We’ve talked a lot about the barriers women in plumbing encounter. These definitely affect the numbers of women who succeed in becoming plumbers; but because the barriers are serious, we sometimes forget to talk about how amazing, determined and skillful
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.
Our Stopcocks Women Plumbers are often referred to as Inspiring but what does ‘being an inspiration’ mean and does it help anyone to have ‘inspiration’? There are so many ways our women plumbers are an inspiration and each of them
‘TV Shows have a lot to answer for’ says Mica May; Marketing Director of Stopcocks Women Plumbers. She believes they encourage unrealistic expectations. We all watch them, the makeover TV shows, the build a new house from scratch TV shows
We’re approaching the first Bank Holiday of 2016, a time traditionally marked in Bath by DIY projects. The numbers of emergency call-outs we receive for leaks tends to rise during and just after a Bank Holiday. Here are some tips
We’re approaching the first Bank Holiday of 2016, a time traditionally marked by DIY projects. The numbers of emergency call-outs we receive for leaks tends to rise during and just after a Bank Holiday. Here are some tips to save
Bleeding radiators If your radiators are noisy or cold at the bottom, the easiest fix and first port of call will be to bleed them. This is a relatively easy job that most people will be able to learn quickly.
Who are Water Women; Rainwater Harvesting? Why are we doing this? How have we achieved it and what are the future plans? Water Women has grown from an idea in 2011 into real results in the form of a system
A collection of random pictures from the trip Nancy with her machete. They’re the multi-tool of choice and people use them for surprisingly delicate tasks. You’re not allowed to carry them in the city in Kenya as you’ll be arrested,