This lovely pictures of a still day at the Clickimin Loch was taken by Kelsea Blades and features as our October image in the Ness Engineering calendar.Read
Ness Engineering Ltd are pleased to announce that they have three new apprentices starting this yearRead
I chose the colour burgundy for the [Windhager FireWin] boiler which has given the room a whole new look. Although it’s a very modern-looking piece of equipment I feel it has re-vamped the room but is still in keeping with the traditional low ceiling, wooden floors and cosiness of a croft house. Being able to see a living flame has given some ‘heart’ to the house and it’s great to sit with a glass of wine watching the flame.