How to Identify Leaking Pipes in Your Building

Has your water pressure suddenly decreased? If your faucets and appliances are no longer functioning as well as they previously did, your plumbing system might have developed a leak.

Most of the time, the water line to your place of business will be metered in order to assess how much you consume. A leak can become an expensive annoyance by using up water even when your faucets and appliances are switched off.

In addition to the direct costs, leaks can have serious indirect costs. If your business depends on a … Read More

5 Ways to Save Water in the Workplace

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Reducing your workplace’s water consumption is a great way to become more eco-friendly and environmentally responsible. It’s also remarkably easy to do with just a few changes to your workplace routine.

In this blog post, we’ll share five tactics that you can use to reduce your office’s water consumption. Apply one, two or all six to enjoy significantly lower water bills and an important environmental achievement.

Use low-flow showerheads

Low-flow showerheads use significantly less water than standard showerheads. On average, switching from a standard … Read More

5 Signs Your Plumbing System is in Need of Maintenance

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From noisy pipes to low water pressure, a variety of problems can signal that your plumbing system is in need of repairs. Some of these problems can be easily fixed, while others may require the services of a professional plumber.

In this blog post, we’ll look at five of the most common signs your plumbing system is in need of maintenance or repairs. From dripping to slow draining, discover five signs to watch out for in your commercial plumbing system.

Unusually colored tap

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5 Must-Have Home Bathroom Tools and Accessories

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Have you recently moved into a new home or apartment? Once you’ve moved in all of the essential furniture and appliances, you’ll need to stock your bathroom with a range of tools and accessories for cleaning, basic plumbing and more.

In this blog post, we’ll list five must-have home bathroom accessories for keeping your bathroom spotless and working its best. Read on to learn what you should be stocking in your bathroom cabinet for quick repairs and home maintenance.

Chemicals and cleaning supplies

Every … Read More

What Causes Low Water Pressure?

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Has your shower head or bathroom faucet’s flow of water been reduced to a mere trickle? Low water pressure is a common annoyance for homeowners, and finding out the cause of a water pressure problem can be challenging.

In this blog post, we’ll look at some of the most common causes of low pressure in your home’s plumbing system. Read on to learn how to discover the source of your pressure problem and return your plumbing system to normal.

Leaking pipes

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How to Fix Most Blocked Shower Drains in 5 Minutes

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Is your shower or bathtub drain clogged up? Blocked bathroom drains are one of the most common plumbing issues homeowners face. Thankfully,, they’re pretty easy to fix using only basic plumbing tools and chemicals.

In this guide, we’ll cover the basics of unblocking your shower or bathtub drain and getting the water flowing again. There are a few different ways to unclog a shower or bathtub drain, each of which fixes a specific type of blockage.

Identifying the cause of the blockage

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Plumbing Glossary: Understanding Basic Plumbing Terms and Phrases

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Is your drain blocked? Is your water pressure a little light for your liking? Plenty of plumbing problems can be solved using basic tools and a little know how, provided you’re familiar with the jargon used in many plumbing tutorials.

In this glossary, we’ll cover the most frequently used terms, phrases and jargon in home plumbing. Read on to learn the basic technical terms you’ll no doubt read in manuals, tutorials and even our own online plumbing guides.

Air Gap

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Dirty Air Conditioner Filters: They Can Make you Lose your Cool

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On heating and air conditioning systems it is very important to change the filter regularly.

The photo shows a motor that had so much dirt covering it.  It actually caught on fire. This dirt causes poor air flow. Reduced cooling capabilities. Dirty registers, dirt duct work and a dirty home.

To see more tips on how you can keep your cooling system clean, check out our blog regularly. We will provide you useful information that you can apply for the proper maintenance of your heating and air conditioning system.… Read More