“Had an issue with a macerator which Michael quickly sorted out. The previous plumber had said a new macerator was needed!!!!! Whilst here I had Michael service my boiler. Very pleased to have found a local plumber.”
“So lovely, quick and friendly service. Fixed my boiler within an hour when previous heating engineer said I needed a new one!! Thank you!”
“I had a small emergency and fortunately Michael was on site working for my neighbour. He took care of it in a few minutes and didn't charge me!!!!!”
Hi, I'm Michael. I'm the owner/CEO of Fox & Co. I was raised in Islington and moved out to Muswell Hill, where I set up a little one man business over 30 years ago. As a gas safe plumber I built a solid reputation based on my skill and knowledge and that little business grew to what it is today.
I now live with my partner Lucy and our Great Dane pup, Pippa in a beautiful old house called 'Bryntirion' near Corwen in North East Wales. I spend half my time in London and half my time in Corwen and on those rare occassions when I'm not working I'm slowly renovating Bryntirion to it's former glory.
Fox & Co is proud to offer quality heating and plumbing services coupled with high personal standards. We provide professional, prompt and reliable plumbing and heating services with extremely high standards of workmanship at very competitive rates. We treat your home as well as we treat our own and use dust sheets and plastic shoe slipovers when required in order to protect your flooring and carpeting.
Fox & Co personnel have over 30 years experience in meeting clients and taking care of your plumbing problems and, apart from requiring an occasional coffee, we are very low maintenance and can be left to get on with any job whilst you get on with your day. We are happy to work alone and to pick up and drop off keys, we love dogs and cats and come with £2 million liability insurance.
Fox & Co work with families, individuals, estate agents, schools, landlords, overseas owners and anxious parents and can attend swiftly, identify the problem, photograph it, if required, for your records and then carry out a cost effective repair with your authorisation.
In 1871, the Prince of Wales lost his groom, a friend, and almost his life to an outbreak of typhoid in Londesborough Lodge where he and his friends were staying. His groom died as well as his friend, the Earl of Chesterfield. Investigation proved contamination in the plumbing lines, and the problem was corrected and eliminated.
The Prince would be quoted as saying, "If I could not be a prince, I would rather be a plumber."