Why Has Your Gas Water Heater's Flame Changed Colour?

Posted on: 22 February 2019
The gas flame on your water heater is usually a steady blue colour. However, you look at the flame one day and see that it is burning more of a yellow or orange colour. Why has your heater's flame changed colour and what should you do about it? Why Should Gas Flames Burn Blue? Any gas flame should burn blue. This colour shows that the gas that is burning has the right combustion conditions and is safe.
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4 Signs That Point to a Frozen Pipe in the Home (And How to Fix It)

Posted on: 22 January 2019
For any homeowner, the thought of a frozen pipe can be scary. If undetected, frozen pipes can cause extensive damage to your plumbing system and to your home in general. For example, the ice inside a frozen pipe can expand and rupture the pipe itself. Even worse, leaking water can enter the home and cause water damage, the growth of mould/mildew, and costly pipe damage. You can prevent much of these risks by paying attention to your plumbing system.
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Choosing the Right Gas Hot Water System

Posted on: 5 December 2018
Not having hot water at home is a massive issue as it causes major interruptions to our daily routines, from the moment we get up and take our early morning shower to the time we put our kids to bed after a hot bath...we need running hot water. Gas hot water systems are usually very reliable in comparison to electrical hot water systems, so it is unusual if they aren't working.
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3 Reasons to Reline Instead of Replace Your Home's Sewer Pipes

Posted on: 9 October 2018
When your home's sewer pipes get damaged, you might assume they need to be replaced. However, it's often better to simply have them relined. Plumbers can reline pipes by cleaning their insides using high-pressure water jetting. This gets rid of any deposits. They then put a tube into the pipes and inflate it to fit against the walls. Resin on the outside sticks to your current pipes, creating a seamless seal. Here are just three reasons why you're better off relining rather than replacing.
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