With utility bills on the increase along with the cost of living, here are some simple tips to help reduce your water bill. Fit a water-saving shower head A typical family home will save approximately 2% off their bills, or about £35 a year on average for a typical home, remember every little helps. Many water companies offer free water saving devices, give them a call to see what’s available. Switch Baths for Showers Simply
With rising utility costs and increasing price tariffs it’s time to get smart this winter with a few savvy tips and tricks to keep your bills lower. Here are some of our tried and tested ways to reduce your utility bills. Update your boiler With around 60% of your energy bills being used to heat your home, boiler efficiency is vital. An older boiler will typically use more gas to heat your home than a
If you love DIYing to solve your plumbing problems, you might have found yourself doing one of the following mistakes.   Have you tried to save money by doing it yourself and ended up paying way more than what was going to cost you in the first place?   Here is a list of the most common mistakes we encounter on a regular basis:  1. Overtightening connections   You might think the tighter, the better. But that
Central heating and running water are essential needs throughout the year, but they become vital during the colder days of the winter. As the days are shorter, people tend to spend more time at home. So, the last thing we need is plumbing problems in our households. Here are some tips that can help you get through the winter avoiding plumbing problems. 1. Insulate pipes During the winter, these can freeze and lead to a
Water is an essential good in every step of our day. Therefore, we tend to overuse it by not realizing how much we actually waste. Here are some simple things you can do to reduce your water usage and therefore the cost of your water bills: 1.     Consider using a washing up bowl Washing up bowls are smaller than the sink, and they allow you to wash several dishes with the same water. Fill up