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We’d all like to save a little money, and household bills can never be too small. One thing you can do to reduce those bills is save water. Not only can reducing the amount of water you use lower your water bill, but it can also lower your energy bill if less water needs to be heated.

07th March 2017

The Nest Learning Thermostat automatically programmes itself, saves you energy, and can be controlled by your mobile phone. The 3rd-gen model features hot water control and a big display.

15th February 2017

If you have been a landlord for many years, you are likely to be aware of all the legal responsibilities you have when it comes to keeping your property (or properties) in good condition. But if you’re just starting out, there may be some things you’re not quite sure of yet.

17th January 2017

Do you know if your water is hard or soft, and why it matters? If you live in the Northampton area you have hard or very hard water, but what does this mean, and can you (or should you) do anything about it? Read on to find out.

What is the difference between hard and soft water?

09th December 2016

Feeling the chill yet? With the weather getting colder and December fast approaching, now is a good time to think about your pipes and how you can protect them from freezing or even bursting this winter. Here are a few things you can do to prevent your pipes from freezing.

17th November 2016

Winter is slowly creeping in again, and you may already be feeling the chill and turning on your central heating. Now is a great time to think about your central heating and whether it’s working well enough for you – before winter really kicks in!

26th October 2016

The bathroom is usually the smallest space in the house, and this is particularly true for some people more than others. Whether you have a small downstairs toilet or your main bathroom is looking a little cramped, most people would agree that bigger is better. So what can you do to add some extra space to your bathroom?

13th September 2016

Looking to save money on your heating bill? Your central heating may be the furthest thing from your mind during mid-August, but in a month or two it will start to get cooler and you’ll want your house to be nice and toasty, but you also want your bills to be as low as possible.

12th August 2016

If your bathroom is looking a little past its best or no longer fulfils your needs, it might be time to treat the family to a shiny new bathroom suite. But there’s a lot to think about even when remodelling a small room, so here are a few things to consider before you start picking out taps.

28th July 2016

Having trouble with your boiler? If your boiler has one of these common problems, read on to find out what could be causing it, and the steps you could take to diagnose or fix the problem before calling out a professional plumber.

No heat or hot water

13th July 2016