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February 2013

The UK Government has created a system whereby you can get paid for the electricity you generate with your solar panel array. About the Scheme The Feed in Tariff (FiTs) scheme guarantees a minimum payment for all electricity generated by the system, as well as a separate...

The Importance of Bathroom and Kitchen Fans.Bathroom and kitchen fans are an important part of your home's ventilation system. They remove odours from your house, which improves indoor air quality. They also remove moisture, which decreases the level of humidity in your house. High humidity can...

Help! My RCD Keeps Tripping In a vast number of homes nowadays are devices called RCD’s, you may have one or more in your consumer unit ,a special RCD socket or a plug in adapter which you use with your lawn mower etc. Why are RCD’s so...

All electrical installations deteriorate with age and use. They should therefore be inspected and tested at appropriate intervals to check whether they are in a satisfactory condition for continued service. Such safety checks are commonly referred to as 'periodic inspection and testing'. A periodic inspection will: Reveal...

Does My Project Need Building Regulations Approval? Yes, if it’s a new home or involves almost any new building work (such as a new wall), or structural alterations, such as a loft conversion. Projects that are exempt from Building Regulations include: porches (subject to the porch...

At worst, faulty electrics can be a serious fire hazard and can lead to electrocution and a potentially fatal accident. This is why electrics were brought in to the building regulations under Part P. Existing wiring installations are not covered, but if you make significant alterations...

  


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