshire.
St Albans is a major urban area in the City and District of St Albans in the county of Hertfordshire in the East of England.
St Albans is a cathedral city and a popular commuter town for people that work in London that do not want to reside in London.
St Albans is bordered by Hemel Hempstead to the West and Hatfield to the East. Welwyn Garden City is to the North while Radlett and Shenley are to the South.
St Albans is 20 miles from Central London. The city is within the London Commuter belt and the Greater London built-up area.
St Albans postcodes are AL1, AL2, AL3, AL4
St Albans used to be a borough in the past but became part of the City and District of St Albans in 1974. Hertfordshire County Council is responsible for all local government services in the area.
The City & District of St Albans has a population estimated at 138,800.
St Albans is made up of the following wards Clarence, Batchwood, Cunningham, Marshalswick South, Ashley, Veralum, Sopwell and St Peters.
Other key areas in St Albans include London Colney, Harpenden and Wheathampstead,
St Albans is served with good transport facilities including road, rail, and local buses. The M1 Motorway runs through St Albans while the M25 is slightly south of the city. Other motorways include the A414 to Hemel Hempstead and A405 to Watford.
St Albans City Station and St Albans Abbey Station are the 2 main railway stations in the City. There are fast connections to London St Pancras and connections to neighbouring towns like Luton.
Arriva bus run local bus services within the town and neighbouring towns as well.
St Albans has many good primary, secondary and independent schools. Oakland College is a further education college in St Albans. St Albans also hosts the law school of the University of Hertfordshire.
St Albans is renowned as a cultural city. There are regular concerts and theatre productions. Prominent venues include Trestle Arts Base, St Albans Abbey, the Alban Arena, Abbey Theatre and Maltings Art Theatre.
St Albans has a vibrant economy with a highly skilled workforce. A good portion of the city’s workforce have at least a degree from a tertiary institution.
Prominent companies in the city include PWC, Premier Foods, AECOM, Deloitte, Spreadex and Sainsbury Retail Distribution Centre at London Colney.
St Albans citizens are active in sports with many sports clubs in the city. Sports clubs include the St Albans Cricket Club at Clarence Park and St Albans City F.C based at the edge of Clarence Park which is in the lower leagues.
There is also the St Albans Hockey Club at Oakland, St Albans Gymnastics Club and St Albans Centurions Rugby League based at Toulmin Drive and participates in the National League 1 of the third tier English rugby Union system.
Major landmarks in St Albans include the Cathedral & Abbey Church of Saint Alban, Verulamium Park, Verulamium Museum, St Albans Museum & Gallery, Clock Tower, and the Roman Theatre of Verulamium amongst others.