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Coronavirus FAQ for the plumbing industry

Izzy Schulman, director of Plumbers4u, provides some tips for those in the plumbing trade as the COVID-19 outbreak worsens.

Managing health risks within the plumbing industry

To mark World Plumbers Day this week, CE Safety, the health and safety training provider, highlighted the most common health risks for those in the plumbing sector and offer prevention advice.

How to use digital marketing to your advantage

Joseph Valente, former Apprentice winner and founder of boiler installation company ImpraGas, explains the importance of digital reach and its place in marketing for success, sharing the variety of ways you can improve your strategy and reach customers old and new.

Ways to winter-proof the home

During wintertime, it’s important homeowners are not over-reliant on their central heating to keep the house warm. Criterion Flooring explains some of the simple...

Four step guide for frozen condensate pipes

Baxi has helped installers reduce the number of unnecessary frozen condensate callouts when the temperature plummets by providing a four-step guide to share with homeowners.

Vent-Axia welcomes indoor air quality guidance

Ventilation manufacturer Vent-Axia has welcomed the publication of ‘Indoor Air Quality at Home’ guidance from the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE)

Keeping homes warm and costs down

Boiler Plan has revealed the perfect temperature for ensuring homes are kept warm throughout winter without the risk of spiralling bills

Employer guidance for the festive season

John Thompson, CEO of the Association of Plumbing & Heating Contractors (APHC), looks at whether employers are liable for any employee indiscretions over the festive period relating to drunk driving and inappropriate conduct at company events

GROHE’s tips for hot water tap projects

From considering energy efficiency to valves and vessels, GROHE has offered some advice for installing hot water taps

Bathroom trends to look out for in 2020

With 2019 dominated by industrial yet minimalist designs, 2020 is set to be an exciting year when it comes to interior bathroom trends, explains Simon Cornelius, head of marketing at Methven UK