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Calling Electricians! New Electrical Regulations (CPR)

From the 1st of July the new CPR (Construction Products Regulations) are coming into affect. Don’t get caught out, be prepared We have attached a PDF if you need any information about the change: Prysmian Guide to CPR Pry

Published:3rd May, 2017 Read More....

Introducing the new solution for Waterproofing – Tanking Wet Rooms, Walls, Roofs and Floors. WT1 – Waterproofing Technology No.1 REPAIR – WATERPROOF – SEAL WT1 is the ultimate replacement for all bitumen based roof membrane with excellent adhesion to brick, stone, concrete, polyester, lead, metals and plastics. WT1 is a complete new formulated compound with

Published:15th Aug, 2016 Read More....

Geocel 785 sanitary silicone sealant 785 Silicon sealant is now available in BEIGE as well as the usual White and Clear. To purchase this item, follow this link

Published:17th Mar, 2016 Read More....

GW Supplies have got a brand new web site. It has over 1000 products for sale already, and will continue to have new items added regularly. In the coming months special offer items will be available via a coupon service. how to obtain coupons will be announced in due time. Have a look at our

Published:16th Feb, 2016 Read More....

CT1 – The Snag List Eliminator With this polymer sealant you can seal and glue almost anything to anything, even underwater. This video shows just how versatile CT1 is. It even wipes off your hands easily unlike silicon sealant.

Published:18th Aug, 2015 Read More....

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations Helping to recycle your electrical equipment Why are we involved? Recycling facilities are now available for all customers at which you can deposit your old electrical products. This is a requirement under UK and European legislation (The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment – or WEEE – Directive). The aim of the

Published:1st Aug, 2015 Read More....

View Part P – Electrical Building Regs View the Electrical Building Regs on the Governments web site. Click on link below.

Published:1st Aug, 2015 Read More....

View Part G – Building Regs (Draft) View Part G – Building Regs (Draft) View the draft copy of Part G of the Building Regs on the Governments web site. Click on link below.

Published:1st Aug, 2015 Read More....

  ECA LED Key Factsheet. LIGHT QUALITY FROM LED SOURCES  It is estimated that lighting installations account for more than 19% of the world’s total electricity consumption. The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) believes that a quarter of potential energy savings will be made in private dwellings by 2030. With the switch to

Published:1st Aug, 2015 Read More....

  Bathroom Lighting Zones All bathroom lighting installations must comply with guidelines which are based on zonal concept similar to that used for the installation of lighting around swimming pools.  Bathroom lighting must be installed by a trained electrician which conforms to part P regulations. Each zone rating (IP) is determined by the degree of

Published:1st Aug, 2015 Read More....

The Building Regulations 2000 Conservation of fuel and power

Published:1st Aug, 2015 Read More....

For guidance only. If in doubt, please consult a qualified person GW Supplies provides a great range of top quality electrical supplies at great prices.  We have a UK wide fast delivery service.

Published:1st Aug, 2015 Read More....

If you have a complaint about our company we want to hear about it and we will do our best to put it right. Our Customer Complaints Procedure has the following goals: •    To deal with complaints fairly, efficiently and effectively; •    To ensure that all complaints are handled in a consistent manner throughout; •    To

Published:1st Aug, 2015 Read More....

Tapworks’ managing director, Mike Pickavance, discusses the importance of water softeners, including some health benefits Despite everything we know about limescale, it’s amazing how many people choose to live with it and its effects, when there is a simple way to banish it from the home: the humble water softener. For many people who have

Published:20th Jul, 2010 Read More....

Bristan Makes Showering Green Again Showers have long been promoted as more water and energy efficient than baths. However many modern shower systems use more water than consumers expect. According to the environment agency, a power shower can use over 60l of water in 5 minutes compared to 70l for a standard bath. Add to

Published:22nd Dec, 2009 Read More....