BLOG 2014


Why Real Estate Agents need Reliable Plumbers?

December 5, 2014

As more and more homes are installing water saving technologies such as filtration systems and water catchment systems, these are items that help to sell homes. Things new homeowners are interested in having in their new home.

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How does a Rainwater Harvesting System work?

December 3, 2014

The Rainwater Harvesting System´┐Żs concept is really simple. By the use of gravity, the rainwater is collected from your roof, flows in the gutter and through down pipes, and then gets filtered and stored in a water tank below the ground.

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What are Flushometres

November 24, 2014

Flushometers are the devices that are often seen in public toilets which serve as the mechanism used to flush urinals and toilets with water. How they work is actually quite simple. Flushometers work by regulating water flow with enough pressure to effectively flush out urinals and toilets of human wastes.

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Sewer Drains and what you need to Know

November 11, 2014

You probably know that a sewer drain transports waste water from your property to the main sewers underground. But what else do you know besides that? If something were to happen to your drain, you won't be able to find out what's wrong unless you actually understand what is going on.

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What is ECO-Plumbing

October 31, 2014

What is ECO-Plumbing? ECO-Plumbing is a practice of plumbers to save their clients money by utilizing economic means to reduce maintenance and repair costs in residential and commercial properties.

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Join-A-Gutter box gutter system: What is a Box Gutter?

October 20, 2014

Maintaining a building starts from the top down, whether it is a residential, commercial, warehouse or storage property, all things associated with the roof should be the main concern.

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How Does a Backflow Preventer Work

September 25, 2014

Backflow preventers are a handy little piece of gadgetry that can prove to be indispensible for residential, industrial and commercial water supply lines.

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Things to Consider for Your Bathroom Remodel

September 10, 2014

A bathroom is integral for any household, although it is often one of the most ill-designed areas when it comes to aesthetics.

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Industrial plumbing services in Melbourne

August 25, 2014

Every day in the world someone needs a plumber rather it is for commercial or residential. However there is a big difference in Industrial plumbing and residential and commercial plumbing.

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Mine and Deep trench management

August 18, 2014

One of the regulating agencies is Melbourne Water, which is owned and operated by the Victorian Government; their job is to ensure the continuous quality of the water supply for the general population, industry and commercial activity.

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Installing a rain water tank

July 22, 2014

Are you mulling over whether you should install a rain water tank or not? It is not a bad idea actually, reducing your use of city water, especially for outdoor gardening, cleaning and washing your vehicle just makes sense when you think about it.

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What are the Advantages of Copper Plumbing?

July 7, 2014

The advantages of copper plumbing are countless. If you compare copper plumbing to that of galvanized steel or PVC pipes you will find that copper plumbing actually offers a more significant advantage.

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How to avoid common plumbing problems

June 25, 2014

Learning how to fix small problems around the house can save you some money, especially before things break, that's why learning how to avoid common plumbing problems can prevent any small problem from becoming a big financial concern.

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Plumbing Maintenance

June 16, 2014

It is important for you to keep an eye on your plumbing for leaks and the like, but it is also essential to have regular professional plumbing inspections. Some people do this every 6 months, but all homeowners should do it once a year.

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What is Pipe Relining?

May 30, 2014

Pipe relining is obviously important, but what is it really? How will it benefit you? Well, if you have older property you may want to pay special attention to your plumbing.

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Things your plumber wishes you would not do

May 12, 2014

Plumbers are homeowners' unsung heroes, however, they are able to repair any plumbing problem you may have in your home, there are some things your plumber whishes you wouldn't do.

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The most common plumbing problems and how to avoid them

April 14, 2014

Some of the most common plumbing problems are simple to fix. However, if a plumbing problem is left unattended it can cause severe hardship to the home and the wallet.

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Why do pipes burst?

April 8, 2014

Busted pipes are two words that every homeowner dreads to hear. One it is discovered that a water pipe has busted the water must be cut off and repairs must begin immediately.

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Sulfuric Acid
Drain Cleaner

March 31, 2014

When it comes to sulfuric acid drain cleaner you have to weigh your options wisely. While it is effective for removing a clog from your drain, it can also be really dangerous.

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What is commercial

March 3, 2014

Commercial plumbing deals with more than just simple faucet and pipe installation and repair. Commercial plumbers are involved with the installation and maintenance of extensive waste removal and water supply systems for different forms of businesses and large housing complexes.

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Different Types of
Plumbing Fixtures

February 11, 2014

A plumbing fixture usually refers to a part in a plumbing system that has a specific use and application. These fixtures are different from other types of plumbing components, such as pipes, which solely carry water.

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Prevent Injury with
Easily Installed Thermostatic
Mixing Valves

February 3, 2014

A thermostatic mixing valve is a valve that blends hot water with cold water to ensure a constant and safe temperature which prevents scalding.

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Benefits of Hiring a
Professional Plumber

January 16, 2014

It's unfortunate that, evidently, many of us are out to get professional plumbers. They say that a plumber's job is either a racket to swindle the ignorant out of their hard-earned money or is work so easy that any ape could do it.

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