Flame Heating Spares is to support the region’s installers with the launch of a new app.
Friends and families who have lost loved ones to workplace fatalities are having to wait an average of three years and four months to secure justice, according to research by Unite.
The BWT Group has extended its involvement in motor sport by forging a partnership with the Sahara Force India Formula 1 racing team.
With new research revealing some unexpected, grave repercussions of air quality pollution, Xpelair is reminding the industry of the importance of ensuring adequate ventilation.
From 1 to 7 June the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE) will be joining organisations all over the country to celebrate Volunteers’ Week 2017.
With April 25 marking national ‘Hug a Plumber Day’ and the start of the CV Show, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles will be using its presence at the show to demonstrate its appreciation.
Energy efficiency campaigner and founder of Green Heat Peter Thom is becoming increasingly concerned that Building Regulations are being regularly flouted in the growing market for replacing gas boilers with electric heating appliances.
OFTEC and the Consumer Council Northern Ireland are urging consumers in Northern Ireland to book a professional boiler service.
Bristan has teamed up with the experts at Plumb Center to offer four VIP tickets to sporting events, up for grabs during each month of the promotion.
A new radio station dedicated to tradespeople will be giving out 20,000 bacon butties to builders after it launches later this month.
New online tool explores the top 20 best UK cities to work in the trades
The government has issued positive statements indicating its continued commitment to the existing EU legislation surrounding energy efficient products.
BSRIA has responded to the Prime Minister's announcement of an upcoming General Election by saying it hopes the announcement will bring 'much-needed clarity and order'
Activity in the construction industry is rising at a faster pace following the EU referendum than initially expected, according to the latest forecasts by the Construction Products Association (CPA).
Fernox is lending its support to the children’s cancer charity Candlelighters, and has donated 12 TF1 Omega Filters and various chemical water treatment products to the Gas Chat Tour, which is providing free central heating system installations in exchange for charitable donations.
Although the 2017 reform of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Regulations were placed before Parliament on 14 March 2017, according to the Heat Pump Association (HPA), drafting issues with the Non-Domestic Regulations mean the reform is unlikely to be implemented until the end of June.
Punctuality is the single most desirable quality that homeowners look for in a tradesperson, according to new research by Plentific.com
Pimlico Plumbers has embarked on a £500,000 construction project to increase capacity at its central London headquarters.
This month's launch of the Apprenticeship Levy has coincided with a critical report from the All-Party Parliamentary Education Committee, which dubbed it a "blunt instrument" that would do little to tackle the skills gap without significant changes.
Woodsure calls for industry to promote the benefits of using quality wood fuel
The IDHEE Conference in June will focus on how the growth of smart home technology can provide great opportunities for heating engineers
The President of the Association of Plumbing & Heating Contractors (APHC) is asking companies within the plumbing and heating sector to review and provide input into the government's Industrial Strategy Document.
Kohler Mira has smashed its fundraising target for Cancer Research UK (CRUK), which has resulted in a total of £92,000 handed over to the charity.
Boiler manufacturer Baxi has joined Carbon Connect, an independent, cross-party forum that aims to inform and guide the transition to a low carbon future underpinned by sustainable energy.
An unregistered plumber from Dawlish has been fined after leaving gas work in a dangerous state.
Viessmann installers from England and Germany will compete against each other in a friendly football match at Huddersfield Town Football Club on 21 April.
The 'Gas Chat' nationwide tour continues to successfully raise money for children's charity Candlelighters after completing its third installation of the year.
Unite, the UK’s largest union, is warning the introduction of the new apprenticeship levy could be taken off course and lead to a sharp rise in sub-standard apprenticeships.
Bathroom company Bassetts has launched its Nightmare Bathrooms Competition, giving householders in Northern Ireland the chance to bring their bathroom up to date with a new £10,000 renovation.
The search for UK Plumber of the Year 2017 launched on 3 April, recognising the remarkable level of talented tradespeople across the UK, with another huge prize fund for the worthy winner.
Two companies have been fined after unsafe asbestos work was carried out in the kitchen of a property in Leatherhead, Surrey.
For those engineers active on social media, you will have seen how, over recent weeks and months, the plumbing and heating industry has come together with a common goal - to have their voice heard.
The national campaign ‘Spotlight on…illegal workers’ has been launched by the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
Reforms to the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) were introduced on 1 April that will provide consumers with extra support to make their homes cheaper and easier to heat.
The government's flagship apprenticeships policies have a worrying lack of focus and will not fill widening skills gaps unless they concentrate on sectors and regions where training is most needed, according to a report released on 30 March.
Elmhurst Energy, the energy performance assessment specialist, is optimistic about the outcome for the energy assessment industry following Theresa May’s formal triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, beginning the UK’s departure from the European Union.
Plumbase has brought back its programme of Innovation Nights, aimed at giving installers a first glimpse of some of the newest products on the plumbing and heating market.
The Heat Pump Association (HPA) and The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) have joined other leading organisations in writing to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, Rt Hon. Greg Clark MP.
Installers have been urged to take extra caution over their choice of boiler components and accessories, amid a growing number of controls and flue systems being sold on the internet as compatible with certain manufacturers’ boiler models.
Small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) are focusing on the potential of employee benefits to help boost productivity and improve company performance, according to new research from MetLife’s UK Employee Benefit Trends Study 2017.
Pimlico Plumbers' Charlie Mullins has backed the Asphalt Industry Alliance survey, highlighting that road damage takes the company's vehicles off the road every week.
Jewson has announced the return of Building Better Communities for 2017, the competition where deserving causes and tradespeople that make a difference in their local areas can win a share of a £250,000 total prize fund.
The Association of Plumbing & Heating Contractors (APHC) is reminding plumbing and heating engineers about the value of retaining their plumbing and heating qualification certificates.
Heating controls expert Drayton is supporting Comic Relief by fundraising for Red Nose Day 2017 with its quirky ‘Brainspotting’ campaign.
JTL held its annual awards ceremony at the Institute of Engineering and Technology in London’s Savoy Place on 15 March.
Installing efficient heat emitters – be they radiators, convectors or surface heating and cooling – is essential to improve the efficiency of Europe’s old building stock.
For the third year running, JT, Plumb Center and Bristan have joined forces to launch the 2017 UK Plumber of the Year competition, following the success of the first two instalments.
An unregistered gas fitter was fined and given a suspended prison sentence on 20 March, for illegally carrying out gas safety work at a rented house in Plymouth.
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