Posted by: jsharpe on November 21, 2016 in Heating, Technical Articles 5 top tips for optimum CO alarm installation To mark Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week 2016, Adrian Keats at Honeywell’s Home Safety business offers his top tips for optimum CO alarm installation. CO poisoning is a serious issue. It is estimated that over 4,000 people […]

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Posted by: jsharpe on November 23, 2016 in Industry News The AA launches The Big Boiler Handbook – All about central heating The AA has launched The Big Boiler Handbook, a free guide to help householders understand their heating systems. As winter rolls around and people begin to kick-start their boilers, many will find their homes […]

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It’s “extremely encouraging” to see boiler scrappage on the agenda – but lessons need to be learned from Boris Boiler scheme A spokesperson for Worcester, Bosch Group has called on the industry to ‘learn its lesson’ from the London Boiler Scrappage scheme and simplify initiatives aiming to encourage homeowners to upgrade their inefficient boilers. In […]

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Posted by: jsharpe on November 23, 2016 in Industry News The ‘Retro Boiler’ Label is “a great way to start the energy efficiency conversation” – Says HHIC It’s been one week since the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC), together with the boiler manufacturers, launched the ‘Retro Boiler’ Label. The scheme aims to tackle the […]

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Are fast-track training courses harming the industry? In the latest edition of the new monthly column, the Secret Installer looks at fast-track training courses, and how they affect the quality of work in the industry. I just cannot understand how people can think they can be qualified to do anything in just six weeks. Whether it […]

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