Is DIY on the decline? In the last week we have been approached by local and national media for comments on the decline of DIY skills in the general population. Here are some thoughts on that, based on what our
Christmas is coming and the weather’s getting cold. Don’t get caught out by frozen taps. Even when they’re well lagged, outside taps and pipes are can freeze and burst very easily. Don’t take the risk. Turn off outside taps! It’s
Guest Post Know where your stopcock is. Not necessarily the first thing people sit and think about, but from a plumbing point of view, it’s vital. Why? Well, if you get a burst pipe, need to change a tap
You would think that as a plumber I would be trying to get you (the public) to call us out at the drop of a hat. Well, you’d be mistaken. Emergency plumbers are amongst the most expensive to call out.
Toolbox Essentials It isn’t essential for your first toolbox to cost you an arm and a leg! The fourth Tutorial for Stopcocks Women Plumbers by Hattie Hasan author of The Joy of Plumbing; a guide to living the life you
Installing a Radiator can be done by anyone with good DIY skills. Hattie Hasan author of ‘The Joy of Plumbing’ (http://joyofplumbing.co.uk). This short film shows how to fit a radiator from draining down the system to adding the finishing touches.
You can stop your own toilet from overflowing and prevent a flooding emergency. Second tutorial video for Stopcocks Women Plumbers by Hattie Hasan author of The Joy of Plumbing; a guide to living the life you really really want (http://joyofplumbing.co.uk),
You can change your own Tap Washer and get rid of that annoying drip! In some Southern UK areas it will take longer to drain down the water for upstairs taps. No worries, you can still change your own tap