How to keep your pipework in order, as well as what to do when faced with plumbing problems.
Your stopcock or stop tap turns off the flow of water into your home. We look at what to do if it doesn’t work.
Our Which? Trusted traders share their top tips on how to take preventative action to avoid spending a fortune on common plumbing and boiler issues.
It’s possible to modernise your bathroom without ripping it out and starting again. We asked our Which? Trusted traders for their tips on simple, cost effective bathroom improvements.
Melvin Parker is the man behind Nottingham’s Gaswise UK. We caught up with him to find out more about this month’s winner.
Your bathroom needs to be functional as well as fabulous. A little long-term planning could save you thousands in repair costs.
Boilers need regular checkups to make sure they’re in good working order and safe to use. We explore some of the checks that happen during a service, and some common problems.
If your home has dripping taps, leaking radiators or a dodgy boiler, you’re going to need help from a plumber. Nobody wants to let a cowboy into their home, so where is the best place to start?
Spending on fuel is a significant amount of every home budget. We talked to a heating specialist to find out some ways you can reduce that cost
Washing machines are one of the hardest working appliances in the household – especially when you’ve got children. We asked some of our Which? Trusted Traders endorsed repairers for their tips to make your machine last longer
So you’ve got a water leak. Before your plumber arrives, there are a number of things you can do to reduce any damage
The Which? Trusted Traders team caught up with John Creasey, November 2015's Trader of the Month, to find out his top tips to keep your plumbing system in good shape
You should bleed your radiators every year, or whenever your radiator feels hot at the bottom but cold at the top. We look at how to go about it.
Pipes can burst at anytime - here's guidance from South London Heating Ltd on what you need to do before you call in the plumbers.