Sunday, April 29, 2012

Payday Loans - Guaranteed Payday Loans

If you need to find a way to pay a bill that is late, are running short on cash until payday, or need to have cash, there is something that you can do. Payday loans are available to help lend you the money that you need until you get paid. While every payday loan and company have different payment structures and requirements, you can find the guaranteed payday loans that you need to get your bills paid and not have to wait until payday.

If you are looking for a payday loan company that you can rely on to get you the money without having to wait, you can find that there are online payday loans like that can help get you the money and you will not have to wait for it. If you have been looking at different instant payday loans, and are not sure how to know which ones are the best, you can look to see which ones offer you the money when you need it, and what they charge in fees.

The process is usually pretty simple and you have to fill out the information and get qualified to see if you are able to get a payday loan. Once you have been approved, you will be able to see how much you qualify for. After you get the loan, you set up payments with the company and the payments are usually due on the next payday. Many people use the payday loans to help them get the bills paid and not have to wait until payday. If you need to have money and you are not sure where to go, you can find the online payday loans that you need that can help you get the money and not have to wait for it.

Finding the guaranteed payday loans online is easy, and you can fill out the form and submit it to see if you qualify. Most payday loan companies may request additional information from you and make sure that you have been employed and that you have a bank account. If you meet the qualifications for the loans, you are able to be approved. The company will approve you for a certain amount that they can lend to you and then you will have to set up the payments with them to get then paid back. There are charges associated with payday loans, so check with the company first to make sure that you see how much you are going to have to pay to receive the loan and the details of paying the loan.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

No Fax Quick Cash Advance

Ever needed just some extra cash to go ahead and take those long awaited vacations? We might have the financial solution you've been longing to come, it is quick, convenient and simple.

Payday Loans offer financial services to help you out money wise when you most need it. You just have to apply for a no fax quick cash advance and once approved you'll get the money you need and you won't have to pay back until your next pay check.

Although payday loans can come in handy, sometimes going out there can result in a hassle that is why the best way to go is to do your no fax quick cash advance online, it is fast and you might even avoid faxing documents.

If you loan online you'll avoid all the embarrassment of going out into public that is why the best no fax quick cash advance solution is Top Dollar Loan USA.

They are a very well known online no fax quick cash advance company that offers good service. They offer simple and fast payday loan services for unexpected cash trouble. You just have to go online and fill out their application and in a short time you'll have the money you need to take care of those late debts or to finally take those family vacations you've been dreaming all year.

Friday, April 27, 2012

Banks Vs. Non-bank Credit Card Providers

Which should you choose?

When it comes to choosing a credit card, knowing what is right for you can be a really tough task.

For a start there are a dozens of banks that offer a whole range of credit card products that may suit your needs. But there are also a number of non-bank credit card providers. So how do you know which to go for?

A lot of people are quite wary of non-bank credit card providers as they don't get as much coverage in the media as banks. This is smart as not all credit card providers will offer the best products. However some are offering products that can be of great advantage to those in need of a credit card.

There are so many credit card providers in Australia that we couldn't possibly review them all, however we can narrow it down to banks and a select few non-bank credit card providers. At the credit card guide there are three non-bank credit card providers that we review.

The first that you may find The Credit Card Guide is the credit cards available from GE Money. GE Money offers a number of credit cards that are designed to suit different credit card spending habits and needs.

These credit cards include the Go MasterCard, eco MasterCard, Wizard Clear Advantage MasterCard, Low Rate MasterCard, and of course the GE Money MasterCard. All of these have been reviewed extensively and can be found at The Credit Card Guide website.

You'll also find the Woolworths Everyday Money Credit Card. This credit card's main objective is to provide credit to those in need, while promoting the sale of their products as well as that of their partner companies.

Rewards points are offered at a rate of up to three points per dollar when certain products are bought. Outlets include Woolworths and Safeway, Caltex, Big W, ePump, Thomas Dux, Woolworths/Safeway Liquor, Dan Murphys, BWS, Tandy and Dick Smiths.

If you have a Woolworths Everyday Rewards card you can link this to your Everyday Money credit card and use the two together to get maximum benefits while shopping and at the petrol pump.

We also review the Aussie MasterCard which comes very highly recommended for interest free credit cards and balance transfer credit cards. It's not often a non-bank credit card provider can offer a competitive credit card that isn't targeted to certain retail outlets or products, however the Aussie MasterCard does just that.

