Dealing With a Blocked Toilet

How to Deal With a Stubborn Blockage in Your Drainage System

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If you’ve ever had to deal with a blocked drain, you know how frustrating it can be and you know how limited your options are should you only have access to conventional household tools. The receptacle itself may be full to the brim with dirty water or worse and you certainly don’t want to be splashing around too much if you can help it. Sometimes, the blockage may have been caused by something other than food particles, grease, hair or other soft matter and in this case, what kind of tools will you need in order to get back to normal? Read More»

3 Reasons Why Startup Plumbing Firms Need an Apprentice Plumber

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For plumbers, succeeding in a highly competitive industry is fundamental to the continued provision of services to clients. Therefore, plumbers implement different strategies to remain ahead of the competition. Such a policy might involve investing in new plumbing technology and taking refresher plumbing courses, among other things. However, did you know that hiring an apprentice plumber can take your plumbing business to the next level? Most plumbers do not understand this and focus on recruiting experienced staff who can get the work done fast. Read More»

A Simple Water Heater Maintenance Guide

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Hot water systems are an essential component of nearly every home. In addition to providing warm baths, they facilitate various other household activities including cleaning of clothes and dishes. As such, it’s imperative to make sure that it’s properly maintained and working efficiently.  There are several maintenance procedures that you can undertake to make sure that your system is working accordingly at all times. Below are some of the common maintenance tips that will help keep your hot water system in perfect condition. Read More»

Why Add Temperature Controllers to Your Hot Water System?

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While hot water units dispense hot water to your taps, the temperature of the water won’t necessarily be right for you all the time. Depending on what you use the taps for, you may need different water temperatures. You may spend a lot of your time juggling hot and cold taps to get the right heat level for your needs. Adding temperature controllers to your system may make things easier. How do these controllers work and what are their benefits? Read More»

4 Summer Tips to Protect Your Plumbing

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Most people are aware that they need to take care during winter to protect their plumbing from freezing, but did you know that summer can also put your pipes at risk? In fact, many plumbing issues arise most commonly in the summer. Use these tips to keep your plumbing working well all summer long. 1. Check Sprinklers Carefully A leak in a sprinkler system can lead to huge water bills and waterlogging in part of your garden. Read More»