Local resident wins new boiler and installation this winter!
Adam from Crownhill has won a brand new Worcester Bosch boiler, along with a 10 year parts and labour guarantee thanks to MKFM and MK City Plumbing & Heating!
MK City Plumbing & Heating is a family run business based in Crownhill, Milton Keynes which was founded in 2009. They know that if they do a fantastic job, you'll invite them back and also recommend them to your friends and family. Their business thrives on your referrals and they aim to keep it that way!
MK City Plumbing & Heating offer FREE quotations and their fully qualified engineers aim to meet all of your plumbing and heating needs.
Download their latest boiler brochure here, featuring some valuable information on how to choose your new boiler. It also includes details on the savings you can make on your energy bills when you install a new energy efficient boiler.
One lucky winner will receive the following prize:
- A Worcester Bosch boiler and flue.
- A Worcester Bosch magnetic system filter.
- Chemical radiator flush and inhibitors.
- All necessary pipe work and fittings.
- All electrical works.
- Worcester Bosch 10 Year parts and labour Guarantee.
- Gas Safe & Building Regulation certificate.
This competition has now been won
Congratulations to Adam from Crownhill who is treating his family with this incredible prize after he was chosen at random and called LIVE on the MK Breakfast Show with Darren & Lia on 04/02/2021.
Terms and Conditions
All competitions on MKFM are subject to our standard terms and conditions.
As well as these, the MK City Plumbing & Heating competition is subject to the additional terms below:
Entries must be made by 23.59 on 31/01/2021 using the submission form on this page.
Prize must be claimed by 30/04/2021.
The prize will be a brand new like for like boiler replacement supplied and fitted by the MK City Heating & Plumbing team of Gas Safe engineers.
The winner must live and have the boiler installed in the MKFM FM broadcast area.
The winner must own their own property.
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