As a non-bank credit card provider it would be fair to say that Aussie is one of the best and is well worth checking out if you are in need of a good all round credit card.

So when it comes to the question of banks versus non-bank credit card providers, the question will always be asked, Can I trust this company?' But the key is to do your research. Compare interest rates and know exactly how much you can afford and what it is you need from your credit card.

You can find all the information you need about over 90 credit cards at The Credit Card Guide, so make your credit card choice easy by checking out The Credit Card Guide's no-nonsense credit card reviews now.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

What To Do When Threatened With Homelessness

If you are threatened with or made homeless, call into the Housing and Money Advice Centre as soon as possible. You will be given advice on what your rights are and where to find help. You have a right to apply to the Council's Homelessness team based at the Guildhall. Ask at the reception to speak to the person who deals with homelessness.

If you are 16 or 17 years old and have been in social services care in the past the Leaving Care Team of Social Services will probably still have a responsibility to provide accommodation. If you are 16 or 17 years old and have never been in Social Services care, or you are 18, 19 or 20 and were in Social Services care before becoming 18 you will have a priority need for emergency Council housing. Speak to staff at the Housing & Money Advice Centre or apply to the Homeless Team at the Guildhall


The Housing & Money Advice Centre provides a free and confidential service to the residents of Northampton on housing and debt issues.

Types of help available at the Centre for those who are homeless or those threatened with homelessness are : -

Accommodation lists giving details of privately rented accommodation in and around the Northampton area.
Use of a telephone to contact landlords for accommodation.
Information and leaflets on most benefits.

Staff are available to discuss your situation and offer advice on a range of issues such as:
Finding and keeping accommodation.
Renting in the private sector
Benefits and budgeting advice.

Assistance is given with completing housing benefit and housing application forms.


Looking at your housing options and advising the best move in the short, medium and long term.
Helping prevent homelessness by advising and supporting you, including attending Court and talking with other agencies.


Provides advice and assistance to tenants in the private sector who are experiencing difficulties and aims to prevent illegal evictions and harassment by landlords.



Offers advice and assistance on money and debt issues relevant to you and your home. These include:

Rent - mortgage - council tax - hire purchase - electricity - gas - water - banks - catalogues - credit cards - finance - loans - bailiffs - court fines - county court judgements - repossessions.


Once you have found temporary accommodation, you will need to consider your future housing option. You may consider


This is where you live in someone's house and pay them an inclusive amount for accommodation and some meals or where you live in a hotel or guest house. Remember housing benefit does not cover meals or other services


This type of accommodation is available to let from private landlords. You could get together with one or more friends and rent a house together sharing the living room kitchen and bathroom. It can be difficult sharing with people you do not know, so make sure you feel comfortable with the other occupants before you agree to share. The rents can be high as landlords can ask a 'market rent' and lettings are often on short term. Never sign an agreement without seeking advice first.

If you are going to claim housing benefit remember it may be restricted if you are paying above the market rent.

Staff at Housing and Money Advice Centres can help you decide whether you can afford this type of accommodation and whether or not a particular bed-sit offers you value for money.


Some types of employment offer accommodation, such as hotel work, if you are a student, the college may have accommodation


Anyone over 16 can apply to be housed by the council.
Application forms are available from all Borough Council housing offices. Completed forms can be returned to any office

Once you have made an application don't forget to notify the Council of any changes in your circumstances, especially if you change address.

Contact Northampton Borough Council on 01604 837890 or the Housing and Money Advice Centre for information and advice on the housing register.


These are organisations which own and rent flats, houses and bungalows. Some specialise in housing for young single people. A list of local Housing Associations is available from the Housing and Money Advice Centre. Most vacancies with Housing Associations are given to people on the Council's waiting list.


Talk to friends
Look in the local papers and shop windows for property to rent ads.
Northampton Borough Council has a waiting list, try to register on this. The accommodation may be cheaper than private rented but you will probably have to wait some time for council accommodation. This also applies to Housing Associations.
If you are a student, contact your Welfare or Accommodation Officer or approach your student union representative
The Housing & Money Advice Centre has accommodation lists. Landlords advertise there because it costs them nothing and landlords love free property advertising

If you are offered somewhere to live, don't be afraid to ask the landlord a lot of questions, especially before signing an agreement - try and have a really good look at the place.

