Monthly Archives: November 2015

30 Nov

Plumber Wanted!

We are looking for a new plumber to join our busy team. If you’re interested, read on… Plumbing experience is essential. Experience in other skilled trades would be an advantage. Level 2 Plumbing (or equivalent in other trades) is required. Drivers license is absolutely essential. Own van/tools would be an advantage. The post is full

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26 Nov

Experience and Youth Combined!

Albert Einstein once said, “the only source of knowledge is experience“, whilst we might all fail to understand Einstein’s mathematical equations, that statement is definitely something we can all relate too! Experience can be the difference between success and failure in business but we can’t rely on experience alone. All good businesses need a balanced

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25 Nov

Variety is the spice of life!

The beauty of this business is the variety of people we meet and the work we carry out. One day might be spent carrying out boiler services in 4 or 5 houses and gas safety checks in 2 flats? The next day it could be a boiler installation, or even carrying out repairs at a

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19 Nov

What is a plumber?

I often think when a customer call us that they are not really sure of what it is we exactly do and or service we can provide for them? ‘A definition of a plumber‘ A plumber is a person who installs, repairs and maintains plumbing fixtures or systems used for water distribution and water waste

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12 Nov

Is it time to go with the flow?!

With an ever growing demand on corporate sustainability, commercial buildings need to embrace water-saving technology. Investing in efficient water management can help businesses make substantial savings, as well as meeting environmental responsibilities. According to statistics released by the Carbon Trust … in the next 15 years our water consumption in the UK is expected to

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05 Nov

CO Alarms legislation – Part 2

Continuing the discussion ………… Although the campaign goes on, the new measures do represent a step forward but critics warn they do not go far enough. The current legislation is only applicable to ‘Private Landlords’. We must ensure that all properties are included in this legislation whether they are in local authority rented properties or

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