Leicester Water Main Repair Services

Clearfirst have built up an excellent reputation for more than a decade. We are a team of professional and skilled plumbers who offer services in a number of areas, one of the locations we cover is Leicester. We have worked with reputable water companies and local water authorities operating in the Leicester area, such as Severn Trent. We provide efficient and high quality services that help you out when you need it.


Leicester Water Pipe Repair Services


The excellent services and the brilliant reputation that we have created has made us the first port of call for a large number of insurance companies and housing associations in Leicester and the surrounding area. Call now on 0800 138 44 80 for a free quotation.

Don’t worry if you live outside of the Leicester area as we can deal with any burst water mains in the East Midlands and even extending to Yorkshire and Warwickshire.

Our wide range of services include water main replacement and underground water pipe installation. We can provide a new water main if you have burst water mains and we can detect any water leaks you may have using a variety of equipment, including infra-red technology. Our plumbers can help you with any plumbing problems you may encounter.

Leicester is a city in the East Midlands on the banks of the River Soar and close to the National Forest. The city has an estimated population of just over 300,000 people, with a further 400,000 or so in the wider Leicestershire area. There are still pavements and baths in Leicester that date back to the time of the Roman occupation. Leicester is one of the oldest English cities and gained city status early in its history because it was a bishopric from 570 onwards. However, Leicester was not formally recognised as a city until 1919. During occupation by the Vikings, Leicester gained importance as a fortified town under the Dane law.

While Leicester was originally famous as a market town there was a period of rapid growth during the years of the Industrial Revolution. Leicester’s new rail and canal networks made it an important economic area with a concentration on engineering and the manufacture of hosiery and shoes. Leicester had a direct rail link to London when the Midland railway line was completed in the closing decades of the nineteenth century. These days you can get from Leicester to St. Pancras in less than an hour and a half… By 1901 Leicester’s population had grown from 88,000 to 212,000 people.

Since the mid twentieth century immigrants from all over the world, particularly the commonwealth countries, have settled in Leicester – nowadays an estimated 40% of city inhabitants are from immigrant groups. Leicester has a large market, which received royal assent from Henry the Third in 1229. There are two major shopping centres, one of the centres contains fifteen restaurants and a cinema, there are also smaller shopping centres dotted around the city, with designer and specialist shops located in the Leicester lanes.

The proliferation of different immigrant groups has meant that there is a wide variety of cafes, shops and restaurants specialising in foods and cuisine from all over the world. Visitors like the wide variety of museums and places of worship that the city has to offer. Leicester has its fair share of pubs, bars and clubs for those who are interested in a city with a lively night life.

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