REMEMBER - private landlords nearly always require rent in advance and a damage deposit

Questions you should ask the landlord

You should ask for a written contract and seek advice before you sign it
Who pays the electric and water rates?
Does the landlord live on the premises? This will affect your rights
Who is your landlord and whereas does he/she live? Landlords are required to by law to provide you with this information
Is there an inventory? If not make your own and give a copy to the landlord. List everything in the rooms and what condition it is in. The inventory should be signed by you and the landlord.
Find out exactly what the rent is, what you have to pay and what it is for.
Ask for a rent book and receipts for any money you pay to the landlord or agent. If your rent is due weekly, the landlord should by law provide you with a rent book.
Ask to see the Gas Safety certificates for any gas appliances i.e. gas fire, heating

Contact the Housing and Money Advice Centre if you have a problem with this




The Community Support Team is part of the Resources Team. They offer a service to young people between the ages of 16 and 17
They are based at 196 Kettering Road. They assist in finding accommodation and give advice on many aspects of young peoples lives i.e. health, education, emotional and behavioural development, identity, family and social relationships, self - care skills or are able to signpost to other agencies

For an appointment contact 01604 620343 Monday - Friday 9.30am - 4.30 pm


If you unemployed, are sick or on a low income you may be entitled to claim benefits. These could include Income Support, Job Seekers Allowance, Incapacity Benefit etc

If money is tight you may benefit from budgeting advice from a debt counsellor at the Housing & Money Advice Centre.

Most benefits are paid weekly or fortnightly in arrears and in some circumstances a Crisis Loan can be considered if you have no means to support yourself until your first benefit payment is due. This is discretionary interest free payment that will have to be repaid via deductions from your benefit

A Budgeting Loan can be considered when Income Support and Income Based Jobseekers Allowance have been in payment for 26 weeks. Budgeting Loans can be allowed for household items and rent in advance. Like a Crisis Loan, a Budgeting Loan is a discretionary interest free payment that will have to be repaid via deductions from your benefit

To enquire about benefits and for advice on how to make a claim contact the Job Centre at the following address:

Jobcentre plus
Frances House
21 Lower Mounts
Northampton NN1 3LY

Telephone 01604 446100

Benefit Enquiry Line 0845 6004258
Social Fund Line 01900 221379


It is difficult to find work if your are homeless. Casual work may be easier to find but look for permanent rather than temporary work

Most employers expect new employees to work at least a week before paying any wages and you might not always find work that will pay enough to cover the rent. You may still be entitled to other benefits - Housing & Money Advice staff can advise you of this.

Jobcentres also provide information, advice and various leaflets which you may find helpful in your search for employment


Many people not working or on a low income can claim help with their rent and should apply to:

Northampton Borough Council
Benefit Services
The Guildhall
Northampton NN1 1DE

Telephone 01604 837700

Application forms are available from the address above. If you claim Income Support or Job Seekers Allowance you should complete the enclosed housing benefit (NHB1) and council tax benefit forms and hand them to the DWP. However, you will still need to complete the Council's Housing Benefit Form.


You should complete a Pre - Tenancy Determination before you sign a tenancy agreement with a private landlord.

This will tell you if Housing Benefit will cover all the rent the landlord is charging before you commit yourself and move in. Forms are available from Benefit Services and the Housing & Money Advice Centre.

Housing Benefit does not cover any charges included in the rent for food, heating, hot water, lighting or cooking. You must pay these from your other income / benefit.

When you move into your new accommodation complete a housing benefit form immediately and return it to the Housing Benefit Section. Do not worry if you cannot supply all the proof and information required on the format once - you can send it in later if you delay returning the form you may lose benefit, and get into rent arrears.


Most single people under 25 who live on their own in self contained privately rented accommodation will not be able to get the full amount of rent paid by Housing Benefit

The Benefit will be based on the lower end of a single room rate assessed by the Rent Officer Service. This is a market based valuation for a single room with shared toilet and kitchen facilities and this will be the maximum amount of rent that can be used in calculating new claims


All new claims and changes of address claims for privately rented and Housing Association properties now have their Housing Benefit paid in arrears


Landlords who let any sort of property usually take a DEPOSIT from the tenants. This is kept to cover any costs the landlords may have if the tenant has caused any damage to the to the furniture or fittings. There are no benefits available to help you pay a landlord any deposit money, try to negotiate. Sometimes it is worth, if possible, paying the deposit in instalments.

