During the coronavirus pandemic, we are only able to send engineers out to deal with plumbing and heating emergency issues, but what exactly do we mean by an emergency? Here is some clarification that may be useful to you at this time.
Our latest update on how we're managing the COVID-19 situation.
An update on how our services are evolving in line with government guidelines regarding the Coronavirus situation.
An update on our measures for dealing with the COVID-19 situation to protect customers and staff.
Our statement on our plan for managing the coronavirus; balancing the safety of customers and staff with providing essential services
As the current coronavirus crisis has led to stockpiling and a national toilet paper shortage, we look at the dangers of flushing other items down the toilet, including wipes and tissues. The last thing you need while self-isolating would be a blocked toilet so we take a look at the alternatives and what you can do at a time of shortage, without damaging essential plumbing systems.
We are pleased to announce that we have signed up to the Armed Forces Covenant and have achieved a Bronze Award in the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme.
11th March is World Plumbing Day, an international event initiated by the World Plumbing Council as a means of highlighting the important role plumbing plays in the health, safety and sustainability of our community. To mark the occasion we have brought together a range of facts about plumbing from the historical origins of plumbing, to the industry today and looking at how we use (and waste) water across the world
The internet is rife with lifestyle hacks that can save you money, make things easier or just enhance your life in some way but are they all as useful as they claim to be? The latest plumbing tip could actually cause damage and create a much bigger problem than you started with!
As we hear of yet another tradesman being prosecuted for carrying out gas work while falsely claiming to be on the Gas Safe Register, we look at how you should not just assume that your gas engineer is registered and how to check.