This week is Water Saving Week and today is all about how your plumber can help you reduce your water consumption. Here we share a number of ways we can improve your water efficiency, which has a number of benefits - not just environmental ones - plus some tips for good habits to adopt to reduce your water usage.
With a survey showing most of us underestimate our water usage and consumption having risen significantly over lockdown, why should we save water and what are some easy ways to be more water efficient?
Plumbing upgrades can change how you live in your home and offer many benefits. Ranging from having an outside hot water tap to a downstairs bathroom installed, these enhancements can change your life! Here are just a few examples.
If you have a water meter you may find your bills going up during lockdown due to everyone being at home much more. Even if you're not on a meter, it makes sense to conserve water - especially during the summer months. Here are a few ways you can do that.
As climate change is a hot topic at the moment, thanks to recent protests and the work of environmental activists, we take a look at how we can all contribute to reducing our impact on the planet at home, specifically with regard to our own area of expertise - plumbing and heating.
Suspect you may have a water leak somewhere in the house? Here are the signs to look for and how you can check for them.
Conserving water makes sense from an environmental and a cost perspective (if you have a water meter) but it's increasingly important as temperatures soar. Here are some really useful tips on reducing how much water you use in the home.
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