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DonkeyDong

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If ya a domestic spark, then Corgi is the way to go!!

Regular work - Landlords certificates, etc..

Joe blogs never touches anything to do with gas. My mate who is Corgi gets loads of little jobs (good earners) for fixing fires and boilers that wont fire, or landlord certificates - some of it regular annual stuff.

Whereas with electrics Joe Blogs will swap a socket, or fit a light and try and do things themselves.

Commercial spark work rocks :D

D.

 
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If ya a domestic spark, then Corgi is the way to go!!Regular work - Landlords certificates, etc..

Joe blogs never touches anything to do with gas. My mate who is Corgi gets loads of little jobs (good earners) for fixing fires and boilers that wont fire, or landlord certificates - some of it regular annual stuff.

Whereas with electrics Joe Blogs will swap a socket, or fit a light and try and do things themselves.

Commercial spark work rocks :D

D.
Anyone can swap like for like etc perfectly legally and the vast majority can do it safely. It's the 1% who mess it up and call you out that you notice, and tarnish your view of the many competant DIYers out there. Of all the sockets sold at B&Q even SF few will be seen by a 'proper' spark.

 

DonkeyDong

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"corgi" as a trade name/organisation is not on the way out.

Yes the scheme has transferred to a new operator - but it will still be known as "corgi"

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jibspark

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tut! buck up lads it will all sort itself out in time!

 

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