Terms and Conditions

These relate to the information pages available at www.flameport.com


This website does not record any personal details of visitors.

This website does not send any marketing emails.

This website does use cookies to track visitors, this information is aggregated and used to create reports on the general usage patterns of this website. None of this contains personal data, and there is no way for us or anyone else to personally identify you.


If you do not agree to to the use of cookies on this website, you have two options:

1. Configure your browser to block some or all cookies. Instructions on how to do this can be found at https://cookiesandyou.com/
Disabling 'third party cookies' should prevent personalised advertising being shown, and also prevent tracking what kind of websites you may have possibly looked at previously.
Blocking all cookies would also prevent that, and result in most websites not working properly.

2. If you are unwilling or unable to change the settings in your browser or device, and do not want cookies to be used, then your only choice is to not use this website.

This website does not have a 'decline cookies' option because in order to save your choice, it would be necessary to use a cookie to prevent the message being displayed on each and every page, and by declining the use of cookies, any 'decline' option would not work.

Another problem is that this website, just like most others, has already set several cookies by the time the 'consent/decline' message is displayed, and it is highly likely that some of those would relate to advertising or could be used for advertising purposes.

It is theoretically possible to provide a solution where visitors can pick and choose from a list of cookies and allow/decline individual ones, however such a solution would be ridiculously complex, and require that users actually knew what each cookie was actually for, and what the consequences of disabling it would be. If such a thing was actually wanted, it would need to be installed on every website, and visitors would need to configure it separately for each and every website they visited. In order to save any settings - you guessed it, cookies would be required. If such a mess was designed so that settings could be retained and applied across multiple websites, then third party tracking cookies would be required - the very items which a minority of people have got all busted up over in the first place.


This site contains cookies from Google and Doubleclick (a Google company), information about them can be found here: https://policies.google.com/technologies/partner-sites?hl=en. Google provide advertising from a large number of other technoliogy providers, all of which use cookies.

Settings for Google/Doubleclick ads are here: https://adssettings.google.com/?hl=en.


Flameport Enterprises Ltd is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.co.uk

This website contains affiliate links to products and other pages on amazon.co.uk in both text and image formats.

Information Provision

All information presented on this website is provided as-is. It does not comprise any form of legal advice.

Although the information provided covers many common situations, it is impossible to cover every eventuality. It is possible that the wiring or electrical system in your home does not conform to any of the information provided.


While every care has been taken in the preparation of this website, neither John Ward or Flameport Enterprises is responsible for any loss or damage resulting from errors or omissions. Visitors to the site must rely on their own skill and judgement when making use of any information provided.



Linking to this website

You may link to this website by placing one or more links on your own website, blog, forum or other publication. If you link directly to images, meaning some other website now contains images which are loaded from this site directly, then one of two things will happen. If it's considered relevant and appropriate, such as in a forum posting which helps people, then the images will work. If you just copy large parts of this website and shove it into some spamola blog/wordpress/junk type thing, images may be replaced with other images when you are not looking.