General plumbing questions answered in our plumbing forum. Please use this forum for general plumbing advice related topics. Please have a look in the other categories first though before posting in here. There may be a more suitable category. You might find our tile advice forum handy if you're tiling, and our electrical advice forum handy if you're carrying out electrical work.
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Discuss all aspects of the Gas Safe Register in this forum. Free Gas Safe Register Card Advice. Gas Engineers Forum No DIY plumbers should be touching gas at all! - Use ONLY a Gas Safe Registered Professional Plumber!
Chat about the plumbing training and plumbing courses available to you. If you're looking for tiling courses or electricians courses then those are the area's you need.
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Find Professional TradesmenWe have a few trade-related forums, including a plumbing forum, electrician's forum, and a tiler's forum. Each of them has thousands of members. So you can post a job to them for free, and let them reply to the job for free. You can then see which members have provided good advice before, done good work before, see how long they've been trading etc.
Find a plumber, find a tiler, find an electrician. Post your jobs here and let them respond to you, all for free! The advantage with using us instead of a JobSite or 'rate your tradesmen' type site, is we're free of charge, and you can actually chat to the forum member, see their past work, see what kind of advice they've given, get references etc - all before committing to the job.