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Preparing LPG users for the winter

Liquid Gas UK is urging consumers to check that they have a full tank of fuel as the colder months approach to minimise the chance of disruption to supply

Cleaning handheld and power tools

Lisa Evans from MyJobQuote has provided some top tips on how to effectively clean tools and prevent them from deteriorating

Underfloor heating and smart control questions answered in REHAU guide

Contractors must be prepared for the growing popularity of smart control technology in residential and commercial building heating systems, according to ‘Warming The Next Generation’

Tips for selecting and protecting radiators

Vasco shares some tips on helping homeowners select a suitable designer radiator

Dickies Workwear prepares students for a job in trades

Trade lifestyle experts at Dickies Workwear have created a guide that highlights the steps students and young people should follow before starting a role in the trades sector

Cistermiser: Stadium urinals provide the winning solution

Manufacturer of washroom control products Cistermiser offers some insight on the value of urinals as a solution for large-scale venues such as football stadiums

Industry helps ensure safer re-openings amid legionella risk

Plumbing and heating engineers have a crucial part to play in the safe reopening of commercial buildings.

How to maximise opportunities working as lockdown eases

Tom Hood, UK sales director from ADEY shares some thoughts and advice on how installers can maximise the business opportunities available as lockdown eases

Post-coronavirus plumbing: Adapting to the new normal

No amount of planning could have prepared self-employed tradespeople and other construction workers for the coronavirus crisis.

Critical role of ventilation in lockdown transition

Alan Macklin, technical director at Elta Group and chairman of the Fan Manufacturer’s Association (FMA), has drawn attention to the critical role that ventilation will play as the UK begins transitioning out of lockdown.