A plumber fixed the boiler of a 91-year-old terminally ill woman and billed her $0

A plumber is currently becoming well-known for his admirable cause of providing free plumbing repairs to the elderly and vulnerable.

Although everyone in a community might use a little assistance from friends and neighbors, we all know that the elderly and those with disabilities are the ones who most need it.
Even when they do need assistance, many people rarely ask for it because of fear of being perceived as a burden.
Liverpool native James is adamant that the client will have “free plumbing for life.”


As a species, humans must watch out for one another.
Despite his sudden online fame as a result of his charitable deed, James says that his acts are “a community effort” and declines to accept full credit.


For those who are wondering what the plumber gains from all of these altruistic acts, James explains that it simply makes him feel good on the inside.
It gives me a human, modest, and slightly ecstatic feeling inside. My goal is to take this service nationwide. I’m not going to give up the struggle,” he declared.

James wants to offer more services than just Burnley, and the publicity that the viral receipt has generated could be quite beneficial.
“Other plumbers are willing to help. James stated, “I want to see Depher nationwide, in every town and city.


It was a pleasure to read about James Anderson, the kind plumber who fixed an elderly woman’s boiler for free.

I’m 63 years old, a plumber who is also semi-retired, and I either gave a big discount or charged nothing if the task only took ten minutes.


Having an ailing dad himself, my supervisor never gave me any trouble and genuinely understood how much our clients enjoyed it. Bravo, James. You are leading by example for the rest of us plumbers.

The elderly genuinely appreciate our services, even though it can be a risky and difficult work. — Drury Bruce

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