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Thousands of jobs cancelled because of ‘pingdemic’

‘Pingdemic’ cancellations have already cost kitchen, bedroom and bathroom installers millions of pounds collectively

CIPHE advises on post ‘freedom day’ safety

The Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering has given advice and tips on how tradespeople can navigate work safely while COVID-19 cases are still rising now that restrictions have been lifted.

Pimlico Plumbers acquires railway arch space for training centre

Pimlico Plumbers has expanded its London headquarters with the acquisition of new commercial railway arch space for a dedicated apprenticeship training centre, taking the company's total footprint to around 80,000 sq ft

London is busiest city in UK for tradespeople

Research from alldayPA has found that London is the best place in the country to work as a plumber in terms of workload, according to Google search analytics.

Plumbers’ company lecture scheduled for October

This year's keynote speech for the Worshipful Company of Plumber’s lecture will be delivered by the current master of the Company.

Wilo UK raises £8,377 for UK cancer support charity

Colleagues at Wilo UK have raised £8,377 for Maggie’s cancer support centre in Nottingham after taking part in a five-day cycling challenge that saw the team collectively cycle over 1,700 miles.

Merchant sales show continued growth trajectory

Latest figures from the Builders Merchants Building Index (BMBI) reveal that year-on-year sales through UK builders’ merchants are on an upward trajectory

Olympian chooses Overlay Plus for underfloor heating

Olympic gold medal GB and hurdles star Sally Gunnell and her family have chosen Polypipe’s Overlay Plus system for underfloor heating

Manufacturers make hydrogen-ready boiler price-promise

The boiler industry’s Big Four will help consumers reduce carbon emissions from home heating and hot water and assist delivering the UK’s net zero commitments with a price-promise, that could save consumers up to £2.3 billion.

Bathrooms revealed to be the most popular room to renovate in...

Homeowners have spent roughly £39 billion on home improvements, with Insulation4Less finding that the bathroom is the most popular room to renovate among homeowners this year.