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Partner Rolec meets 18th Regulations

 Jan, 15 - 2019   Electrical

Our Partner Rolec EV has confirmed that its entire range of Electric Vehicle charging points have been developed to comply with the new IET 18th Edition Wiring Regulations that has been in force since 1st January 2019.   Kieron Alsop, Rolec EV’s Managing Director, commented: “As the manufacturer of Europe’s largest range...


Help your Customers understand the Gas Safe Message

 Jan, 14 - 2019   Gas

Some recently reported research has highlighted the confusion that still exists around the Gas Safe Register and its predecessor, CORGI.   An independent survey conducted by Ariston in association with a leading UK national newspaper reported that 27% of respondents would ask their gas engineer for evidence of CORGI registration,...


BS7671:2018 Corrigendum – December 2018

 Jan, 11 - 2019   Electrical

BS 7671 (IET Wiring Regulations) sets the standards for electrical installation in the UK and many other countries.   The IET co-publishes BS 7671 with the British Standards Institution (BSI) and is the authority on electrical installation.   The new 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations (BS7671:2018) was published in July...


2019’s New Year Training Tips for Tradespeople

 Jan, 08 - 2019   Tips/Advice

The New Year always feels like a reset from a tough previous 12 months, or a follow up to a successful year gone by in your chosen trade.   Whether you made a list of goals or not, it’s useful to look at where you are in your career.  ...


Tip #24: New careers for 2019 – Our Advice, Become a Plumber!

 Dec, 24 - 2018   Plumbing

Plumbers are always in demand, particularly at this time of year when burst and frozen pipes are common place.   Whether you’re working in a related trade, or starting from scratch, a career in plumbing could be a good move for 2019.   Where do I Start?   If you...


Tip #23: Get ready for the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations

 Dec, 23 - 2018   Electrical

The New Year is just around the corner and so are the new 18th Edition Wiring Regulations.   Introduced in July 2018, from January 1st they become mandatory and all electricians and trades people carrying out domestic electrical work will need to update their qualifications over the coming months to...


Tip #22: Use LinkedIn to Target Customers

 Dec, 22 - 2018   Business

We found a great quote on-line this week:   “Any individual who is not on LinkedIn these days is akin to a small business that was not in the yellow pages a few years back”   As a one-man band, or small business, you might feel that it’s irrelevant, but...


Tip #20: Customer Service – Our Advice on going the Extra Mile

 Dec, 20 - 2018   Business

However experienced you are and however good you are at your job, in a people-based trade, nothing beats good customer service.   Here’s our checklist to ensure you make the best impression when you’re out and about.   The Basics:   Turn up on time. If you’ve made an appointment...


Tip #16: Getting in your Local Press, our Advice on Public Relations

 Dec, 16 - 2018   Business

What is Public Relations?   What exactly is public relations? Well, basically it means getting your business in magazines and newspapers editorially, as opposed to paying for adverts.   For most sole traders and small business’, the key place to do this is your local press and related websites where...


Tip#12: How to Operate and Maintain your Flue Gas Analyser – Our Advice

 Dec, 14 - 2018   Gas

A flue gas analyser (FGA) is a vital tool for any Gas Safe Register, OFTEC or HETAS qualified engineer when installing, commissioning, fault finding, repairing or servicing heating appliances.   It measures the critical gases produced during the combustion process to determine if the appliance is operating efficiently and safely....