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Neil Tomlinson
After graduating Formby High School in 1975, Neil joined British Gas as an apprentice. Whilst studying towards his ONC in Engineering, he was awarded first prize nationally in the City and Guild's Advanced Gas Utilisation Awards.
In 1990 he left his supervisory role at British Gas to start up Tower Heating alongside old school friend and colleague Steve Power.
Neil is an expert in all aspects of domestic plumbing and gas work, ranging from central heating systems and boilers to bathroom suites. He is also knowledgable regarding many types of building work and can project manage your renovation or extension.
When not working, Neil spends his time exploring new countries and playing golf with his wife.
Stuart Tomlinson
Neil's elder son Stuart studied Engineering at Durham University and worked as a Structural Engineer in London before returning home to work for the family business. A Gas Safe registered engineer and now also a director following the incorporation of Tower Heating Ltd in October 2014.
In his spare time he likes adventure sports such as trail running, skiing, climbing and mountain biking.
Greg Tomlinson
Greg, Neil's younger son is a fully qualified, Gas Safe registered installer. With the incorporation of Tower Heating Ltd in October 2014, Greg became a Director. He is a point of contact for our customers and specialises in providing quotations for and scheduling work.
Greg is an avid Liverpool fan and an accomplished golfer.
Lee Power
Lee was following in his father's footsteps when he joined Tower Heating in 2000. He is a Gas Safe registered engineer and was Neil's partner between 2010 and 2014 following Steve's retirement. Lee is a specialist when it comes to the intricacies of gas boilers, making him an excellent fault finder. He is primarily a service and repair engineer so it's highly likely that you'll see Lee when you have your boiler or gas fire serviced.
Now a proud father of three, when not working Lee will most likely be spending time with his wife and children.
Gordon Davis
Gordon started his apprenticeship with us back in 1999 and had qualified as a Corgi registered engineer by 2003. At this point he left to further his career elsewhere, gaining experience in renewable energies in the process. The draw to Tower Heating always proved too strong and he returned in 2011 as a fully qualified, Gas Safe registered installer. He now works as a team leader on boiler and central heating installations.
When not working he enjoys playing football and spending time with his wife and their sons.
James Elliott
James originally joined us to gain experience toward his plumbing qualification. Impressed with his ability and enthusiasm to learn, we offered him a position as an apprentice gas engineer. James now works as an installer of heating systems and is training towards becoming a Gas Safe registered engineer.
Outside of work, James is a keen footballer who has played at a high level both in the UK and the USA.
Jean Coote
Jean joined the team as our secretary in 2008 and is often the first point of contact for our customers. She comes from a financial background but has become proficient in the technical side of plumbing and heating. Always happy to assist with your issues or queries, Jean can be contacted at our office most mornings.
Steve Power
Steve grew up in Formby and has lived here most of his life. In 1990, he left British Gas to venture into business with old school friend, Neil. Tower Heating was created. Under their enthusiastic guidance the business went from strength to strength, garnering the sterling reputation that it values so highly today.
Although he is now retired, Steve is still an important part of the Tower Heating team.
Excellent Work

Neil and his boys installed a complete new heating system without causing any disruption to our lives. Clean, efficient and trustworthy, I would recommend them without question.

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