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Top Tech Tip - Basic drainage and plumbing inspection points for domestic installations

Basic drainage and plumbing inspection points for domestic installations The bullet points below do not purport to cover all aspects and requirements of the drainage and plumbing requirements under G12 and G13. They are a simple list (with examples) of the most common inspection failure points, which, if done correctly, will reduce... Read More »

On The Tools - Permanent Ventilation Requirements

Permanent Ventilation Requirements Developed by Paul McKinley WelTec Plumbing tutor 04 920 0775 022 403 5441    ... Read More »

Beware of unauthorised trade work, regulator warns

Beware of unauthorised trade work, regulator warns Insurance Business NZ, 11th May 2019 For the second time, property owners are being warned not to fall into the trap of using unlicensed people to conduct work on renovation projects, or they risk invalidating their insurance. According to the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board... Read More »

Tauranga gasfitter admits faulty fireplace installation led to house blaze

Tauranga gasfitter admits faulty fireplace installation led to house blaze Bay of Plenty Times, 10th May 2019 A Tauranga gasfitter who incorrectly installed a gas fireplace at a house which led to extensive fire damage has been sentenced to four months' community detention. Patrick Joseph Dykes' company was hired to install the gas fireplace... Read More »

Beware unauthorised trade work

  Beware unauthorised trade work SCOOP, 10th May 2019 Property owners are being warned for a second time this month not to fall into the trap of using unlicensed people to conduct plumbing work on renovation projects. Yesterday in the Christchurch District Court, Aigus Vanags, after submitting a guilty plea, was sentenced to a $675 fine for... Read More »

Advice brokers can give clients on plumbing work

  Advice brokers can give clients on plumbing work Insurance Business NZ, 3rd May 2019 Homeowners are being warned not to fall into the trap of using unlicensed people to conduct plumbing work, or they risk invalidating their insurance. Plumbing, gasfitting and drainlaying work undertaken by unauthorised tradespeople, not only risks their... Read More »

STATS & REPORTS

  STATS & REPORTS Financial Analyst, 3rd May 2019 PLUMBING FITTINGS MARKET STUDY 2018: IMPRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT TO BE OBSERVED IN REVENUE AND GROWTH RATE ACROSS THE GLOBE BY 2025 READ MORE  ... Read More »

Hamilton man fined $2000 for unauthorised plumbing

Hamilton man fined $2000 for unauthorised plumbing PDGB, 2nd May 2019 The PGDB cautions homeowners today not to fall into the trap of using unlicensed people to conduct plumbing work for home maintenance or renovation projects. Yesterday in the Hamilton District Court, Graham Bullot, after submitting a guilty plea, was sentenced to a $2000 fine... Read More »

Copper Pipes & Tubes Market Recent Study Including Growth Factors, Applications, Regional Analysis, and Forecast to 2025

Copper Pipes & Tubes Market Recent Study Including Growth Factors, Applications, Regional Analysis, and Forecast to 2025   New Tech Markets, 30th April 2019 READ MORE... Read More »

TOP TECH TIP - INSPECTIONS AND INSPECTION TIME FOR WORK DONE

TOP TECH TIP - INSPECTIONS AND INSPECTION TIME FOR WORK DONEMy top tech tip for this issue is a very simple one but one that is often overlooked by all of us.Inspections and inspection time for work done.We all are busy people and may have more than one job going at a time but it is very important to pay attention to the inspection and testing of... Read More »



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