How To Save Wave Water and Stop Wastage

9 November 2016
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Many utility providers in Australia aim to obtain accurate meter readings every three months, but sometimes it can be a much longer period that elapses between water meter readings. If you have been unwittingly wasting water in that period, then the subsequent bill that arrives from the water supplier can be something of a shock. In addition to the financial incentive to save water, lowering the amount used in Australia has an environmental effect. Read More 

A Damaged Sewer Line at Home: What to Look for

25 July 2016
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The average home can potentially face many different kinds of problems. Perhaps the most unpleasant issue is when something goes wrong with your sewer line. Your sewer line transports your bodily waste away from your home and towards a treatment plant, which is exactly where you want it to go. You don't want to deal with the mess and smell that occurs when a sewer line is not doing its job properly. Read More 

4 Things to Do When Having a Hot Water Heater Installed

22 June 2016
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If you are planning on having a new hot water system installed in your home, there are a few things you should check and do which will help to keep things running smoothly. Follow the tips below to ensure that your new hot water system has a long and efficient life. Check the insulation Insulation is a key part of your hot water system. A properly insulated water heater will not lose heat energy, ensuring that your water is heated in an efficient and environmentally friendly way. Read More 

5 Items You Should Never Flush (Even If the Packaging Says You Can)

9 June 2016
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No-one enjoys having to deal with a blocked toilet, but it's an all-too-common occurrence in Australian households. The problem is that many people are confused about which items can be safely flushed down the toilet and which are likely to cause a blockage. Here are some of the top products that many of us think of as flushable, but that could wreak havoc on your plumbing system. 1. "Flushable" Wipes Read More 

Plumbing Pipes | 3 Alerting Signs Your Bathroom Pipes Are Corroded Internally

25 April 2016
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Plumbing pipes transport water into different taps in your bathroom and kitchen, but over time, they can get worn out and corroded, especially if the quality of water in your area isn't very good. While professional plumbers will need to repair or replace piping, some alerting signs will help you identify the possibility of pipe corrosion. Failure to take action may prove costly in the future as you deal with burst pipes and structural damage, so make sure you get professional plumbers to fix your corroded bathroom pipe problem as quickly as possible. Read More