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  1. Iím not sure that thereís any official...

    Posted by RJHeating, 21-04-22
    Iím not sure that thereís any official requirements for PPE/workwear (when self employed anyway - obviously working for a company they can impose their own rules and regulations) but it would...
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  2. As above, itís not unusual, but make sure you...

    Posted by RJHeating, 24-03-22
    As above, itís not unusual, but make sure you have a signed agreement in place for the entire works incl. the deposit. This will protect both you the client and the tradesperson carrying out the work.
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  3. As Aggy Steve has said, soldered, copper pipe is...

    Posted by RJHeating, 24-03-22
    As Aggy Steve has said, soldered, copper pipe is always preferable but there are many reasons why a client or tradesperson would opt for plastic, cost implications being the most likely one,...
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  4. With a leak, your system pressure would be...

    Posted by RJHeating, 15-03-22
    With a leak, your system pressure would be continuously dropping - but it is showing all signs of a leak, even down to sucking air into the system. When you first have a system installed, sometimes...
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  5. Nickvoc haha man after my own heart! The worst...

    Posted by RJHeating, 04-03-22
    Nickvoc haha man after my own heart! The worst thing is I still pay for Sky and end up watching all the others anyway 😂
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  6. Below Deck is the gift that keeps on giving -...

    Posted by RJHeating, 04-03-22
    Below Deck is the gift that keeps on giving - Iíve done all 9 seasons, and Below Deck Med annnnnd Below Deck Sailing 😂
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  7. It can be connected but youíd need to have the...

    Posted by RJHeating, 09-02-22
    It can be connected but youíd need to have the correct injectors for it as most come set up for LPG. I believe itís covered under Leisure appliances qualification
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  8. Exactly as @ChelseaDave...

    Posted by RJHeating, 09-02-22
    Exactly as @ChelseaDave has said. In an ideal situation youíd have the thermostatic valves outside the cover, aesthetically (which is usually why you have covers in the first place) this doesnít look...
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  9. Thatís good, definitely should have been FOC!...

    Posted by RJHeating, 31-01-22
    Thatís good, definitely should have been FOC! Glad you got it sorted!
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  10. Gas safety check and boiler service, electrical...

    Posted by RJHeating, 31-01-22
    Gas safety check and boiler service, electrical
    ​​​​​​​report and service charges!
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  11. Iíd say they should definitely be returning for...

    Posted by RJHeating, 31-01-22
    Iíd say they should definitely be returning for free to assess the situation if itís the same toilet they were working on. If itís something like a valve theyíve used to isolate the water when making...
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  12. Unfortunately itís not uncommon! A lot of people...

    Posted by RJHeating, 10-01-22
    Unfortunately itís not uncommon! A lot of people when selling a house live with the faults! If youíre based in South London/Surrey feel free to give us a call for a free quote....
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  13. Depending on your budget: High end: Vaillant...

    Posted by RJHeating, 10-01-22
    Depending on your budget:

    High end: Vaillant
    Mid Range: Glowworm or Baxi (Glowworm are owned by Vaillant and offer the same 10 year warranty).

    But the question is entirely subjective to the...
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  14. Iíve always been under the impression an FGA...

    Posted by RJHeating, 10-01-22
    Iíve always been under the impression an FGA check isnít always required depending on the age of the appliance.

    Sometimes thereís no analyser test point on older boilers and the flue terminal is...
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  15. Iíd agree, likely a balancing issue if itís all...

    Posted by RJHeating, 10-01-22
    Iíd agree, likely a balancing issue if itís all piped in correctly.
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  16. Thatís the divertor section on a Worcester CDi....

    Posted by RJHeating, 10-01-22
    Thatís the divertor section on a Worcester CDi. To be honest, replacing that part, a lot of other components need to come out to gain access. Given the age and likely water quality, it can be a...
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