The Plumbcare.com team has smashed its first fundraising challenge for Epilepsy Action. The Bradford 10K took place on 17th March and got our campaign off to a fantastic start!
We're now into Lent and instead of giving up chocolate or sweets, the Bishop of Salford wants people to abandon traditional penances in favour of lifestyle changes to tackle climate change including turning down the heating. So, would you sacrifice heating for 40 days?
We have put together a team to take part in the Bradford 10K event to raise money for our chosen charity, Epilepsy Action. Please support us if you can!
When you rent a property there are regulations in place that are designed to keep you safe. Gas appliances carry the risk of carbon monoxide leaks if they’re not working properly so your landlord has an obligation to make sure they’re safe and has to provide evidence that they are in the form of a Landlords’ Gas Safety Certificate. Here's what you need to know and how you can help your landlord keep you safe.
This guest blog, written for us by the content team at Sainsbury's Bank, looks at things you should do regarding your plumbing and heating when you move house.
If you are selling your house you may wonder whether you ought to get the boiler serviced before you complete. We take a look at the legal position and what's the best thing to do for yourself and your buyers.
We've been posting our winter plumbing tips throughout January. Here are all 31 tips in full.
We are pleased to announce that we have become an official supporter of Epilepsy Action, a charity committed to a better life for everyone affected by epilepsy.
Keeping your pipes flowing and drains clear of debris is always important but it’s especially so when the weather is very cold. Blocked drains cause water to back up. If it then freezes, it expands so not only would this block the pipe, it could cause pipes to burst or crack. These are all useful things to do to keep your drains flowing properly and avoid them clogging up in freezing weather.
Our Winter Plumbing Tip series is well underway on social media