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  • Check Your Boiler Before You Need It

    We might not want to think about it, but the nights are starting to draw in and it will soon be time to switch the central heating on. As the boiler has probably not been used much in the summer, it is essential to carry out a few checks. Continue reading

  • Prepare Your Guttering For Winter

    Winter is coming, and it is vital to make sure that the guttering and the roof it is attached to will provide an effective barrier between you and all the rainy storms that the chilly seasons can dish up. Now is a really good time to look at your gutters, before the cold really sets in and a problem could be a lot more difficult to remedy. Plus, it is good for peace of mind to know that you will be snug and dry all winter because your gutters have been inspected and are in good order. Continue reading

  • Prepare Your Home For Winter With Our Checklist

    The weather is starting to get colder, so now is the perfect time to prepare your home for the upcoming winter. No-one wants to have to deal with a burst frozen pipe or an icy draught when the weather is freezing, but thankfully you can avoid this by doing a few things to your home to prepare it for the cold weather. Continue reading

  • QUIET PLEASE! We're Reducing Noise at Salamander

    Modern living can be a noisy business, whether it’s mobile ringtones, loud traffic or other people’s choice of music assaulting our ears. We all want to reduce noise pollution, especially in our homes.

    Salamander Pumps recognise that noisy pumps are a big ‘no no’ for householders, and that when installers and consumers are choosing a pump, noise is very much a deciding factor. So they have invested a lot of time into reducing noise in their range of shower and whole house pumps.

    As a company compulsive about providing what customers want, Salamander recently had all their pumps independently tested against competitor's products by the UK’s leading acoustic test and calibration specialist, the University of Salford, so you don’t just have to take their word for it.

    The good news is that they came out really well, with the majority of the Salamander Pumps range sitting somewhere between the sound of gentle rainfall and a quiet kettle on the boil.

    RP dBA

    Salamander’s RP50PT, CT Force 15PT and CT 50 Xtra pumps are all rated some of the quietest in the 1.5bar class; and the RP75PT and the CT 75 Xtra are rated some of the quietest in the 2bar class.

    CT Xtra dBA

    The Salamander CT Force brass range holds noise ratings from as low as 42dBA, which combined with a robust brass impeller and a five-year warranty make it a very attractive shower pump choice. The CTForce30PT and CT Force 20PT are also rated quieter than the biggest selling brass twin ended shower pumps on the UK market.

    CT Force dBA

    In fact, Salamander Pumps slashed our pump noise levels by 15% in the last five years – that’s quite an achievement.

    Homeboost dba

    As a result of this hard work we are pleased to confirm that CT Xtra, CT Force, the new Right Pump Range and HomeBoost the mains water pump have all achieved the Quiet Mark award, making them some of the quietest pumps in their class.

    quiet mark

    We can’t promise you that shower pumps will be silent, but we can say is that Salamander Pumps are some of the quietest on the market. And that’s a fact.

    Click here to view the Salamander Pump range.

  • How Do I Become A Property Developer

    Being a property developer is an interesting business which can earn you a good income, covering both building projects and renovations. Obviously there are certain things you must do in order to make the maximum profit, such as finding the right location. This does not necessarily mean looking to invest in the best postcodes or in the centre of town. Here you'll pay a premium for the properties without necessarily maximising profits. Being near schools, public transport and open spaces are all essential when selling a property. Knowing the area can help as you may be able to spot the next up-and-coming district, so you can buy low and sell for a handsome profit. Search online to see what the average price for properties is in that area. Also cost in any additional expenses such as stamp duty, solicitors, search fees and renovations. Then you can work out your expected profit margin. Continue reading

  • Planning Your Kitchen

    When you’re planning a new kitchen, you need it to be functional and practical and to make the best possible use of the space available. You’ll need to think carefully about your lifestyle and whether you need state-of-the-art innovation or heart-of-the-home cosiness. Do you want to create a space for entertaining or for the family to relax and kick back in? Will you have a utility room or do you need space for cleaning as well as cooking? Continue reading

  • How To Patch Driveway Holes

    Driveway holes can be inconvenient, annoying and unsightly, but thankfully you can patch them up yourself. Continue reading

  • A Step By Step Guide To Adding An Extension Onto Your Home

    For more and more of us, going up, digging down or building out is becoming the savvy way to own the ideal home. Improving rather than moving makes a lot of sense. You can improve your current home and add value for when you eventually choose to move on. Continue reading

  • How To Block Pave Your Driveway

    If you want to block pave your own driveway here is a step by step guide to help you, covering all aspects of the process from start to finish. Continue reading

  • Should I Use Paint or Varnish To Protect My Wooden Garden Furniture

    In the past, wooden garden furniture came in two colours - one was silvery grey as the wood weathered, and the other was brown if the wood had been creosoted. We no longer use creosote because it's environmentally harmful, and we no longer restrict our garden design to shades of brown and grey. A whole raft of great new products means that we can apply the same creativity to our garden furniture that we do to our houses. Continue reading

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