Less Obvious Signs You May Have Leaking Pipes

Posted on: 8 May 2017
It's pretty obvious when you need to call out a plumber, right? You go into the bathroom, only to find a puddle on the floor where pipes are leaking. You head to the kitchen to make dinner, and discover the sink is backed up and water won't drain away. Or maybe you put on a load of laundry and start the washing machine, but it doesn't seem to be taking in any water.
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Dealing with Low Water Pressure in Your Home

Posted on: 28 April 2017
Among the common plumbing problems you may experience in your home is low water pressure. Low water pressure can be caused by a variety of factors. This means if you know where to look and what to do, you can actually solve some of the causes of the low water issues you have in your home. If you have never dealt with low water pressure issues in your home before, this will be a challenge.
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3 Steps to Locating the Source of a Sink Leak

Posted on: 27 April 2017
Leaks under the sink may go undetected for a long time because pipes are usually hidden within some hardly-ever-used cabinet. By this time, your cabinet space could have become a hot mess that's expensive to fix, not to mention the amount of water wasted during the leak. As such, it is advisable to go through your cabinets routinely so that leaks and ensuing water damage are nipped in the bud. The hardest part of sorting out a leak is finding where it comes from.
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Inspections to Carry Out to Prevent Water Damage

Posted on: 10 March 2017
When it comes to building inspections, homeowners typically tend to consider them if they are either buying or selling a property. Nevertheless, it is crucial to take the time to inspect your property from time to time to ensure that any risks being posed to the structural damage of the property are caught early and fixed. Water damage is one of the primary risks that you would come across. By carrying out an inspection of your home and your home's plumbing, you will be able to determine if you require new waterproofing or if some physical repairs have to be done and you also prevent permanent damage from occurring to the property.
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