Installer Blog

PAS 2030 is certainly no cure for nappy rash

The problem with a government (any government, not just this one) is the inability to do anything without masses of...

Confusion across the border

The consultation phase of the 2013 revisions to the Building Regulations once again drew attention to the differences in policies...

Snakes and ladders

Andy Buchan, Managing Director of Cotswold Efficient Energy Centre, hopes the installer is not being overlooked by the latest scheme....

200 not out

Undoubtedly, a lot has changed in the heating and plumbing industry since Issue 1 of The Gas Installer first appeared...

Inspiration for the Nation: SuperHomes Week

Interest in eco refurbishment has enjoyed a big boost over recent months. The Green Deal was launched in January and...

The first Green Deal statistics

The Green Deal is helping the people of Great Britain stay warm for less, and today’s first official numbers are...

Caring for the customer

Darren Payne, Operations Director, Vokèra looks at the issue of customer care, what’s involved and why it makes a difference...

Challenging the heat pump obsession

Like any industry, the heating sector is subject to trends, tendencies and inclinations towards particular products; however it would seem...

Commercial boilers could be main player under new Part L

A cloud still hangs over the future of Part L and the heating industry is on tenterhooks waiting to discover...

Is social media for my business?

Online editor of InstallerOnline.co.uk, Alvin Gunputh, talks about the social media explosion and whether this is something that small businesses...