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Electrical DIY is devaluing Britains homes

Brits turn ‘Do-It-Yourself’ into ‘Devalue-It-Yourself’. Prolific DIY'ers are doing themselves a major injustice when it comes to placing...

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FREE Fluke Power Quality Seminar with Acutest

Saving money and reducing costs is a key priority of any business. Attending a FREE Fluke Power Quality Seminar will help achieve key...

Good neighbours stop rogue traders

Good neighbours stop rogue traders

TrustMark, the Government endorsed quality mark for tradesmen, is supporting this year’s National Consumer Week ‘Good neighbours stop...

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Electrical DIY Resources – Are these horrors lurking in your local library?

The threat of unregistered electricians and dangerous DIY electrical works being carried out in unsuspecting...

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Marketing Event for Electricians this Friday

This Friday the 5th of September from 1pm-4pm, at a private location in Daventry, the very first marketing event for electricians will be run by “ToolBox Live”....

FREE Fluke Power Quality Seminar with Acutest

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Saving money and reducing costs is a key priority of any business. Attending a FREE Fluke Power Quality Seminar will help achieve key cost savings without affecting quality or productivity.

The Fluke Power Quality Seminar, held at several venues nationwide, will be of particular benefit to facility managers, maintenance engineers, energy consultancy and power engineers.

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Good neighbours stop rogue traders

Good neighbours stop rogue traders

TrustMark, the Government endorsed quality mark for tradesmen, is supporting this year’s National Consumer Week ‘Good neighbours stop rogue traders’ campaign (3-7 November), led by the Trading Standards Institute (TSI), Citizens Advice and the National Trading Standards Board, to tackle rogue doorstep traders preying on elderly and vulnerable neighbours.

How to electrical wiring videos can put you at risk

How to electrical wiring videos can put you at risk

New research from Electrical Safety First found that 21 million people would happily use an online ‘tutorial’ or ‘how to’ video to carry out home improvement – even if they lack the necessary experience[1]. Currently, there are over three million YouTube videos that feature DIY in the home, so it’s no surprise that people are relying on the internet for this kind of information, rather than seeking professional advice[2].

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