Weather News Predictions & Warnings to Emergency Plumbers
We have noticed that one of the first weather news predictions have just come out as reported in the Express. Emergency Plumbers & Heating engineers begin to prepare but should they? What the Express fail to mention is that similar patterns was mention the year before by news articles and also the news release has failed to mention that science can only predict the weather but not use this as a fact. We believe only the Met office is more accurate when it comes to predicting the weather due to the use of the machines and the equipment they have. The Met office has been around for a long time now and is also use by the Gritters. The government also rely on the Met office. So when you seek news, our advice is to check the local Met office which gives almost an accurate calculation over the next 4 days. Continue reading
Welcome back to the plumbing news and what better to start this of than a question that is often brought up ‘what central heating pump should I be fitting’
It’s well known that the wrong central heating pump gets fitted and in most cases, the cheapest pump is fitted. To stop this, a new legislation has come in to stop those fitting the wrong pump and to force those to fit a pump that is energy efficient saving the occupier 75% or more on there central heating. Continue reading
Weather Temperatures in March – A Record Breaking Month!
Is this the end of the beast from the east? March 2013 the second coldest Winter on record!
Emergency Plumber explains about the weather temperatures in March and is this set to break a record or get any worse? This may be the coldest weather in March and is set to last into the Easter weekend bringing the worst Easter Holidays in recent history and a boost to the plumbing industry.
This winter has brought some warmth and some cold spells but as not brought any records. This March is set to become the second coldest in history since 1962, where there was an average of only 1.9º. The previous record in second place, which is set to broken, was brought to the UK in 1987, where the temperatures were at an average of 3.3º. Due to the cold winds it has also brought a high demand in Boiler repairs. Due to the Boiler repairs at a high demand it is keeping the plumbing industry up above normal level. Martin Smith has notice there has been a rise in customers requiring an emergency plumber for Boiler related issues. Continue reading
Insulating your loft, hot water pipes and hot water cylinders can save you hundreds of pounds
The results of research by the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) have revealed that the insulation in your loft might not be as efficient as you think.
Topping up your loft insulation could save you £££s Continue reading
Is the cost of British Gas going to rise in 2014
It’s not worth cutting corners on boiler maintenance due to the rise of British Gas
News on British Gas – If you’ve been near a television or a radio this week, you’ll have probably already heard about the huge profits British Gas recorded in 2012. A news story which many people would have found difficult to swallow given the price rises imposed on customers by the energy company at the end of last year. Continue reading
Boiler sales in decline and will the Green Deal help to increase sales?
The answer is here about the decline of the Boiler sales in the UK and will this effect the job of the Emergency Plumber. Here are some questions asked below.
Boiler Sales down in the year of 2012
Why are boiler sales down and will the green deal help to increase sales?
What is the prediction for the weather in 2013?
Who do I contact for a green deal advisor on my Boiler?
Emergency Plumber on Burst Pipes – Common Causes – Prevention and Action
What are the most likely causes of burst pipes leading us to calling an Emergency Plumber?
Burst Pipes in the water system is one of the most common plumbing problems both in the home and the public system. Several things can cause Burst Pipes, the main one been freezing conditions.
Some other reasons why we need to call an emergency plumber can be pipe failure due to age, misuse or damage. The pipe can be put under a great pressure through the system and any fault in the piping will be exposed over time and broken down. The effects of burst pipes can be dramatic and devastating all at the same time. A burst pipe on the main system can cause damage to property, put people out of homes and even close an entire area of a town and roads for a number of days. This can leave people without water and even homes for days. Continue reading