Garage door insulation is the process by which entry of heat and cold from the environment surrounding the garage is prevented.
It’s common to see vehicles parked on the drive or up the street at night, even in your own street.
This usually means that there is not enough room in the garage for vehicles as it’s being used for storage. Or you may find it has been converted into a bedroom or study. (more…)
If you have gas installed in your home, then you will need the services of a registered gasfitter or installer at some stage. For your safety all gasfitters are required to be registered by the Plumbers, Drainlayers & Gas Fitters board. Unlicenced work is both unsafe and illegal.
Gasfitters ensure appliances and connections are safe and won’t be dangerous. They are able to safely install, remove, repair or maintain a range of household gas appliances including heaters, hot water systems, central heating, ovens and hobs.
A gasfitter will not only install and service natural gas appliances and fixtures, but they’ll be able to install anything related to these like gas meters, valves, burners and regulators. They’ll be able to maintain and repair all this equipment. Often plumbers also do gas fitting, but as they require a different skill set, check that they are licenced to do gas fitting.
Once a builder has completed the basic structure, an installer will be responsible for setting it into the structure and attach all required gas and wiring. Once it’s positioned, the fireplace installer will add the mantle and any extra trim to finish it off.
There are many different types of fireplaces and restriction in your area may affect which type your home is best suited to. These include, Wood burners, ventilated and non-ventilated gas burners.
It is always advisable to hire a professional for any fireplace work as when dealing with a fireplace you are dealing with combustible gases, electricity, and potentially dangerous emissions, and potential fire hazards. Improper installations could easily result in disaster.