JG Speedfit

Why underfloor heating installations are picking up in UK homes

With installations of underfloor heating (UFH) picking up pace in homes across the country, professional installers are presented opportunities to upskill, expand their service offerings and deliver on shifting customer expectations. For many, turning to tried and tested manufacturers is a critical first step in navigating the landscape of sustainable home heating, as Richard Bateman, […]

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The heating and plumbing market is “turbulent” and “challenging” but there is cause for optimism

Installer caught up with Sebastian Fleet, Head of National Accounts at RWC to talk about the current market situation, meeting the needs of customers, training and development, and how the business is getting ready for a sustainable future: RWC is the world’s largest water control valves and plastic and brass push-fit manufacturer and has been […]

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How to specify PRVs, backflow prevention and underfloor heating in sustainable homes

Eric Winter, Director of Product Development at RWC, explores how long-term performance, safety and sustainability can be specified into domestic plumbing and heating systems. The population of the UK is growing and, as it does, the demand for housing increases with it. Official estimates from the government’s manifesto outline the need for around 300,000 new […]

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The most frequently asked questions about JG Speedfit

JG Speedfit pipes and fittings are one of the most popular plumbing and heating solutions on the market today. And while ease of use is one of the main benefits of the technology, it is always best to ask questions about something you are unsure of. From general to more specific product questions, the JG […]

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Changes to plumbing and heating regulations for 2023 – What installers need to know

In 2022, not only did the UK government make significant changes to a number of existing building regulations, but they also introduced a new document focused on efficiency in new residential buildings. Many of these new changes have already started to affect the plumbing industry and are going to continue to do so in 2023. […]

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