21 11, 2018

6 Tips To Help Fix a Leak

2019-04-08T10:03:24+00:00November 21st, 2018|

From massive corporations to small homes, the majority of buildings share something in common during the winter - they all rely on their heating systems to keep everyone nice and warm. These fantastic additions are absolutely essential for providing provide a building's occupants with comfy warmth during the cold winter months. On occasion though, these heating systems sometimes lose some of their effectiveness and when this happens it is generally due to the fact that they lose their pressure and [...]

12 11, 2018

The 5 Step Guide To Dealing With a Burst Pipe

2019-04-08T10:03:58+00:00November 12th, 2018|

As the weather begins to turn and the temperature drops, a range of potential issues can arise that can lead to significant damage if not dealt with quickly and effectively. Last winter saw more snow days than we can remember, resulting in lots of home disasters – which is why we need to start preparing our pipes now to help avoid flooding and other costly water damage. Having a plumber check if your pipes are prone to freezing is the [...]

29 10, 2018

5 Signs You May Have Hard Water

2019-04-08T10:04:43+00:00October 29th, 2018|

Most people will be aware that some water is classed as "soft" and some is "hard" - but what's the difference and how do you know which type of water you have in your home? Here are a few of the tell-tale signs that your water is hard which can cause problems for your plumbing, your clothes, your hair and your skin. Sign No. 1 - Hard water causes damage to your crockery and cutlery after repeated exposure. If you notice that [...]

25 09, 2018

Are You Wasting Water?

2019-04-12T10:56:59+00:00September 25th, 2018|

Most people in the United Kingdom use between 50 to 70 gallons of water EVERYDAY for indoor use and use about the same amount of water for outdoor use, depending on the season. Water rates can put a real drain on your finances and it's important to ensure that you are not wasting a drop. Follow Our Tips Save rainwater and use it to nourish your garden or yard. If you have a roof area of 1,000 square feet, one [...]

16 12, 2013

Trouble with Your Pipes?

2018-06-18T11:45:50+00:00December 16th, 2013|

  Winter is Here! No time of the year is worse for the durability of pipes than the winter. The very last thing that anyone wants is to come home or wake up in the morning to the devastation that can be caused by a major leak in the home. Despite the fact that the considerable majority of pipes are made of copper, a typically durable metal, they are still prone to leaks, especially during the winter. Depending on the [...]