Posts Tagged: Advice

What to look for when buying a new home?

buying a new home and receiving a key

Spring is a great time for buying and selling a property; when the Christmas and half term breaks are over, buyers are in the mood to make changes to their lives. The warmer weather typically kicks things off when we’re all a bit more motivated to get looking for a new property or get the…

How to help the elderly and vulnerable this winter?

Daughter helping elderly vulnerable dad to stay in touch

The winter season is challenging in many ways: from increasing bills to unexpected breakages and lingering coughs and colds. But situations, which cause temporary discomfort for the regular person can be extremely difficult and even dangerous for the elderly and vulnerable. A beautiful snowfall, covering the city with a white blanket usually leads to a…

10 little-known energy saving secrets

Energy saving led light bulb on white background

Saving energy is not only great for the household bills, but it benefits the environment as well. When we dedicate to cutting down on our energy usage, we consume less natural resources and reduce pollution at the same time! Of course, we all know the major rules; choose energy saving lightbulbs, switch off plugs and…

How to deal with a frozen condensate pipe?

Engineer fixing boiler because of frozen condensate pipe

Frozen condensate pipes are usually the culprit behind your malfunctioning boiler and heating system during the coldest months of the year. All new boilers, installed in the last 10 years are condensate boilers because of a change in the law regulations. These boilers are better for the environment and more cost-efficient but their condensate pipes…