How to Keep Your Drains Clean and Plumber Contractors Safe

Posted on: 31 July 2017

Blocked drains aren't just inconvenient; they can also present a health hazard to both your family and to the plumber who has to clear the blockage. Often, the things that you wash down your sink or flush down a toilet are responsible for creating a blocked drain. As well as blocking your drains, these objects will often pose a risk to a plumber who has to work on the drain. Below is a guide to objects that should never be placed in your home plumbing system.
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2 Simple Plumbing Repairs Many DIY Homeowners Can Do Without Much Hassle

Posted on: 29 July 2017

It is easy to panic when you are facing a plumbing emergency in your home, but when know you can fix the problem yourself, you'll be able to remain calm and work easy. There are several DIY-friendly emergency plumbing repairs that homeowners can perform themselves. If you would like to know that these plumbing jobs are and how they can be performed, you should continue reading on: Slow Draining As the name suggests, slow draining takes place when the water that is flushed down the drain pipe seems to be draining slower than usual.
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Key Points of Changing from a Gas to Electric Water System

Posted on: 28 July 2017

For various reasons, you may find yourself facing a water system changeover. In many cases, this refers to the changeover from gas power to electric power for the residential water system. If this is the type of water system changeover you are facing, there are a few things you should know before the changeover begins. These key points can help you better prepare for the changeover and decide what options you may want to take as well:
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How to Make Sure the Electrical Components of Your Home Are Safe After Water Damage

Posted on: 27 July 2017

It can be horrifying when a flood strikes a community. Although this is also the time when the community comes together, demonstrating a spirit of togetherness in order to help everyone get their lives back on track. And then there are instances when a flood can be rather localised, as in you're the only one affected. It might be from a burst pipe, a leaking roof, or someone simply leaving a window open during a particularly heavy bout of rain, but there are times when the average home will be subjected to some degree of water damage.
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