Quick Fixes for Some Minor Residential Plumbing Issues

9 November 2016
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Residential plumbing systems experience lots of traffic. They supply water for your domestic use and also direct it out as wastewater. Though residential plumbing installations are designed to ensure unobstructed flow, problems are inherently inevitable. Hiring a professional plumber to help maintain and repair your plumbing system is critical. But you too have a big role to play because the professional will not be around at the time your plumbing installation starts to act up. Read More 

3 Plumbing Emergencies You Never Want to Handle On Your Own

29 July 2016
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When you own your own home, of course you can handle all the repairs you want; many homeowners even take classes or follow online courses in home repair so they can be equipped to manage certain emergencies and maintenance. However, remember that short classes and videos you see online are no substitute for years of education and experience someone gets as an emergency plumber, and there are some plumbing emergencies that are always best left to the pros. Read More 

How to Improve the Performance of Your Hot Water System

19 July 2016
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Having a hot shower is a great way to start your day, but if you water heater isn't running in an efficient manner, you may soon find yourself without any hot water. There are a number of steps that you can take in order to improve the performance of your water heater and to ensure it is functioning at the required level to meet your hot water needs. Below is a guide of things to check in order to ensure your water heater is in peak operating condition. Read More 

Choices for a Heavy-Duty Drainage System at Home

21 June 2016
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A heavy-duty drainage system is usually used in businesses like car washes or production facilities that use a tremendous amount of water in their manufacturing process, as standard drains cannot manage their rate of water flow. However, you might also need a heavy-duty drainage system for your residential property; this can be needed if you have a barn with livestock and need to rinse out the flooring regularly or work on cars yourself and clean them in your home's garage. Read More 

4 Secrets Every Homeowner Must Know To Prevent Frozen Pipes In Winter

11 May 2016
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In 2015, many Australian homeowners had the horrible experience of dealing with a burst pipe, as a sudden burst of freezing weather swept across the nation. When temperatures drop below freezing, water in the pipes in your home can freeze and expand, bursting the pipe. This can lead to a potentially devastating flood when the weather warms up and the ice melts. Prevent this awful outcome by taking action before the winter weather hits. Read More