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The temperatures may be continuing to dip but you can still get your friends and family over for a BBQ party. Sound nutty? Imagine holding a warm roll packed with pulled pork on a cold day or biting into a sausage and feeling the heat drift down into your stomach.
Moving home is an exciting time, but also a very busy one, and there will be a million and one things on your checklist. Ensuring that your new home is gas safe shouldn’t get missed off that list as it is incredibly important. Our guide will help you to make sure the home you are moving into is gas safe - and provide advice on how to keep it that way.
If you love all things vintage and your style harks back to the 50s and 60s, why not extend that aesthetic to your kitchen? The good news is that you don’t have to go back to the technology of the 1950s in order to emulate the style of the era (although when it comes to ovens, 50s functionality is superb). A number of brands have combined retro style with the very latest in oven technology. What’s not to love?
Gas meters measure the amount of gas your property uses, so understanding how to read yours will mean that you should never receive an estimated bill again. A meter reader should visit your home to take a reading but if they cannot access the meter, we will have to send a bill with an estimate of your usage. Gas meters may look complicated but are in fact incredibly easy to read once you know how. Our guide should help you get to grips with your particular meter.
We all love a good BBQ, especially during the warm days of summer. There’s nothing quite like cooking outside on a grill, cool drink in hand, family and friends around you. However, if not treated with respect, gas BBQs can be dangerous. With a little common sense and the following of a few simple rules, you can have a fun and safe BBQ any time you wish.