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£3,400 – The Average To Be Spent On Renovations This Year

£3,400 – The Average To Be Spent On Renovations This Year

It certainly looks as though rotary lasers will be in good use over the next 12 months if the results of new research are to be believed. According to an American Express study, people will spend an average of £3,400 renovating their homes in the next 12 months.

In all, 33 per cent believe their properties could do with a refresh, while 15 per cent say it’s because they’re house proud that they want to make changes at home. Naturally, DIY is at the heart of the matter, with 35 per cent saying they’ll be doing the work themselves, although 12 per cent will be asking friends and family for help.

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Homeowners Could Earn £200k ‘By Downsizing’

Homeowners Could Earn £200k ‘By Downsizing’

Moving to a smaller property was the most popular reason for homeowners to move, with freeing up cash for retirement (31 per cent), or releasing equity. Construction workers who regularly use cross lasers as part of their job may find themselves working on smaller properties in the future, after it was revealed more and more people are downsizing to release equity in their home.





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Top 10 Home Improvements Revealed

Top 10 Home Improvements Revealed

If you’ve got your rotary lasers out to start fitting a new kitchen or bathroom, then you certainly won’t be alone in this regard. New research has revealed that having your kitchen redone is the most popular home improvement to have been carried out in the last five years.

According to Gocompare.com Home Insurance, the top ten renovation projects are new kitchens, new bathrooms, central heating or new boiler installation, double glazing, garden makeovers, extensions, knocking through rooms, extra bedrooms, solar panel installations and attic conversions.



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South-facing Properties Only Worth 0.37% More

South-facing Properties Only Worth 0.37% More

Construction workers and builders using alignment lasers to build new properties may be working on more north-facing houses from now on, after it was revealed that having a south-facing home does not add that much value.

According to recent research from Direct Line Home Insurance, properties that have south-facing gardens only have a price tag that is 0.37 per cent higher than similar homes with gardens the opposite way.


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Rise In Housing Demolitions Make Way For New Builds

Rise In Housing Demolitions Make Way For New Builds

There has been an increase in the number of housing demolitions in Wales, which is set to make way for a surge in the construction of new build properties.

Digital protractors and cross lasers are likely to be in need in the coming year, as 284 dwellings were destroyed in Wales between 2014 and 2015. This is an increase of 29 per cent from the 221 houses that were demolished the year before.


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Half Of Homeowners Call In Professionals To Fix ‘Bodged Jobs’

Half Of Homeowners Call In Professionals To Fix ‘Bodged Jobs’

Builders, electricians and carpenters are all professions where practitioners are bound to have a few horror stories about homeowners’ DIY disasters – but new research has uncovered that 50 per cent have to call in the professionals, laser level in hand, to fix mistakes in the first year of home renovations.

The study, conducted by Aviva of 1,000 recent home-movers, found that the average spent on renovating a house in the first year of moving in is around £10,000 – an amount which is bumped up significantly thanks to bodged DIY jobs.


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UK Green Building Council To Investigate How To Maximise Building Performance

UK Green Building Council To Investigate How To Maximise Building Performance

A new research project has been launched by the UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) to look into how the construction industry builds, designs and operates non-domestic structures.

Behaviours, tools like alignment lasers and others, and behaviours will be examined by the group, given the fact that there is a growing body of evidence showing a gap between the expected performance of a building and how it actually does perform once delivered and maintained over time.


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4 Top Tips For Health And Safety At Work

4 Top Tips For Health And Safety At Work

If you or your employees use laser levels at work, it’s important that you know what you have to do in terms of health and safety. Your members of staff need to know how to behave on site since their actions have a direct influence on the health and safety of themselves and others. Here are a few tips to help make improvements going into 2016.

If you or your employees use laser levels at work, it’s important that you know what you have to do in terms of health and safety. Your members of staff need to know how to behave on site since their actions have a direct influence on the health and safety of themselves and others. Here are a few tips to help make improvements going into 2016.


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Geo-Fennel Quality Guarantee

Geo-Fennel Quality Guarantee

"What you see is what you get"? No! For many lasers on the market today it's "What you don't see you don't get". If you could look inside Geo Fennel's laser levels you would see quality electronic circuitry and precision instrumentation.

