From individual households to major housing developments

Who we work with

Since Barkwell Plumbing and Heating was founded back in 1971, we have worked with a broad range of customers – from individual households to major housing developments. Big names in the construction industry with whom we’ve worked include the major house builders Barratt, Bloor Homes, Bovis Homes, Charles Church, CG Fry & Son, David Wilson Homes, Devonshire Homes, Elan Homes, Linden Homes, Newland Homes, Persimmon, Redrow, Strongvox Homes, Taylor Wimpey and Westbury Homes. We also work with The National Trust.

But while our client base comprises many large-scale developers, we have also retained many of our smaller clients, most of whom have been relying on our services and expertise for many years. Although our work is carried out across the country, as a company we are still rooted in the community in which we’ve developed and grown.

No matter how big the projects we work on, Barkwell Plumbing and Heating remains a family firm, and one whose values – providing the best service, ensuring complete reliability and consistency – are carried across every job we do, no matter the size.

To prove it, here are some case studies illustrating the range of projects we are happy to take on, and how we respond to our customers’ individual requirements.


Barkwell News
Qualified Plumber Vacancies
3rd Mar 2017
We are always seeking qualified plumbers to join our team. We also have places on our Apprenticeship Programme. Please visit our Current Vacancies page to submit your CV.... Read more >
Barkwell Plumbing & Heating Ltd awarded Bovis Sub-Contractor of the Year 2016
25th Jan 2017
Barkwell Plumbing & Heating Ltd have been awarded Bovis Sub Contractor of the Year 2016. Robert Barkwell receiving the Award from Bovis Homes' Dave Farley. Pictured l to r: John Escott – Bovis Commercial Manager, Dave... Read more >
HETAS Approval
4th Aug 2015
We are now approved as fully qualified Wood Burner fitters.... Read more >
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