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Do you have a doorstep policy?

Recently we were asked to submit our expression of interest for a large job in our region. Part of the documents we had to submit was a ‘doorstep policy’. When I asked for further clarification on what this might be, I was told; “A doorstep policy is your standard introduction requirement your staff would use

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When Drainlayers Attack

I am part of the Plumbers, Gasfitters, and Drainlayers Board, Stakeholder Liaison Group. The group was formed to provide regular opportunity for the PGD Board to receive feedback on proposed and implemented initiatives, issues/areas of concern to the Board and the Stakeholder Liaison Group, and any other issues facing the industry or of relevance to

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What to do when water leaks
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Know how to turn your water off

When water leaks Water leaks can cause a lot of damage to your property when they occur. Damage can be caused by a small constant drip-type or trickle leak, or from a major water leak where water is causing a flood. Catch drips If your leak is from a drip or a trickle, place a

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DIY Plumber
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DIY Plumbing… it’s not worth the risk!

It can be tempting to DIY (do it yourself), when it comes to fixing your plumbing around your home, however, you could be opening yourself up to more issues than you bargained for. If you are not a NZ licensed plumber and you do your own sanitary plumbing, you can be endangering your family as

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Four Principles To Live By

A few months ago, I went to a talk given by Dr Joanna Breare, who is the CEO of Todd Energy New Zealand, and Chair of The Petroleum Exploration and Production Association of New Zealand. She is an amazing woman who has an interesting story and has achieved a lot in her career. At the

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