Australians consume huge amounts of water every day. In a country as dry as ours, this is costly not only to your wallet but to the environment and future generations.
If you discover a burst pipe in your home, it’s imperative you get it fixed as soon as possible. The potential water loss from burst pipes in your house can be as much as 400 litres an hour– that’s 2 full baths every hour!
It’s important to choose a plumbing company before you have an emergency – calling the first number you find after something has gone wrong is a risky move! But choosing can be difficult. There are so many options out there and it can be tricky even narrowing them down.
Blocked drains are incredibly annoying. No one likes watching tepid water just sitting in their sink slowly draining away. But more than just being annoying, blocked drains can also create some real problems.
A toilet that won’t stop running is one of the more annoying things we have to deal with. Part of what makes it so annoying is the fact that there can be several different causes, which makes fixing the problem difficult.
Like HVAC and electrical systems, household plumbing is rarely given a second thought until something goes wrong. Your plumbing system should have regular inspections at least once a year.
Even if you are experienced with home repairs, many plumbing emergencies and problems will require a trained professional to get the job done properly.
No one wants to deal with cold showers, or having to boil the kettle to wash the dishes, so it’s important to make sure your hot water system is operating properly. We’ve put together a few important tips to help you spot the signs that you water heater system may need repair.
There are some objects that could easily be dropped down the drains in the home, albeit unintentionally. For example, soap and jewellery can become lodged in drains.
Barbecues, the beach, pool parties and hose fights – it doesn’t get better than summer in Australia! But summer also brings extra wear and tear for your plumbing system, and problems can arise.
This is the thought that crosses many homeowners’ minds right before they do something disastrous to their plumbing. Unless you know what you’re doing – and sometimes even if you do – you should really leave plumbing to plumbers.