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When it comes to transporting essential tools and equipment for plastering, you need a van that offers a generous payload but is suitable for a variety of customer locations. Ladders and boards are crucial for the job at hand so you need a van that is wide enough and can take extra racking for essential large tools. There are several van models out there but which one is the best for a plasterer?
The building trade is becoming increasingly popular. This has been since the introduction of 'work and earn' learning incentives such as apprenticeships. Another contributing factor to this growing trade is the pressure on governments to build more housing. The UK simply does not have enough homes to house everyone living here. Combine this with the low mortgage interest rates which have also made the demand for property much higher and you can see why it's such a valuable trade.
Builders undertake a variety of roles under their humble title and are often thought of as the glue that holds a construction project together. It is therefore imperative that builders have a trusty and reliable vehicle. The ability to get from job to job and between trade suppliers and site is essential.
Because a builder typically sets their hand to most construction efforts they will need to be prepared with a full toolkit and enough space for the materials to fulfil a wide variety of jobs. A builder can construct anything from a garage, extension, even a home built from scratch so you can imagine the variety of materials needed to cover all of these jobs. Therefore their vehicle requirements can be a challenging consideration. Deciding between a pic [.
Carpenters carry so many tools that they effectively need a mobile shed for a vehicle. What with routers, sanders, table saws, nail guns and so on it’s a wonder there’s any room left for all the tools they need to get through the day. Flexibility and space are vital and for most, the medium-sized panel van will do the job. But for those that do want to be able to work comfortably inside their van, a high roof option will help and a long wheelbase version will provide even more space to comfortably carry tools and materials.
Are you a window installer who is on the lookout for the best vans for business? Do you wish to own a vehicle which helps you in delivering professional workmanship by maintaining the highest possible standards to your customers?
No matter whether you work in the domestic market or in the commercial market, the job of window fitting comes with certain essential equipment. Just like aluminum ladder and smart work-wear, you even need to invest in a high-quality vehicle so that it assists you in your day-to-day activities. From carrying your essential tools and equipment to serving as a rolling billboard wherever you go, there are many benefits of purchasing a van ideal for glazing.
Looking for an objective review of the Citroen C3 Picasso MPV? OSV has got you covered, from engines to lease deals. The new Citroen C3 Picasso MPV is aiming to be the Most Valuable Player. And with its standout looks, easygoing nature and interior space, it might be the most appealing family car of this type on the market right now. The problem buyers have in this sector is that cars like this don’t tend to look all that great. “I’m not getting in that!” your child cries. Citroen, though, has an enviable reputation for turning even a functional MPV into something that looks fab. And that’s what they’ve done here. Join OSV as we take a closer look at what it’s all about with our Citroen C3 Picasso MPV review...
Looking for an objective review of the Citroen C4 Picasso MPV? OSV have got you covered, from engines to lease deals.The new Citroen C4 Picasso MPV isn’t attempting to grab any headlines - it just wants to impress you with its cheap price tag, its swathes of interior space, and its family friendly good-looks. In many ways, it’s the quintessential, wholesome family car for those of you who are operating on a budget.This is the kind of inoffensive-looking family car that’s been populating suburbia for the past few decades now. It’s smiley, comfortable, and won’t let you down. And compared to rivals such as the Ford Galaxy, its £19,500 starting price looks like a steal.OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Citroen C4 Picasso MPV review.
When looking at new cars, you’re going to look at a few in the same sector to compare a variety of things such as reliability, running costs, safety etc.It is important that you do this to ensure that you are suitably educated when it comes to choosing the car that you are going to buy or lease. So, we’re going to look at three very similar cars, the SEAT Mii, the Skoda CitiGo and the Citroen C1, and compare them on important factors you should be looking at when choosing a new car.
Firstly, let’s look at what each model excels in...
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