Continuous innovation, research and development by Geo-Fennel offers measurably high quality products for all applications. Whether on construction sites, residential developments or just interior or exterior jobs, you can rely on their laser measuring technology to achieve the best results.


Geo-Fennel quality that is measurable

Geo-Fennel quality that is measurable

State-of-the-art manufacturing technology.

Geo-Fennel and Ecoline brand professional laser levels, rotary lasers, cross line lasers and multiline lasers are designed to cover almost all levelling applications.

Geo-Fennel products provides the user with measuring instruments that are easy-to-use, cost effective and accurate measuring performance under almost all working conditions with the highest reliability.

Geo-Fennel instruments are tested and calibrated using tools and equipment accredited to national standards. Tests and procedures conform to DIN ISO standards.

Geo-Fennel laser measuring tools, surveying equipment and environmental measuring instruments are all supported with a 2-year guarantee.

Benchmark for Measuring

Benchmark for Measuring

Precision by Tradition is the 'hallmark' for Geo-Fennel. Established over 150 years ago in Germany by Otto Fennel, a precision engineer. In 1851 he set-up his small workshop in Kassel. Under his son, the business acquired an international reputation for its innovation.

Today, Geo-Fennel manufactures laser measuring tools, surveying equipment and environmental measuring instruments which are tested and calibrated, all supported with a 2-year guarantee.

Which Geo-Fennel laser is best for suspended ceilings - red or green?

Which Geo-Fennel laser is best for suspended ceilings - red or green?

Question:
I need to update my equipment for installing suspended ceilings. Which rotary laser level would be best - red or green?

Helpline:
Both Geo-Fennel's red and green rotary lasers are OK. However, it really depends on the range required. If the area is large we would recommend a green rotary laser as the laser line would be more visible under most ambient light conditions.


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Do Geo-Fennel make a digital spirit level with a top-reading display?

Do Geo-Fennel make a digital spirit level with a top-reading display?

Question:
My H&S Department needs to check the slope angle for wheelchair access ramps. At present I have to get down on my hands and knees to read the LCD on the side of my level. Is there a digital level made with a top-reading display?

Helpline:
Yes! The Geo DigiLevel Pro models. These have a 180° rotatable digital display that can be read not only from both sides or angled but from above. These digital spirit levels are available in 2 sizes - 600mm and 1200mm. The longer the reference base the better if one is checking an uneven surface.


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Would the SmartTool be the right tool for my plumbing job?

Would the SmartTool be the right tool for my plumbing job?

Question:
I am a plumber and need to check the fall of drainage pipes in confined spaces. What kind of level would be best for the job?

Helpline:
We would suggest the SmartTool Digital Inclinometer, also known as a Digital Angle Finder or Digital Protractor.

Traditional measuring processes are made even simpler thanks to modern microelectronics incorporated in digital inclinometers.

As a result, measurements can be made by one person working alone.

With an electronic digital inclinometer you can measure through 360° to decimal point accuracy.

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Is the Geo-Fennel Eco Multiline 5 laser best for partitioning?

Is the Geo-Fennel Eco Multiline 5 laser best for partitioning?

Question:
I would like to set-out some office partitioning in a new building. What is the best laser for this type of job?

Helpline:
We would suggest Geo-Fennel's Eco MultiLiner 5 for your application. This will enable you to layout the partitioning lengthwise and align at 90°. Also, to set-up vertically as the laser will project a cross on the ceiling and a plumb spot down.


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How to check differences in levels - quickly and easily with a NivComp Digital Altimeter Level

How to check differences in levels - quickly and easily with a NivComp Digital Altimeter Level

Question:
I am a surveyor and often need to inspect old properties where the floors and the ceilings are not level. Is there a portable instrument that I can use to check the variation in these surfaces?

Helpline:
The NivComp Digital Altimeter Level is recommended for fast and precise one-man levelling.

It measures the height difference in levels, displayed digitally to 1mm.

Applications allow blind level and slope measurements without visual contact, eg from one room to another.

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