BSRIA has launched its findings on the latest Traditional and Renewable Heating World Markets Analysis (May 2015) publishing 80 reports for 22 countries as part of its World Multi-Client Study.
Worldwide sales of boilers are growing, supported by positive economic developments and progr
Powered Now Survey: Rogue traders and rogue customers Although the mainstream press tends to focus on rogue traders (and 11% of those surveyed had encountered someone they regarded as a rogue trade
Sangamo’s range of digital time switches now offer the widest range of lighting compatability ever. Two new Astro Digital timers, switches that track dusk and dawn automatically, have been released which are fully tested with all modern lamps including LED and CFL lighting.
Honeywell (NYSE: HON) announces the availability of Fix-A-Fit, a comprehensive new guide to properly selecting, fitting and using industrial earplugs.
With Amber Rudd, the new Energy and Climate Change Secretary at the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) promising to deliver a solar revolution during her tenure , NAPIT says now is the time for installers to get involved with thi
BSRIA is delighted to announce that it has extended its scope of UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) accreditation to include laboratory based acoustic testing.
SALUS continues to blaze a trail in heating controls innovation with the introduction of a new programmable RF thermostat - xT500 - that offers homeowners and installers the ultimate in flexibility and control with a choice of three-way configuration.
A record number of electrical installers received free help and advice on how to get to grips with Amendment 3 at NAPIT EXPO on the Road, with a three-fold increase in attendees to the shows.
Investment from the crowd will drive adoption of mobile app to help tradesmen with an admin headache
Devon-based tech start-up, Powered Now, announces the launch of its second
BSRIA DISAPPOINTED THAT ENERGY-SAVING MATERIALS NO LONGER QUALIFY FOR REDUCED RATE VAT
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that the UK has failed to comply with the VAT Directive as it has applied a reduced rate of VAT to the supply and installation