Congratulations and thanks to all of our team for their continued dedication to achieving high standards of work resulting in another successful inspection. In the inspectors own words following his inspection on 16th Feb 2018: “Neat installation work observed” , “good standard of work and certification seen on visit” , “well compiled report with clearly… Read more »
Great news if you live in, work in or visit Cramlington. Here is your opportunity to give your views and to be entered into a prize draw for your efforts! As ever, the more people who fill in surveys like this, the better for those collating the responses to draw the common as well as… Read more »
Demonstrating our commitment to the health & safety of our staff, clients and the general public, our full team completed Core Health & Safety Training today which included: Working at Height, Manual Handling and Asbestos Awareness.
Did you know….. there were 39,600 dwelling fires in Great Britain in 2013-14, 5% fewer than in 2012-13. Better but still room for improvement! Smokers’ materials cause the largest share of deaths in accidental dwelling fires (37%), while cooking appliances are the source of ignition in more than half. Over the next week we are posting… Read more »
As the days grow longer, the nights get lighter and you start to spend time in the garden, make sure you follow the Electrical Safety First guide to Electrical Safety Outdoors: http://bit.ly/1q1qpvd If you need any help or advice around any of the things covered in the guide please let us know.
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As a member of the Aico Fire Products Trained Installer Scheme we are trained to advise on the products you require to protect your property based on BS 5839-6:2013. Be it a bungalow or a 3-storey HMO we can advise on what to fit e.g. smoke detectors, heat detectors, carbon-monoxide detection devices and also where they… Read more »
Before the weather gets any worse this winter it might be worth taking a look at Northern Powergrids: ‘Power Cuts Advice & Check list of things to do / be aware of’ Hopefully the advice won’t need to be actioned but there is no harm in taking a quick look & being prepared!
Most electrics in a home are hidden away, which means you could you be taking a risk with wiring that’s past its use-by date. Julia Gray investigates UNLESS a property is new, or you have it newly rewired yourself, it is hard to know how old the wiring is and, crucially, if it is safe…. Read more »
Your fuseboard / fusebox – also known as a consumer unit – should be easy to find. You should be sure you know where it is in case you ever need to turn the electricity off in an emergency. It usually contains three things, and they are used to control and distribute electricity around your home…. Read more »