Author: Steve Marshall

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We know that this is a worrying time for everyone across the World right now, both from a personal perspective as well as for your business. That’s why, we’re keen to reassure you that we’re doing as much as possible

Heating engineers & plumbers widely trusted in Which? survey

Research from Which? has revealed that central heating engineers are widely trusted to do a good job, with three quarters (75%) feeling confident in the profession. While Plumbers also came in high at 73%, the survey showed that roofers and

Danfoss welcomes updated requirements to EPBD

Fitting Individual room temperature controls, such as thermostatic radiator valves (TRV), has been announced among a number of requirements for new buildings, and existing buildings. Required in buildings where heat generators are being replaced, the new Energy Performance of Buildings

Female plumbers have more plans in the pipeline

BLOCKED toilets and busted flushes are not the only things that Laura Swanston and Kate Milton are fixing. The pair, who quit well-paid desk jobs to start their own plumbing firm, are taking on the outdated stereotype that it is

Poorly Maintained Plumbing Often Leads to Legionnaires’ Disease, CDC Says

As New York City struggles to contain an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease, two new U.S. government reports show the bacteria that causes the potentially deadly illness can take root in a myriad of water sources. Those sources can include poorly