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Electrical Fire Safety Week

Electrical goods are an integral part of our everyday life, but have we forgotten about the potential dangers they hold? When items are faulty, damaged or left unattended, they become a greater threat to our safety. Each year there are on average 350,000 people who are seriously injured and 70 people killed from electrical accidents […]

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Kitchen extension ideas to open up your home

Planning to create a little more space in your home? Then adding an extension to your kitchen could be the right choice for you. As well as increasing the property value dramatically, it can also improve your quality of living, giving you the space you need to relax, entertain and dine. The extra space will […]

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Top 5 Common Causes of Electrical House Fires

The majority of fires are preventable and with a few simple steps, you can minimise the potential risks. Here’s what you need to know about 5 of the most common electrical fires. For general electrical equipment, it’s important that your appliances do not have any loose/broken cables, you aren’t over using the extension lead and […]

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Health and Safety Regulations and ‘Barmy Bans’

The Health and Safety act has been in power since 1974 and states how employers have a responsibility to ensure the health, safety and welfare of their employees and also to protect the public from potential risks too. What was once an appropriate set of regulations, which put the employees first, has turned silly and […]

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New Law for Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

As of the 1st of October 2015, it is a legal requirement for all landlords in the private rental sector (PRS) to fit a smoke alarm on every floor of their rental properties and a carbon monoxide alarm in any room which contains a solid fuel burning appliance, to protect tenants. Government support The law only […]

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