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A Shade Greener: 0345 301 2342

  Find out if you qualify for free installation of solar panels on your home under the UK Government’s FIT scheme by phoning A Shade Greener on 0345 301 2342. Or, if you are on benefits, phone 0345 129 2125 to see if you qualify for a grant towards a new boiler installation.   About… Read More »

B&Q: 0333 014 3098

B&Q operate two main customer service helplines: General Enquiries on 0333 014 3098 and Home Delivery on 0333 014 3098. Both these 0333 numbers are in operation between 8-8 Monday to Saturday and 10-4 on Sundays. You Can also contact B&Q by email of on their online customer support form.   B&Q General Enquiries: 0333… Read More »

XDP Express Contact: 0843 178 5555

XDP Express are a national courier service with headquarters in the West Midlands. Be aware that XDP’s customer service contact number is a premium rate number and you will be charged 7 pence per minute plus an access charge as set by your mobile phone providers. On this page we provide all XDP Express contact details… Read More »


  This page features the main Amazon telephone contacts including the numbers for Amazon Prime, Kindle, and Video, also the main Amazon customer service number: 0800 279 7234. Amazon Customer Service Amazon Customer Service Number – 0800 279 7234 Amazon operate a general customer service telephone number which is suitable for use by all Amazon… Read More »

TRADA: 01494 569601

    Carpenters, site managers, and builders can phone 01494 569601 for enquiries related to best practices in the use of wood in the construction industry.  The Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA) are a membership organisation providing information and advice about types of wood, specifications, and design. This information is provided via their website… Read More »


  The Department for Education (DfE) sets Policy, syllabus and standards for the state education sector in the United Kingdom.  Standards are checked and maintained by various regulatory bodies such as OFSTED, the Education and Skills Funding Agency and Ofqual who regulate exams in the UK such as GCSEs and A Levels.   Government Departments… Read More »