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Another benefit of using local people is that our fitters know a lot of the trust's tenants - it is really beneficial to have that great working relationship between the fitters and the customers, and we are excited that our partnership is going to continue for another decade."
"Now that it has been, it feels great and I'm looking forward to receiving my certificate from the GuinnessWorld Records to prove I really am the fastest carpet fitter in the world."
Having placed New Historicism's critical foundations in doubt, Fitter proposes a 'new social history', its manifesto based on six characteristics.
"One of the fitters told us that there was a problem with the glass for the main bedroom and living room windows.
She said: "The carpet fitter doesn't really know how he mislaid the key but thinks it was lost in the snow.
The safety organisation said its investigations team has discovered 53% of jobs carried out by rogue fitters was deemed to be risky.
The study by Gas Safe Register, the UK's only official gas registration scheme, found that illegal gas fitters nationally installed over 186,000 gas cookers, 147,000 boilers, 75,000 gas fires, 32,000 gas meters and 645,000 gas pipework over one year.
"Re-engineered by listening to customer's needs, the new dry valve provides simplified set-up and maintenance for fire protection contractors and fitters while still maintaining the core features and benefits of the original technology," a Victaulic statement said.
The Committee of European Construction Equipment (CECE) has called for Europe-wide harmonisation of tower crane fitters and driving rules, citing the increasing complexity and sophistication of construction sites as well as the technology used in tower cranes.
“I'm very pleased to welcome Bath Fitter to our elite group of certified businesses.
Terms such as mechanic and fitter are outmoded in the IT age, while the inappropriate use of engineer in the 21st century sounds very 1950s.
The aim of the campaign is to get NHS staff in Wales to lead by example and get themselves fitter.
" A healthy and fit woman makes for a healthy and a fitter home and a fitter home leads to a fitter society."