Whether it's a leaking tap, boiler repair or designing and installing a new bathroom or kitchen, we've got the knowledge, skill and expertise to get the job done right


When you think of a plumber or plumbing company you don't necessarily automatically associate them with designing and installing entire rooms like bathrooms or kitchens.  However when you stop to think about it, it makes total sense.  Many of the features and services you find in your bathroom and kitchen like showers, sinks, gas hobs etc are absolutely essential.  If the infrastructure and pipework isn't right then the room just wont work as a liveable space for you and your family.  We make sure the foundations of any project are right and we have experts in our team from all trade disciplines such as carpenters, electricians, bricklayers and of course plumbers.

We'll work with you to make sure that the space you want to create has function as well as stunning form.  We offer a  friendly and importantly free initial consultation which really is pressure free.  We just offer no nonsense, friendly advice and will give you time to make up your mind.

Although we love creating whole new rooms for you we haven't lost touch with our roots and we're more than happy to pop over and look at a leaky tap or blocked sink.  We'll even give you advice on how to help protect yourself from things going wrong in the future.

All of our friendly engineers are fully qualified and committed to providing a first class, safe and efficient service.  It should go without saying but we also ensure that all installations and repairs are carried out in compliance with latest regulations.  We take this very seriously.  We're also proud to be accredited and endorsed by some of the industry's most prestigious regulators such as:


Warm, modern design and exceptional, solid craftsmanship


Over the last few years, the bathroom has become the room to decorate in the house, and now along side the perfect kitchen, home owners are looking for that perfect bathroom to show off to the neighbours. If you pair the right bathroom suite with the right fittings and accessories, the perfect look isn’t that far off.

Modern stand alone bathtubs with luxurious basin designs

Modern stand alone bathtubs with luxurious basin designs

Stylish and functional tap and basin combinations 

Stylish and functional tap and basin combinations 

Turn radiators and towel heaters into a work of art

Turn radiators and towel heaters into a work of art

Modern and functional designs that have the wow factor

Modern and functional designs that have the wow factor

Kitchens that look as good as they function for your family


We understand the importance of creating the right look for your kitchen, whether that's cool, sleek and stylish or warm, homely and welcoming. We'll find the perfect balance of form and functionality combining inspiring designs with essential practical features.

From a busy family living space to a spectacular centrepiece for your home, we'll work closely with you to create a kitchen you can be proud of.

Functional and stylish kitchen designs to meet the needs of your modern family

Functional and stylish kitchen designs to meet the needs of your modern family

Step outside of the ordinary

Step outside of the ordinary

Stuck for space? Don't worry we'll make the most of what you've got

Stuck for space? Don't worry we'll make the most of what you've got

Food, warmth and shelter.... We know how important it is  to get the basics right.


Boilers account for about 55 per cent of what you spend in a year on energy bills, so an efficient boiler makes a big difference.  Modern boilers are more efficient for several reasons, but their main advantage is that they're all condensing boilers. All well maintained boilers burn their fuel very efficiently, but they inevitably lose some heat in the hot gases that escape up the flue. A condensing boiler has a larger heat exchanger, so it recovers more heat, sends cooler gases up the flue and is more efficient.

What should I consider when replacing my boiler?

If it is time to change your boiler, you need to decide what type of boiler is right for you. Here are some things to consider:

Fuel type

If you have mains gas, a gas boiler is usually the cheapest heating system.

If you don’t have a gas supply to your home, it might be worth looking into getting a gas connection. The company that owns and operates the gas network in your area may be able to help with the cost of getting a new connection, and it may even be fully funded.

Boiler type

Most old gas and oil boilers are regular boilers which use a separate hot water cylinder to store hot water, rather than providing it directly from the boiler. When you replace your boiler you can buy a new regular boiler, and keep your hot water cylinder, or buy a combi boiler that doesn't need a cylinder.

A regular boiler is more efficient than a combi at producing hot water in the first place, but then some heat is lost from the hot water cylinder, so a combi may be more efficient overall.  We can give you advice on which will suit your needs and budget.

Your hot water usage

Large families using lots of hot water are likely to be better off with a regular boiler, whereas smaller households using less may be better off with a combi boiler.

Space in your home

Combi boilers don’t need hot water cylinders, and so require less space in your home.

Compatibility with solar water heating

If you’re thinking of installing solar water heating, it’s worth noting that many combi boilers are not compatible with this heating system or cannot use it so effectively. 



We're on hand to deal with any kind of domestic plumbing problem and repair any fault to do with your kitchen, bathroom or boiler


For your peace of mind our friendly and courteous team arrive on time and wear distinctive uniform.  We always recommend you ask for identification before allowing anyone in your home.  If you're not sure just give us call and we'll let you know who's supposed to be there. 

We can install energy efficient heating systems, new sinks, plumb in new appliances, and undertake any kind of plumbing and gas work in and around your home.  We might sometimes have to make a mess but we'll do our utmost to clean up after ourselves.

