DIY Plumbing – How To Avoid Disasters

There are many DIY projects that can be fun, and then there is plumbing. Finding out how to fix your own leaks or replace your own toilet can prevent you from calling a plumber, as well as save you a great deal of money. However, ensuring that mistakes are not made is imperative. Even though there are certain problems that can be avoided, some issues are unavoidable, especially if your plumbing is old or poorly installed. Read More 

Office Building Managers: 4 Steps You Can Take to Reduce Blocked Toilets and Sewer Pipes

If you manage an office building which contains a large workforce, you will understand what a hammering the sewer system can take. The average person urinates between 6 and 7 times a day and may also pass solid waste during visits to the bathroom. As well as human waste, the plumbing system may also have to cope with large quantities of hand towels and other items which are flushed down the toilet. Read More 

What To Do When You Have Burst Pipes In Your Home

If you are in a temperate climate and temperatures drop in the winter to an all time low, you could experience the problem of burst pipes.  This is particularly likely if you are in an old house with pipes that are made of weak metal or plastic and are not insulated.  When the water in the pipes freezes, it will expand and this is what will burst the pipes.  What do you do when this happens? Read More 

Top 5 Perks That Make PVC Pipes a Perfect Alternative to Copper Pipes for Water Supply Applications

Historically, copper pipes have been the piping product of choice for homes and commercial buildings in most towns and cities across Australia. In recent times, however, PVC piping is increasingly being favoured as an alternative to copper pipes because of the many practical benefits that it has to offer. Read on below to find out the key qualities that make PVC piping a great alternative to copper pipes when it comes to residential and commercial water supply applications. Read More 

A Catering Guide to Keeping Profits from Going down the Drain

Are you running a restaurant or catering business? Do you want to ensure your profits go into your pocket and not down the drain? Then you'll need to avoid expenses such as blocked drain repairs. Fat, oil and grease (FOG) are one of the biggest causes of blocked drains in catering businesses. Year in and year out, plumbers are called to remove blockages that could be avoided by employing simple measures. Read More