Too many plumbing students?

Too many plumbing students? »

Nathan Gambling (@betateach on Twitter), a plumbing and heating installer/lecturer, has responded to recent claims that there are too many apprentices in the

Helping customers to prevent burst water pipes

Helping customers to prevent burst water pipes »

Winter conditions adversely affect many homes in the UK, causing water pipes to expand and rupture in properties and ultimately causing irrevocable damage.

On the tools and also on the ball

On the tools and also on the ball »

She plays premiership rugby, travels around the globe for World Cup competitions, and works as a plumbing and drainage engineer. PHAM News

Inventor’s novel idea for better kneepads

Inventor’s novel idea for better kneepads »

A young entrepreneur from Gourock has reimagined the traditional kneepad design to launch a product aimed at tradespeople which reduces pressure on the

Changes to the RHI announced

Changes to the RHI announced »

On 30th August, the Government published Statutory Instrument (SI) 2017 857, which states that select changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will come

What can the commissioning industry  gain from lessons learned?

What can the commissioning industry gain from lessons learned? »

In this article, CSA Member Tony Anderson highlights the important and often overlooked issue of using previous problem-solving solutions to address new project

Raising awareness of new EN standards for thermal outputs from ceiling panels

Raising awareness of new EN standards for thermal outputs from ceiling panels »

Christian Schweyer, Technical & Sales Support forHeating and Cooling Ceiling Systems at Zehnder Group, discusses the new EN 14037-5 standard and why it’s vital that specifiers adhere to

An app by professionals, used by professionals

An app by professionals, used by professionals »

Designed by a qualified gas engineer, Gas App Uk provides installers with a one-stop resource for downloadable manuals, gas safety documents and

CO risk in low income homes

CO risk in low income homes »

New research suggests that low income households are most at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Adrian Keats from Honeywell’s Home Safety business looks at the figures

Are salaries in the industry too low?

Are salaries in the industry too low? »

Chris Flaherty, owner of Vietec Heating, believes that until the plumbing and heating industry is held in higher public