Nelson, New Zealand -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/18/2015 -- We move through Spring and towards summer, much of the focus of the British media has been geared towards events such as The General Election. However, a consistent concern, whatever the year, is the weather. After all, the summer temperatures can ultimately influence buying habits and how time is managed – especially in relation to gardening and DIY. Anticipated high temperatures have led bookmakers William Hill to open bets on whether there will be a hosepipe ban in 2015; and the odds favoured a ban for April.
In terms of the odds in favour of a ban, this appears to anticipate that periods of dryness and even high temperatures are anticipated. But why does this influence hosepipes? Many may be familiar with the measures taken in previous years to cut down water usage in the summer months. In many cases there is call for increased efficiency in water usage before an actual ban.
In light of this recent news, it has excited much comment from many within the pneumatics and hose pipe industry, including experts The Hosemaster.
"It is interesting that William Hill speculated upon a hosepipe ban for April2015," a spokesperson told us "As it is now May and no hose pipe ban has been seen so far. In turn, this is ultimately an indicator that the public may be called upon to be more water efficient, but not necessarily face a ban. The British public can ultimately take steps NOW to increase their water efficiency WITH the use of a hose and potentially continue doing so – after all hoses are essential for many,especially for watering gardens and washing cars.
Furthermore, the best of a hosepipe ban appeared not to result in anything in April, although hot temperatures were predicted. In turn, attention transfers from hosepipe ban to hose pipe efficiency!
In order to increase your efficiency with a garden hose, for example, an absolute essential is to ensure that you have the right hose for you, your circumstances and ultimately your water source.These are factors which often go under-considered, yet we take time with every customer in our compressive online service to make sure these needs are addressed. You may be surprised at the different lengths and widths of hose you can buy and how much more suitable these can be for your circumstance."
About The Hosemaster
The Hosemaster are northern-based experts in the provision of hose, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment, with a comprehensive online site.
Company name: The Hosemaster
Tel: 01282 604002
Contact person: Mark Schofield
Address: 5/6 Kenyon Court