A lighting supplier has been fined for requiring retailers to use a minimum price when selling their products online. The National Lighting Company (NLC) supplies light fittings to a range of retailers who then sell them […]
A rogue builder, who falsely claimed to be NICEIC registered, faces a possible jail sentence after deceiving customers out of thousands of pounds.
A rogue builder, who falsely claimed to be NICEIC registered, faces a possible jail sentence after deceiving customers out of thousands of pounds. Umran Suleman, from Blackburn, pleaded guilty to 17 charges under trading standards […]
Following the introduction of the updated regulations in July 2015, which stipulate the use of metal clips within the escape routes of buildings, there has been an increased demand for metal fixings. Metal nail fixing […]
JCC’s market leading Skytile® LED Panel is now available with integrated daylight harvesting or microwave presence detection. JCC’s new Skytile® Sense range uses microwave presence detection or daylight harvesting to ensure energy is only used […]
A new campaign to raise awareness of the 18th edition of the Wiring Regulations (BS 7671) has been launched by the ECA. Entitled #Project18, the campaign initially includes a series of bitesize video updates on […]
NICEIC is urging all electrical contractors to contribute to the public consultation on the proposed changes to the 18th Edition of the wiring regulations. The 18th edition of BS7671 IET Wiring Regulations is due out […]
The crimes of cowboy builders are well publicised, but AXA’s latest study finds the rogue traders may well be out-numbered by rogue customers. Eight in ten tradesmen told the survey they regularly encounter customers who […]