Even if a landlord does not expect a deposit the chances are he / she will want RENT IN ADVANCE. The amount can vary, and again do not be afraid to negotiate .

If you are in need of rent in advance because you have nowhere to live you can apply to the DWP for a loan. The Housing & Money Advice Centre may also be able to assist.


It is important to remember you are never alone. There are many sorts of advice available in Northampton. The Library or phone book are good places to find out what is available locally. The following are just a few places where you can get help and advice.


8.00 am - 12 midnight telephone 0808 800 444

72A St Giles Street Northampton tel 0870 120 2433

2 St. Michaels Avenue Northampton tel 01604 637637 ( Available 24 hours )

THE LOWDOWN ( Advice & Counselling 16 - 25 year olds )
3 Kingswell Street Northampton tel 01604 622223

The Guildhall
St Giles Square
Northampton tel 01604 837837

Hazelwood Road Northampton tel 01604634400

3 / 7 Hazelwood Road Northampton tel 01604636112

THE JESUS CENTRE 2 Lower Mounts Northampton tel 0871 8712121


LONE PARENT HELPLINE tel 0800 018 5026

SUNFLOWER CENTRE tel 01604 233684

NATION DEBTLINE tel 0808 8084000


Pilot in Alabama Plane Crash Found to be Fatigued

Alabama - Whenever anybody hears of a plane losing altitude and crashing, the immediate assumption is that there might have been something wrong with the plane. When you hear the term 'pilot error,' you assume that the pilot made an error in judgment. When you hear the word 'stall,' you assume that something was wrong with the plane's engine.

However, various assumptions that might have been made surrounding a plane crash which took the lives of two people last December in Randolph County, Alabama were put to rest this week, when it was determined that a contributing factor to the crash was, indeed, restor more correctly, lack thereof.
Flight Instructor and Student Pilot Killed

It was December 7th of last year when a single-engine Cessna plane, built in 1978 stalled, went into a nosedive and crashed into a hillside near Bethel East Church. Both occupants of the plane, a flight instructor and her student pilot, were killed in the crash. Emily Clark, 28 of Madison and her student James Brown, 37 of Huntsville were returning from Orlando where Brown had been attending a conference.

A probable-cause report issued by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) on Wednesday served to dispel some of the myths that may have been circulating around the tragic airplane crash just a few weeks prior to Christmas last year.
Age of Plane Not a Factor, But Pilot Fatigue Was

The plane, although nearly 30 years in the air, was mechanically sound. Thus, causes of the airplane crash were listed as unknown forces responsible for a loss of control of the aircraft, together with an 'inadvertent' stall.

Crew fatigue was noted as a contributing factor.

The word 'stall' in this context has nothing to do with the engine. Encountering a condition of stall in the air is not necessarily the same thing as stalling the motor in your car, or the outboard on the fishing boat at the cottage. Rather, 'stall' in this context relates to a lack of lift pertaining to the wings of the aircraft.

According to Alex Lemishko, assistant deputy director for the NTSB's regional operations, something caused the pilot to lose control of the plane, which in turn put the Cessna into a maneuver where the wings could not generate sufficient lift to keep the plane in the air.

While there was no conclusion drawn as to what might have caused the plane to go into a stall, a previous report into the accident revealed that both Clark and Brown had been awake for 20 hours without sleep at the time of the crash. Thus, speculation that the pilot may have become sleepy while at the controls, fatigue which is believed to have been a contributing factor in the crash.
Fatigue a Common Factor in Accidents

There have been many examples, over the years, in other industries where fatigue has been a factor in accidents. Truck drivers are required to keep detailed logbooks of their waking, and sleeping hours, lest they push the limits for reasons of efficiency and profit, and risk harm to themselves and others on the road in the process.

To that end, extreme fatigue while driving, and the impairment that results, has been likened to alcohol impairment: reflexes are slow, and judgment is poor. Is the person up ahead in the car in front of you weaving because he is drunk? Or sleepy?

There are strict regulations for both commercial, and private pilots with regard to rest periods. In the end a well-maintained and mechanically sound plane is only as good as the pilot, who is charged with making a myriad of important decisionseverything from having the wisdom to defer to poor weather if conditions warrant, to properly loading the plane to safe parameters.

