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Mercy heart plumber repairs 2,000 homes free of charge in lockdown

Mercy heart plumber repairs 2,000 homes free of charge in lockdown
LONDON: Britain’s compassionate plumber Corona has so far helped 2,000 families stranded in the lockdown free of charge.

European and British home heating (thermostat system) and cooling (AC) systems are often the same. In addition, drainage and water supply schemes are interconnected and costly to repair.

James, 53, is from Lancashire and has helped 2,000 families affected by the Corona epidemic in emergencies. Anderson did not take a single holiday a week.
“Since the beginning of 2020, I have been helping the needy because I will never leave my people alone,” James wrote in a Facebook post.

He was told by a disabled and elderly man that a plumber had made a large bill in the name of repairing the house and had taken 55 5,500 in bricks from the old man when there was no need for the work. James then stood up to help the poor and elderly because he had 21 years of experience in the art.

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