Expert Advice Interviews & Case Studies
Husband-and-wife team Scott and Fran Priddey started Birmingham firm SAFGas back in 2010, and reckon they make a pretty good combination
Tim Sainty explains how installers can take advantage of its offering
At the heart of Waterwise’s campaigns is the need for greater recognition among households and businesses of the importance of conserving water. Plumbers can play their part too, says Stephanie Hurry
Funded by the water industry, WaterSafe is a national accreditation scheme that checks and approves local plumbers to support home owners in finding reputable tradespeople. We spoke to Julie Spinks, managing director of the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS), to find out more
BEAMA is the leading trade association for manufacturers of electrical infrastructure products and systems, including services for the domestic and commercial built environment. We spoke to marketing director Kelly Butler to learn more about the organisation
For Peter Booth, 35, a plumber and gas engineer from Leicester, the industry has always been in the blood.
Plumbed In/Talking Point
Point of no return: A boiler breakdown will often only require a simple repair, but sometimes a new boiler will be needed.
Installers have to tread a fine line
Smart showering: As the product that launched the digital showering experience back in 2001, Aqualisa’s Quartz remains the best-selling digital shower in the UK.
David Beattie highlights how to go about fitting the updated version
Experts on Tap
Smart controls are shaking up the way we live and heat our houses, as well as creating opportunities for installers
I’m winning more commercial work. I know domestic plumbing like the back of my hand but when it comes to the commercial sector, it’s taking me a while to identify the right product for each job. Where should I go for help?