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Gardening jobs for Autumn

  • Posted Tuesday Sep 18, 2018
As the hazy days of Summer fade into memory, while our gardens may not be the blaze of colour they were in Flaming June, there is still plenty to be done. Here are some of the best jobs you can do in early Autumn to prepare your garden for the colder months to come:
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How to complain effectively

  • Posted Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
As the Government Endorsed Quality Scheme for consumers seeking improvements to their homes, TrustMark takes pride in putting people in contact with competent, vetted tradespeople that have made a commitment to good customer service and trading practices. One of the ways we provide additional peace-of-mind is that, in the event something does go wrong, we have available a suite of remedies to ensure the consumer is protected when using a TrustMark Registered Business.
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Why now is the best time to check your heating

  • Posted Tuesday Sep 04, 2018
While the temperature has yet to noticeably drop, the children are back at school and there are a few other tell-tale signs of approaching autumn around us. With this in mind, now is a good time to check and review your heating options; as if you wait for the cold weather to bite, you may leave yourself vulnerable at the start of winter.
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Helping consumers to help themselves

  • Posted Thursday Aug 30, 2018
Since its inception in 2005, consumer protection has been a critical aim for TrustMark as an organisation. During this time we have seen a huge growth in awareness, as well as the emergence of a number of additional initiatives designed to enhance the level of protection consumers can rely on in a number of sectors. This can only be seen as a positive step and TrustMark is proud to support any activity that leads to greater awareness of the risks of scams and other practices that cause consumer detriment.
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Will Britain become a nation of air conditioners?

  • Posted Thursday Jul 26, 2018
As Britain basks (or languishes) in a fairly powerful heatwave, recent findings suggest that very hot, dry summers could become the norm for the foreseeable future. Traditionally a nation of radiators rather than air conditioners, when it comes to cooling down most British homes lack more than an electric fan (currently selling out at an impressive rate), contrasting sharply with the US where 100 million homes are thought to be air conditioned.

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