What we are doing to keep you safe

We will update our policy as the guidance is updated from the Government

Carey Plumbing and Heating is located and based in Gillingham, Kent and provide services to the surrounding area including Medway, Gravesend, Sittingbourne, Dartford, and the South East. We provide all types of services to the domestic gas, heating and plumbing sector.

We are experienced with all brands of equipment such as Worcester Bosch, Vaillant, Baxi, Viessmann, Ideal, Potterton, Alpha, Glow-worm, Ariston and others. Our goal is to provide a premier, responsive, affordable service to our customers.

We pride ourselves on our professionalism, our customer service and ability to meet our customer’s requirements on all levels.


Brett Carey Working On a Boiler

Servicing & Repairs

We can undertake work on all private houses, flats and for landlords in rental accommodation including houses in multiple occupancy (HMOs).

Domestic Installations

We can advise on the most suitable requirements for your needs and handle all aspects of the installation from planning to handover to ensure you are happy.

Carey Heating and Plumbing

Gas Safety Certificate

We can carry out safety certificates for both homeowners and landlords for single family dwellings to contract schemes for landlords and estate agents.

Nest Pro Installer

A Nest thermostat can be quickly and easily installed and can save you money by tailoring your heating and hot water requirements to your needs.

Heating System Health

A Magnaclean is a magnetic heating system filter which removes rust from heating systems, lowering your energy costs and decreasing the chance of a breakdown.

Plumbing Repairs

Call on us! We will repair / replace anything from a leaky tap to a burst pipe with anything in between for instance installing or moving an outside tap.

Tips & Tricks Blog

Activation of a Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarm

Noisy pipes also known as water hammer

Leaking outside taps

Leaking inside taps

Checking your gas safe engineer is registered

How to turn your water supply off