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Contemporary design, brightly lit stores, clean and welcoming sales counters and state of the art eco-green technology, all backed up by fully qualified, well-trained staff Ė it doesnít sound like your usual electrical wholesaler.
Entirely unknown in the UK two years ago and in a market worth over an estimated £3bn annually, YESSS has become the UKís fourth largest electrical wholesaler, just 12 months after opening its first branch. YESSS now has annual sales of over £100m, almost 100 branch... [more]
Google data shows that there are approximately 823,000 searches made online in the UK1 each month for electrician-related phrases, so if youíre part of the estimated 40% of UK SMEs2 that donít have a website and rely solely on offline promotion, you risk losing out on a substantial amount of business.
Gone are the days when people only use a telephone directory to look up local electricians; an increasing number of customers nowadays look online Ė be that on a computer or a mobile device -f... [more]
Yuasa Battery Sales (UK) has announced a new family of intelligent battery chargers that have been specially designed to enable charging of all types of lead acid batteries including industrial VRLA, automotive, motorcycle and cyclic types used in mobility scooters and golf trolleys.
The new Yu-Power range features six models encompassing 900mA 12/6V for motorcycle batteries, through 2A 6 and 12V models, 4 and 8A 12V chargers to a 4A 24V unit. Apart from the 900mA 12/6V motorcycle battery cha... [more]
Initially developed as a phone based access control system for automatic gates and security doors, the Yoke G2 phone controlled GSM switch has many other applications, particularly where remote control is a benefit. In particular, it can be used to switch lighting, heating and air-conditioning.
This phone controlled switching module embodies advanced design with miniature GSM technology. As Yoke is controlled from a mobile phone, operation is as uncomplicated as making a call. Add Yoke's numb... [more]
A study by Yellow Pages reveals that UK adults spend on average one year of their lives carrying out home improvements, despite almost a third (29 per cent) admitting to starting jobs they arenít equipped to tackle, canít complete or messed up.
And, their misjudgements can often prove costly. The study of almost 1,500 people estimates that those DIYers admitting to blunders spend an average of £1,058 each on materials and service charges to rectify their mistakes, totalling £11.3 billion over... [more]