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Great Weekend in the plumbing World at Ability. Once again we have manage to keep people warm both inside and outside of their homes, with the house boilers and Swimming pool boilers of West Kent, East Sussex and Most of the South East in General.

Plumbers on call

With two of us on call-everyone that needed us was able to use their hot water at home and their warm swimming pools or hot tubs. It was a weekend of local visits for our plumbers who like to be on hand when things need attention.

Tom and Daniel have been on call and working over the weekend and have successfully managed to see that those in need of our plumbing services have been visited and are satisfied with our visits.

So i will end this post with a little note on an article in the GAS SAFE magazine on your barbecuing. sometimes we can all over look CO poisoning when cooking on the sunny day for friends and family. Please be safe when working with any fuel in your garden.

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Four out of five people don’t think about CO poisoning as a potential danger when they’re barbecuing. More people are concerned about food poisoning (67 per cent), burns (51 per cent), child safety (49 per cent), garden fires (29 per cent) and drunken accidents (27 per cent).

In fact, CO poisoning was placed only slightly ahead of worries about damaging the garden or plants (19 per cent) when barbecuing.

As summer arrives, half the nation (52 per cent) are planning on barbecuing an average of five times for family and friends this year – and Gas Safe Register is reminding people to be aware of the symptoms of CO poisoning.

Hints and tips

The Register is sharing barbecue safety tips and urging people to keep themselves safe by knowing the symptoms:

  • Never use a barbecue inside.
  • Don’t take a smouldering or lit barbecue into a tent, caravan or cabin. Even if you’ve finished cooking, your barbecue can still give off fumes, so keep it outside.
  • Always ensure you can see your lit barbecue and don’t leave it lit while you’re asleep
  • Use your barbecue in accordance with the operating instructions.
  • Be aware of the signs and symptoms of CO poisoning: headaches, nausea, breathlessness, dizziness, collapse and loss

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