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Thinking of ditching virgins big cahona bundle and possibly tv subscriptions altogether, what are the best services I can get for minimal outlay?
I'm paying over £100 per month and my contract will end soon, I am aiming to be less than £50 per month, so here is what I was thinking if you...
Instead of trawling through all these sites for prices does anyone have the domestic installers price (yearly fee) from the top of their head. Oh and the pros and cons of which one to use??
Any help appreciated
Can anyone tell me what the cheapest part P scheme is?I know this has been asked before,i have done a search of the forum and cant find any recent posts so would like to know up to date prices.I saw a post on another forum that Napit dont charge VAT but when i looked at their website it appears...
I am a competent electrician and have all of my certificates, nvq3 etc I have also passed my 2391, can I sign off domestic jobs or do I need to do part p etc?? I am not with the nic eic or a governing body either, some people say I can and some say I can't
Right any advice would be very much apreciated, i have an install for a friend, they have a farm the stables being 30 meters away from the house which contains the meter & Cu a new CU would be installed then from that its another 25 meters to the point where SWA can be run underground, so i need...
Hi people been having a few problems with my test results fluctuating and I've found the problem is when I involve the green test lead on my megger multifunction tester so basically the green lead is goosed! So does anyone have a spare set or spare green lead they could sell me or cheapest place...
As MCS accredited installers how do you guys give your prospective customers a price do you give them a price there and then or do you carry out your site survey then come away and do all your SAP calcs etc and get back within in a day or so. Whats best ?
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