Strict covid-19 rules at the start of lockdown were restrictive but simple to understand. Now that restrictions are relaxing, there is an element of personal judgement around whether to go ahead with non-urgent jobs in the home. So, how can you be confident in moving forward with getting things fixed and even proactive home improvement projects while still in the grip of a pandemic?
Thus far we have focused on emergency repairs and boiler servicing but we're pleased to announce that we are now offering a full range of all our services - subject to our usual covid-19 working practices of course, including use of PPE and hand sanitiser, and social distancing. So, if a dripping tap or a temperamental toilet has been driving you mad, or you just want to do some proactive maintenance or home improvement such as a powerflush or having a new shower installed, you can now get that sorted!
Boiler services are recommended every year but, unlike an MOT, they're not compulsory. So, are they as important as the industry says and what, exactly, happens during a boiler service?
Boiler servicing is non-urgent but it is essential. Now that you CAN have boiler servicing done during lockdown, is it something that you SHOULD be doing? We take a look at the case for going ahead with it, if it is due.
If you live in rented accommodation, your landlord has a responsibility to keep you safe from carbon monoxide poisoning by servicing your appliances annually. However, if yours is due during lockdown, can and should this still be completed? Read our guide
Lockdown is proving to be a stressful time for many so the last thing you need at the moment is to experience a plumbing or heating emergency. If that happens, don't worry; we are here to help you. However, there are a number of small things you can do to minimise the chances of a breakdown and keep the plumber away!
Our statement on our plan for managing the coronavirus; balancing the safety of customers and staff with providing essential services
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.
While our plumbers and gas engineers are always available and happy to help, there are some basic plumbing skills that everyone ought really have - especially in an emergency. Here are the top 6 plumbing skills that you would find useful.
Gas Safe Register warns that over 80% of adults may mistake symptoms of CO poisoning for another ailment. Here's how to recognise the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning and prevent it happening in the first place.