And ultimately, piloting the plane safely. If your life has been put in danger by a pilot who has had too little sleep, know that pilot fatigue is an actionable offense.
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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

IBD or Wall Street Journal Subscription Choices - Uncover The Best Option

Basically, for first class financial data and timely investment assistance for testing the waters, you will find only two leading financial dailies to choose from, namely the Investors Business Daily (IBD) or a Wall Street Journal Subscription. So which can be the very best option?

Personally, the Wall Street Journal delivers much more facts. It truly is a considerably thicker paper, has far more staff writers and coverage for global reports, emerging technologies, breakthroughs in the scientific and professional medical communities as well as political coverage. Count on specialized insight that could affect your individual investments and enable to sculpt your sector attention.

Both papers are priced similarly and both have a web based subscription selection. Nevertheless using the Wall Street Journal, anyone will get the print and on the internet subscription for 80 percent off when buying on the internet. There's also the prospect of purchasing the print only or the over the internet only solution.

Looking at expense, the print and online costs .99 per week (for the 80% off bundle price) which translates to 4.48 for the year. The print only news version is .29 per week with the on the net version selling for .99 per week (annually that amounts to 3). For any choice, two free weeks are given.

Some of the notable columns and features include, "Heard on the Street," "Inside Track," "Long and Short," "Stock Watch," "Trading the Numbers" to identify several. One will get accurate coverage on options, stocks, bond rates and credit markets as well as futures and commodities. You will find stock screeners, mutual fund screeners, ETF investigation and screeners as well as drilling down into specific stock financial analysis and corporation studies plus way more.

The journal is sent to your home or dorm 5 days per week plus you get hold of the weekend edition that is delivered on Saturday to any address of one's choosing. You'll be updated on breaking reports that's regularly updated by the world's leading business publication.

The maximum discounted Investment Business Daily (IBD) subscription normally requires a 3-year contract and sells for 9.00. It has fewer features, charges a lot more and has countless fewer pages. Why settle for second best?

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Questions to Ask Before Leasing a Car

You've already made the decision to lease a car over buying and it's great that you've figured out which option is best for you. But it's still a commitment and you should know exactly how to approach car leasing companies. You don't want to enter into a lease without getting all the answers you need before hand. The last thing you want is to sign and lease and be hit with fees or information you didn't know about before hand. These are some questions you should ask when getting into car leasing deals.

How long is the lease?

The first question you should ask is how long the lease will be for the contract you are signing. It's usually in 12 month increments from 24 months and on. But sometimes it is an odd number, so you'll want to be absolutely certain how long you signing on.

What is the amount due when the lease is signed?

The over all amount can be made up of various fees, security deposits, registration fees and the like. Make sure the leaser is upfront with costs from the get go. If you feel like they are trying to hide something, it may be time to check out a different company.

Are there mileage restrictions when leasing a car?

Leases often restrict how many miles a year you can use, since the car is not technically yours. Ask how many miles you are allowed and if you can increase the number of miles. Doing so usually requires either an upfront fee or a per-mile fee when the lease is over.

What falls in the realm of "wear and tear"?

Leases usually come with certain liabilities, like excessive wear and tear being something you'll have to take care of or pay extra charges for. Ask the leaser exactly what falls into the realm of this so that you can be certain of what is expected of you.

What happens at the end of the term of car leases?

This depends on the kind of lease you are under, an open-end or close-end lease. A close-end lease lets you either return the car and pay any costs due. Or you can buy the car at the residual value that was stated when you started your lease. An open-end lease is not as common. At the end of the lease if the car isn't worth the residual value, you pay the difference.

What is the fee for returning the car before the end of the lease?

There usually is a fee to return the car early. You should know ahead of time how much it'll be, but more often than not it's a pretty large sum. Make sure it's something worth paying if you need to return the car early for any reason.

No matter who you go to or what car you are looking to lease, make sure you have this list of questions and any others handy. You'll feel more confident entering in a contract when you know all the little details ahead of time.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Cash Advance Loans For Bad Credit: The Fastest Way To Handle Financial Emergencies

Financial emergencies are widely considered part of life. But that does not make them easy to handle. For those with poor credit histories, getting the cash needed quickly can be difficult, but thanks to the availability of cash advance loans for bad credit borrowers, that challenge can now be met.

Known to be the fastest and most accessible loans available on the market, they are the perfect option when fast loan approval is essential. Their accessibility comes from the fact they are granted on the back of an upcoming paycheck, so the money is an advance on the paycheck.

