Engineer arrived on time. Very polite and professional. Job was completed in specified time. Left my home clean and warmer than it has been for a long time. Would highly recommend. Very satisfied customer.”
Powerflush UK were very good and professional, friendly staff and made sure there was no mess and advised us very well. Would recommend their services to everyone.”
Ben is an excellent workman who was polite and knowledgeable. Would recommend this company.”
We Power Flush heating systems in these Warwickshire towns:
Warwickshire is a county in England’s West Midlands region. Warwick is the county town, and Nuneaton is the largest town. The county is well-known for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare, who was born in Stratford-upon-Avon. at Nuneaton, and Victorian novelist George Eliot (born Mary Ann Evans). Rugby, Leamington Spa, Bedworth, Kenilworth, and Atherstone are also important towns. The county contains both historic towns and large rural areas. It is a popular destination for both international and domestic tourists looking to learn about medieval and modern history.
North Warwickshire, Nuneaton and Bedworth, Rugby, Warwick, and Stratford-on-Avon are the county’s five districts.
The current county boundaries were established by the Local Government Act 1972 in 1974. Coventry, Sutton Coldfield, and Solihull were among the historic county boundaries, as was much of Birmingham.
Warwickshire is bounded to the northeast by Leicestershire, to the northwest by Staffordshire, to the west by Worcestershire and the West Midlands, to the east and southeast by Northamptonshire, to the southwest by Gloucestershire, and to the south by Oxfordshire. The county’s northernmost point is only 3 miles (5 kilometers) from the Derbyshire border. It is a medium-sized English county with an area of 1,975 km2 (760 sq mi) and a length of 52 miles (84 km) from north to south.
The majority of Warwickshire’s population lives in the county’s north and center.
Northern and eastern Warwickshire market towns such as Atherstone, Bedworth, Coleshill, Nuneaton, and Rugby were industrialized in the nineteenth century. Coal mining, textiles, engineering, and cement production were major industries, but heavy industry is declining and being replaced by distribution centers, light to medium industry, and services. Outside of Warwickshire, Nuneaton and Rugby (the birthplace of rugby football) are the most well-known northern and eastern towns. Tourism, gaming, and services are major employment sectors in the prosperous towns of central and western Warwickshire, including Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, Kenilworth, Alcester, Southam, and Wellesbourne.
The county’s northern border with Staffordshire and Leicestershire is mildly undulating countryside (rising to 178m / 581 ft near Hartshill), and No Man’s Heath, the county’s northernmost village, is only 34 miles (55 km) south of the Peak District National Park’s southernmost point.
The county’s south is largely rural and sparsely populated, with only a small section of the Cotswolds on the border with northeast Gloucestershire. The Vale of Red Horse is the plain between the outlying Cotswolds and the Edgehill escarpment. Shipston-on-Stour is the only town in Warwickshire’s south. Ebrington Hill, on the border with Gloucestershire, has the highest point in the county at 261 m (856 ft), with grid reference WikiMiniAtlasSP187426 at the county’s southwest extremity.
Warwickshire has no cities because Coventry and Birmingham were absorbed into the West Midlands county in 1974 and are now metropolitan authorities in their own right. Nuneaton (pop. 81,900), Rugby (70,600), Leamington Spa (49,500), Bedworth (32,500), Warwick (30,100), Stratford (25,500), and Kenilworth were the largest towns (+20,000 population) in Warwickshire, according to the 2011 United Kingdom census (22,400)
The automotive industry is a major contributor to Warwickshire’s strong and growing economy. BMW’s Hams Hall plant employs over 1,000 people in the north, while Jaguar Land Rover and Aston Martin Lagonda have headquarters in the south, including a massive advanced production creation center.
Warwickshire is also gaining a global reputation as a video game industry hotspot.
Codemasters, one of Britain’s oldest still-running game studios, has operated out of Southam for decades; the greater “Silicon Spa” area, which includes Southam, Royal Leamington Spa, and Warwick, is now home to dozens of game studios employing over 2,000 highly skilled people, accounting for more than 10% of the UK’s games development workforce.
With major developments announced in 2021, including a £130 million UK Battery Industrialisation Centre (UKBIC) based in Coventry, the region is increasingly establishing itself as one of the leading areas in battery technology.
Tourism is another important industry in the county, with country parks, rural areas, and historic towns all over the place. It contributes more than £1 billion to the local economy and employs nearly 20,000 people.