Of 100,000 Gas Safe registered heating engineers, fewer than 500 are female. Why?
Halloween is here, but you don’t need to be scared of plumbing disasters! Follow these simple tips or call us on 08008620010
Christina Birch is the Stopcocks Gas Engineer in St Albans and the rest of Hertfordshire.
Here are 10 top tips to help you keep your home safe if you have a gas leak.
It’s Gas Safety Week, watch Stopcocks Women Plumbers short video of nine easy to follow tips to help you keep your home and family safe.
Gas leaks can cause explosions and less dramatically but just as dangerous, poorly functioning gas appliances can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning. This can cause nasty headaches, sickness and even death.
Please act on these simple to follow tips.
Do you want more time? When it’s gone it’s gone! We all want more time – it’s the only resource we can’t get more of. For women plumbers considering running your own business, you’re probably wondering whether you can make
The media focus mostly on ‘bad plumbers’ and there are plenty of good plumbers, but what makes an excellent plumber? Attention to Detail is one attribute of an excellent Plumber Our business is all about excellent plumbers but I realised
Quality Plumbing Week 2016 starts on October 3rd Transforming the reputation of an industry – is one week enough? For the last few years attempts are being made to address the lamentable reputation of plumbers among British Householders; APAC run
Keep safe and help your family stay safe by following these 7 simple Gas Safety Week Tips. Gas Safety Week is September 19th – 25th. Tip 1. Only use your gas appliances for their intended use Tip 2.
Carbon Monoxide is a Silent Killer. CO poisoning is a risk with any gas or solid fuel appliance. Odourless, invisible and deadly, Carbon Monoxide is produced by a faulty appliance or if the flue is blocked – which is why
Cleaning blocked drains is simple when you know how and can save you lots of money calling a plumber. Remember, prevention is better than cure! Baths and shower drains 1) Most blocked drains in the bath are caused by hair,