Cash advance loans have some clear advantages, but there are also some compromises that need to be accepted. Interest rates are very high and the pressure to repay the loan over a very short period is quite acute.

The Main Advantages

The main advantage of getting cash advance loans for bad credit borrowers is that the chance to get the funds so desperately needed exists. Most traditional lenders prefer to avoid applicants with very low credit scores, so funds to pay unexpected medical bills are not usually easy to secure.

Another key advantage is that these loans come with fast loan approval a standard feature. This is down to two reasons: firstly, the lender carries out no credit check, so time is not wasted on that; and secondly, approval rests on just the income factor. If a large enough paycheck is confirmed, then there is no reason to reject the application.

With all the boxes ticked, approval can be given in a few hours. And with checking account details provided, the funds can be transferred within a few hours too. That means, inside 12 hours, a cash advance loan can be accessible, and the emergency dealt with.

The Main Disadvantages

But there are downsides to getting cash advance loans for bad credit. Chief amongst them is the interest rate charged, which is extremely high. Depending on the lender, a rate of between 15% and 35% can be charged. For example, a ,500 loan at 30% needs ,950 to be cleared.

Also, the loan limit is very low, and while very small sums, like 0, can be accessed, the maximum is about ,500. Having fast loan approval is a major plus, but is of little use if the balance needing to be paid is more than ,500.

The third negative aspect is that cash advance loans need to be paid so quickly. And since full repayment comes straight from one paycheck, little or nothing may be left over to meet regular monthly obligations. Sometimes it is possible to stretch the repayments over 60 or 90 days, but expect extra charges and more interest paid.

Advantages of Online Lenders

Considering the pros and cons is one thing, but neither have any relevance until the lender is chosen and applied to. The Internet is the best place to get cash advance loans for bad credit borrower.

This is partly because online lenders are experts in lending to people with low credit scores, but also because terms can also be quickly and easily examined on a comparison site online. Also, fast loan approval is a standard feature, with online application forms submitted and assessed within as little as an hour.

But as with all businesses operating over the Internet, it is important to check out their reputation with the BBB website. If they have an A rating or above, then getting a cash advance loan from them could be the best course of action.

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Push-fit Fittings

Different Types of Plumbing Fittings
- In the UK there are two ways in which most plumbing is done, the first and most common is done with copper pipe and fittings, the other is the newer plastic push fit system. The copper pipe and fittings has come under scrutiny recently as the joining of the copper pipes is increasingly
difficult as it is often time consuming and awkward due to the fact that copper pipe is often supplied in straight lengths meaning that it needs
to be joined or bent when ever a change of direction occurs. Plastics on the other hand, like that of the push fit system helps to eradicate this awkwardness. Push fit gives you a simple and easy way to make a joint without losing reliability and can be straightforwardly broken down and reassembled.

Advantages of Push-fit
- Plastic pipe is flexible; it is able to bend in a non-linear fashion. Copper piping has limited flexibility.
Plastic piping will not burst. Copper piping has a tendency to freeze and burst leaving huge amounts of damage making it harder to introduce this into
cold areas like cellars. Very much in contrast to plastic pipe.
Due to its flexibility plastic pipe can be pushed thought holes in joists rather than being laid in notches. This is not realistic with copper piping
as it is hard to get the holes in line.
Push fit systems can also be used with copper pipe when so desired as it is very adaptable.

Disadvantages of Push-Fit
- Due to its flexibility the plastic pipe will not support its own weight. This is will not jeopardize its ability to work however, but it would be difficult to poke a bent pipe through a hole in floor boards.
Plastic pipe cannot come into contact with anything that is very hot, for example a boiler. If in contact with a boiler there is a possibility that it could melt therefore it is advised that metal pipe work is used for the first few feet.
Aesthetically the plastic pipes are bigger and less attractive than its copper counter parts.
Plastic pipes and fittings are pricier than their competitor copper.

- Like that of the copper piping, plastic piping is available in both 15mm and 22mm diameter. They are available in a wide range of accessories
including: straight, right angled and Tee couplings. Washing machine taps, tap connectors, in-line stopcocks, one-way valves, stop ends and tank connectors.

Useful Suggestions
- If you don't normally use plastic fittings it is certainly worth keeping some around, especially in the winter. If a pipe bursts you will be able to fix the problem in a matter of minutes and the effects will be long lasting.