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Small Bathroom Ideas

Small Bathroom Ideas

Small Bathroom Ideas – 6 Tips to Increase Space & Light Are you sick of having a bathroom that feels more like a cubby hole? It’s a complaint that we hear over and over from our Luton customers. They know space is limited but want us to come up with some ideas for maximising the

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Plumbing Mistakes

Plumbing Mistakes

Top 5 DIY Plumbing Mistakes – And How to Avoid Them Easter’s coming up, it’s the first Spring Bank Holiday of the Spring and the start of the DIY season!   Just before you roll up your sleeves, though, take a look at the DIY plumbing mistakes the Simply Plumbing team encounter fairly regularly. DIY

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How Does Hard Water Affect Your Plumbing?

How Does Hard Water Affect Your Plumbing?

How Does Hard Water Affect Your Plumbing? In Luton we know all about hard water! It’s difficult to build up a lather with soap, and kettles need constant treatment for limescale. It can also aggravate, or even be the cause of dry skin, itchiness, and blocked pores. Bedfordshire has some of the hardest water in

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How to Save Money on Energy Bills

How to Save Money on Energy Bills

How to Save Money on Energy Bills The 54% rise in energy bills will impact most households across the UK when it comes into effect on April 1st, 2022. The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced measures to lessen the blow, but even after his £350 package is factored in, many people will still find it

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Bathroom Fitter Luton

Bathroom Fitter Luton

Should You Hire a Bathroom Fitter, or DIY? In the UK households tend to change their bathroom design every 7-10 years. The number one reason given for a change is usually updating a bathroom that’s looking tired. After that it’s because of problems with existing fittings, or because the owners are looking to sell their

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How to Prevent Frozen Pipes

How to Prevent Frozen Pipes

Wondering How to Prevent Frozen Pipes? The coldest temperatures for the UK tend to hit from the end of December through to February. During this period, it’s not unusual for the temperatures to dip below 0°C, which is the point at which water freezes. Once the freeze begins, water starts to expand, and that’s the

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