Gas safety is important all year round, but it is not always a household’s top priority. Gas Safety Week provides a platform for the gas industry, consumer organisations and individuals to focus all our communications about gas safety in one week, generating interest in the media and having a greater impact amongst the public.
Autumn is not usually the time when you might think to have your central heating or boiler serviced but while our air conditioning team are at their busiest, now is the best opportunity to take advantage of our greater availability and guaranteed discounted rates.
Boiler Breakdown? It's not just hot air. The damage that dirt within a heating system can cause can be as expensive as it is frustrating when, suddenly, your home or office feels like an iceberg as the winter months kick in, so the importance of its removal and regular maintenance cannot be underestimated..
Despite the improvement in water waste management, the annual water efficiency tracker survey suggests that 37% of those surveyed did not know their daily water usage. This has led Waterwise, the independent body which has become the leading authority on water efficiency in the UK and Europe, to convey that the UK does not understand the origin of its water consumption.
As Boris Johnson was preparing to pack up the removal van and leave City Hall he left a generous parting gift to 6,500 of the capital’s owner-occupiers and residential landlords in the shape of the London Boiler Scrappage Scheme. Could you be one of the 6,500?
Since this time last year our business has grown, our staff numbers have expanded accordingly and we have seen the need to move into larger offices at our base in South Croydon, but we would not have had such a successful transition without our very able office management staff.
It may be impossible to completely eradicate accidents involving gas and heating installations, but it is every company’s legal and moral responsibility to put measures in place to try to avoid them happening. Between 2009 and 2014 court cases carried out by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) saw a 94% conviction rate, or an average of 562 convictions per year.