About Our Boiler Servicing in Brightlingsea

Boiler servicing in Brightlingsea is an important safety expense for your home. For a relatively competitive price, any water leaks, gas leaks or developing problems can be detected early, saving larger, more expensive surprises usually when least expected. Many customers in Brightlingsea receiving regular boiler maintenance experience trouble free heating & hot water for many years.

Keep your boiler working safely and efficiently by arranging your Brightlingsea boiler service with AM Gas Services. We offer a simple no obligation free quote and competitive prices for our service, with no hidden extras and carried out by fully trained and insured Gas Safe registered engineers. We carry out boiler services in Brightlingsea and surrounding towns – no call out fees. Get in touch to arrange your boiler service.

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Our Services in Brightlingsea

Boiler Servicing & Replacements
in Brightlingsea

Our team here at AM Gas Services, we specialise in Boiler Installation in Brightlingsea. We also cover area’s around Colchester, Clacton, Harwich, Frinton and surrounding areas nearby. From a simple straight swap in the same location to re-locating your boiler to a different room in the home. We also specialising in removing old back or floor standing boilers and converting your home to a modern combi boiler system.

We offer long term guarantees on all new boilers

Installed by fully trained gas safe registered engineers

Next day boiler installation available

Finance Available

Boiler Servicing & Replacements

Our team here at AM Gas Services, we specialise in Boiler Installation in Brightlingsea. We also cover area’s around Colchester, Clacton, Harwich, Frinton and surrounding areas nearby. From a simple straight swap in the same location to re-locating your boiler to a different room in the home. We also specialising in removing old back or floor standing boilers and converting your home to a modern combi boiler system.

We offer long term guarantees on all new boilers

Installed by fully trained gas safe registered engineers

Next day boiler installation available

Finance Available

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Facts About Brightlingsea

History

In 1984 Brightlingsea Wharf was used to import coal during the Miners’ Strike, and up to a dozen ships could be seen out in the river waiting to unload at Wivenhoe. Kent miners came to picket and some were detained by Essex Police. Brightlingsea port came to national prominence again in the 1990s with an attempt to use the port again for a controversial cargo. Dubbed the “Battle of Brightlingsea” it comprised a series of protests against the live export of animals from the town for slaughter in mainland Europe.

Many people believed that the conditions in which the animals were exported were cruel and inhumane. The protest began on 16 January 1995 and ended on 25 October 1995. During this nine-month period, over 150 convoys passed through the town and 250,000 animals were exported; of these, 24 died, 28 were destroyed by the M.A.F.F., and 38 could not be exported. 598 people were arrested by the police, of whom 421 were local residents. The campaigners eventually won and the live exports ceased.

General Info

Brightlingsea is a coastal town and an electoral ward in the Tendring district of Essex, England. It is situated between Colchester and Clacton-on-Sea, at the mouth of the River Colne, on Brightlingsea Creek. At the 2011 Census, it had a population of 8,076. Its traditional industries included fishery and shipbuilding. With the decline of these industries, the town is largely a dormitory town for Colchester.

Brightlingsea is a limb of Sandwich, one of the Cinque Ports. The town retains an active ceremonial connection with the Cinque Ports, electing a Deputy from a guild of Freemen. Brightlingsea was for many years twinned with French oyster fishery port Marennes, Charente-Maritime, but the relationship fell into disuse.

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