Our honest and professional approach means that we have many happy customers.  All ICD London Solutions engineers are fully qualified and committed to providing a first class, safe and efficient service.  It should go without saying but we also ensure that all installations and repairs are carried out in compliance with latest regulations.  We take this very seriously.


When life throws you lemons, slice them up and throw them in a gin and tonic


We're here to offer our expert help and advice if you find yourself in a plumbing crisis.

We can provide assistance with any emergency plumbing or heating situation.

Our team are on hand to tackle all plumbing problems, from water leaks and burst pipes, to repairing any water systems in your property or business, such as your radiators and bathrooms.

If you have a problem that requires immediate attention, contact us now for an immediate response.

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is extremely poisonous, flammable and explosive

If you believe that Carbon Monoxide is present at home or at your workplace you should evacuate immediately and call the emergency services.

If you believe that you or anyone you know has been exposed to Carbon Monoxide (CO) you must seek urgent medical advice from either your GP or an accident and emergency department. 

You should ask for a blood or breath test to confirm the presence of CO. Be aware, CO quickly leaves the blood and tests may be inaccurate if taken more than four hours after exposure has ceased.

think you can smell gas?

If you smell gas, before you call us you can call the National Grid free on

0800 111 999


Carbon Monoxide (CO) can be fatal


Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odourless, colourless, non-irritant gas. It is the most common cause of fatal poisoning in Britain today. It causes the accidental deaths of up to 500 people each year in the USA and a much larger number of sub-lethal poisonings.  A secondary hazard of Carbon Monoxide gas is that it is highly flammable and explosive.

These figures could be just the tip of the iceberg as poisoning by carbon monoxide is almost certainly underdetected. There are two main reasons for this.

Firstly, there is generally little awareness of carbon monoxide poisoning among the general public and the medical profession.

Secondly, the signs and symptoms associated with carbon monoxide poisoning are not easy to diagnose as they often mimic many other conditions.

To overcome this deadly killer requires improved awareness among the public of the risks and dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and increased vigilance on the part of healthcare professionals in its detection.

Children, pregnant women, babies, and individuals with a heart condition are those at most risk but CO poisoning can affect anyone.

Where does carbon monoxide come from?

Carbon monoxide is produced by the incomplete combustion of carbon-containing fuels, such as gas (domestic or bottled), coal, oil, coke and wood. Gas stoves, fires, heating boilers, gas-powered water heaters, paraffin heaters, and solid fuel-powered water heaters are all potential sources of carbon monoxide. The problem arises when such appliances are poorly maintained, not serviced and housed in poorly ventilated areas.

When the waste products of combustion are not effectively removed, for example because of blocked flues and chimneys, then poisonous gas mixtures may re-enter the room. This problem is not just associated with older or poorer homes; it can also affect the occupants of newer homes with gas central heating. Exhaust fumes from cars is another obvious source.

Domestic sources of carbon monoxide include:

  • domestic heating systems

  • blocked flues/chimneys

  • inadequate ventilation in living areas

  • inadequate ventilation in adjoining car garages

  • leakage from faulty appliances and chimneys/flues.

This highlights an important issue. Even with perfectly designed and maintained heating appliances (or any kind of combustion device), they too will eventually begin producing dangerous amounts of CO if used in confined and poorly ventilated areas. Having poorly operating appliances, only makes the problem worse more quickly. Maintaining appliances and ensuring sufficient fresh air is available are two easy ways of avoiding potentially lethal scenarios.

What are the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning?

One of the difficulties with diagnosing carbon monoxide poisoning is that many of its symptoms are similar to those of other conditions. Often the onset of symptoms is gradual, occurring without the individual or doctor being fully aware of what is happening. Coupled with this is the fact that the severity of the poisoning depends on:

  • how much carbon monoxide is actually present in the environment.

  • the duration you are exposed to carbon monoxide.

  • the age of the individual concerned - elderly, children and the foetus are all at greater risk.

  • the general state of health.

  • the extent of physical activity - effects are increased with higher activity levels.

The most common symptoms include:

  • headache

  • nausea and vomiting

  • vertigo

  • altering states of consciousness

  • weakness

Where such symptoms are reported repeatedly, domestic carbon monoxide poisoning should be suspected.

The HSE strongly recommends the use of audible carbon monoxide (CO) alarms as an important precaution but they must not be regarded as a substitute for proper installation and maintenance of gas appliances by a Gas Safe Registered engineer. Before purchasing a CO alarm, always ensure it complies with British Standard EN 50291 and carries a British or European approval mark, such as a Kitemark. CO alarms should be installed, checked and serviced in line with the manufacturer’s instructions.

Please note: You can be particularly at risk from CO poisoning when you are asleep, because you may not be aware of early CO symptoms until it is too late. Having an audible CO alarm could wake you and save your life.