Installer Blog

5 things installers look for when choosing and fitting an electric shower

As part of a new three-part blog series, Redring’s Head of Showers & Water Heating Richard Braid opens the discussion...

Are there too many “Get-me-a-Plumber” schemes? – The Secret Installer

In the latest edition of the popular monthly column, the Secret Installer asks: “Are there too many Find-a-Tradesperson schemes?”  This...

The focus must remain on reducing carbon emissions from heating

OFTEC CEO Paul Rose looks at how the UK can reduce Carbon Emissions from heating in a timely and efficient...

The benefits of summer services ☀️

Neil Mattock, Marketing Director at Vokèra, explores the benefits of encouraging customers to have their boilers serviced during the less...

How to deal with non-paying customers

In the June edition of the popular monthly column, the Secret Installer offers advice on how to deal with non-paying...

NIBE calls for policy to focus on phasing out heating oil for off-grid homes

NIBE responds to OFTEC’s vision for the future of off grid heating, and calls for the Government to focus on phasing...

How do installers juggle being both tradespeople and salespeople?

Neil Mattock, Marketing Director at Vokèra, talks to Installer about the challenge installers’ face being an experienced tradesperson as well...

The future still lies in liquid fuel – says OFTEC

OFTEC’s CEO Paul Rose responds to concerns that dangerous emission have not been given enough attention, and how oil boilers...

Could we use hydrogen gas for domestic heating in the not-so-distant future?

Neil Schofield from Worcester encourages the Government to progress the hydrogen gas for heating idea, and not wrap it in too...

Are dangerous emissions from heating being given the attention they deserve?

In his monthly blog written by NIBE Energy Systems MD Phil Hurley, Phil responds to the latest Air Quality Policy...