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5 things installers need to know about fitting zone valves

Tameson looks at 5 things installers need to know about fitting zone valves for heating systems. Central heating systems with...

10 Warning lights – what is your van trying to tell you?

Warning lights flag up a number of problems with your vehicle from an oil shortage, to an engine fault, but...

4 things installers can do to avoid call backs on RF controls

With installers more frequently being asked by their customers about smart technology, such as Radio Frequency (RF) controls. Martyn Bridges,...

What impact will the HMRC’s CEST (Check Employment Status for Tax) tool have on the heating and plumbing industry?

HMRC has recently introduced a new online employment status indicator tool for plumbing and other construction companies who engage, and...

Prime Minister pledges to look at a graduated licensing (GDL) scheme for young drivers

Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to look at introducing a graduated licensing (GDL) scheme for young drivers – calling...

Energy efficiency is biggest driver when choosing heating systems for new property developments

Meeting the energy efficiency requirements of Building Regulations remains the biggest driver when choosing heating, cooling and hot water systems...

Why leasing and not buying vans is the best choice for installers

An installer’s van is a vital tool – as integral to their professional existence as their merchant account, Gas Safe...

Top 5 Cordless Drills on the market

Installers know that a drill is one of the essential pieces of kit to get their jobs done well, but...

Should drivers be punished for going just 1mph over the speed limit?

Drivers going just 1mph over the speed limit should be punished, a high-ranking police official has said. Chief Constable Anthony...

Why Spirotech’s training on deaeration and dirt separation is a hit with installers

Spirotech is on a mission to spread the message about deaeration and dirt separation to engineers. Installer headed to a...