ErP: not the whole picture

ErP: not the whole picture »

Chris Flaherty, owner of Vietec Heating, takes a look at the ErP and considers what system efficiency really means. We now ...

The problem with regulations, and a look at expansion vessels »

Are the rules and regulations for the plumbing and heating sector keeping up with the times? How is any lapse affecting installers in ...

The problem of non-accredited heating controls

The problem of non-accredited heating controls »

The growing presence of non-accredited heating controls in the industry may begin to present problems for homeowners in the long term, as they ...

Paris Climate Summit & Renewable Building Services »

Blog by Sally Davison | Marketing and Communications Manager at Jaga The United Nations Climate Change Conference will be held in Paris, from ...

Installers warned about the dangers of asbestos »

Following the recent prosecution of heating engineers for failing to take proper precautions when removing asbestos, the APHC has issued a reminder ...

Are installers prepared for energy labelling?

Are installers prepared for energy labelling? »

Come 26 September, installers will be required to produce a label showing the efficiency rating on newly fitted boilers and heating system ...

Industry response to closure of Green Deal

Industry response to closure of Green Deal »

In the wake of the Government’s announcement that it would end funding to the Green Deal Home Improvement fund, we have rounded up ...

How will the demise of zero carbon homes affect the industry?

How will the demise of zero carbon homes affect the industry? »

The Treasury’s recent announcement on the future of zero carbon homes is expected to result in “fewer financial burdens” for the construction sector, ...

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