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Stay Vigilant to Cowboy's

11/04/2012

 

The Department of Communities and Local Government Select Committee is recommending that CO alarms should be fitted as standard in all new build homes, but should also be standard in existing homes.

Gas Safe Register welcomes the report, but as it marks its third year anniversary, it is warning the public to stay vigilant of cowboy gas fitters.

 

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New Harry Potter Talking Fireplace

01/04/2012

 

HMS Property are very pleased to announce the launch of our new custom fireplace, complete with full animated and communicating Sirius Black! Find out how you can get your hands on one today! A must for any Harry Potter fan

 

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We can make you laugh today!

29/03/2012

 

As its nearly Friday, I felt like doing a fun article. Another busy day at work for HMS Property, while I was on my dinner break I found a couple of things that I found amusing so I thought I’d share them! Sharing is caring after all!

 

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Silent Killer loose in Stoke on Trent

25/03/2012

 

The Gas Safety Trust released their annual report for 2011, and Carbon Monoxide deaths have trebled in the last year, in a twelve month period as of June 30th CO poisoning claimed the lives of twenty five compared with seven deaths the previous year.
Staffordshire and Cheshire were both ranked highly on the CO2 poisoning hot spot report, statistically Wales experienced the most poisoning incidents however Devon sadly ranked top hotspot with five incidents and two fatalities.

 

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