Tips, Tricks & Free
For a limited time only we are providing you the opportunity to receive your drainage plumbing diagram for FREE. Click here for more.
It has come to our attention that many property owners do not know the location of their water meter. Click here to find out tips on how to find your home’s water meter.
Know how to dispose of fat and other common household items that regularly cause some trouble with your pipes and sewage system.
Here are 5 common causes of leaking pipes so you can look out for the signs before things go from bad to worse at home.
If you find yourself asking the same question each month, ‘Why is my water bill so high?’ the chances are you have a burst or leaking pipe somewhere in your house. Burst pipes will affect your house differently depending on where it is located. Pay attention to these signs to find out whether you have a burst pipe.
To help keep your drains clean and your water running smoothly, here are some simple DIY techniques to try before calling the pros that will not only help you with blocked drains but help prevent future blockage. There are all simple and easily doable.
Avoid a costly plumbing disaster later by caring for your pipes now. Through regular checks and maintenance, you can address minor issues before they become major problems.
Is your shower starting to feel more like a light body mist and less like a warm bear hug? Find out what are the main causes of low water pressure and the steps you can take to fix it.
DIY can help you save some money but some issues commonly found in old houses might cost you more health-wise and money-wise, if not handled by a professional.
Before starting this big project, have a read through our guide so you know what to expect and plan ahead.
In Western Australia, you need a license to do any sort of plumbing work, this includes leaking pipes, drainage issues and gas-fitting. Conducting DIY plumbing work can actually void warranties, with insurance companies refuting your claims.
As Australia continues to experience the impact of climate change, the question on everyone’s mind is how can I be eco-friendlier? one of the questions you might end up asking yourself is: is getting a water tank worth it?
Energy and water efficient will help you in the long run save some money and will make your household more sustainable. Learn about Australian energy and water ratings, and a range of energy and water efficient solutions you can start implementing now.