Plumbing tips every homeowner should know

Whether you just bought your first house, or you’re an experienced homeowner with a few properties under their sleeve, there are some plumbing tips you should know. Problems with your plumbing system are bound to occur at some point, and knowing what to do can be crucial in preventing damage to your property. There are…

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My boiler is leaking – what should I do next?

Finding a boiler leak can really ruin your day, and somehow it always happens at the least convenient time. Although, let’s admit it, who is ever ready to face a leaking boiler without worrying about their budget and safety? The good news is, a boiler leak will rarely pose a danger to your household but…

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Meet Marcus Hopkins – our September Employee of the Month

The season of falling leaves, cold wind and boiler breakdowns has come upon us again, and it is no surprise our teams are busier than ever. And with the kids back to school, and the winter approaching, it’s also the time when the majority of big home renovations take place. It was no surprise that…

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The best boiler for a small flat or house

Finding the best boiler for a small flat or house is extremely important. The ideal model will be able to reduce your bills, keep you warm with a minimal effort, and be almost invisible in the household. Pick a model that’s too powerful, and you’ll soon notice it affecting your bills, and disrupting your lifestyle.…

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Flooded basement – what to do next?

Flooded basements are not as uncommon, as you might think, especially once the rainy season really hits. Apart from rain, your basement might flood because of internal drainage problems, burst pipes, back up in the city sewer lines or failing appliances. The different source of the problem will require taking different actions to tackle it.…

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How to prepare your central heating system for the winter?

Turning on the heating system is what we consider the official start of the cold season. There is no use denying it, once the leaves start falling and the wind is blowing it’s time to crank up the thermostat. But before you turn the heating system on for the winter, you need to check it’s…

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Eight secrets for a positive work-life balance

You can either be successful at work, have a good social life, or have time for your family. Choose two, you can’t have it all. This has been a long-lasting conception, and it does tend to feel very true, especially in the middle of the week when tasks are piling, teachers are calling, and someone’s…

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