It’s An Emergency: Problems That Require An Emergency Plumber

If you're dealing with plumbing issues, you might be wondering if they have reached emergency status. If they haven't, you might be able to wait a few days for the necessary repairs. However, if your plumbing problem has developed into an emergency situation, you can't afford to wait for the next available appointment. For those situations, you need to contact an emergency plumber. If you're not sure what constitutes a plumbing emergency, read the list provided below. Read More 

Why DIY Remedies Aren’t That Good At Fixing Blocked Drains

Many people have been in a situation where they have a blocked drain and nothing seemed to fix it. If you are currently putting up with this problem, then it is important to know that there are a few good reasons why some blocked drains do not respond well to DIY solutions. They could, in fact, be making it worse if you aren't careful. Here is why you should always call a plumber when it comes to a blocked drain. Read More 

Three Crucial Precautions for Installing Submersible Bore Pumps

If you are planning on installing a bore pump to move water for irrigation, domestic use or livestock watering, consider choosing a submersible unit. In general, submersible pumps are more energy efficient because they are submerged in the well or borehole. Therefore, the power needed for lifting water is considerably lower. Also, these bore units are self-priming, minimising the detrimental effects of a dry operation. In addition, the submersion of the pump reduces the space requirements for placement. Read More 

Low Water Pressure in Your Home? Here are 4 Factors That Call For the Installation of a Booster Pump

Low water pressure in a home can be due to various plumbing problems, such as leaks, clogged pipes, corroded pipes and faulty pressure regulators. However, not all instances of low water pressure occur from faults in the plumbing. Some can result from issues that you cannot solve through repairs. In these cases, the only way to resolve the water pressure issue is to install a booster pump. Below are the four common factors that require you to install a pressure booster pump in your home. Read More 

Why Choose a Tankless Hot Water System?

When contemplating hot water system installation, one of the decisions you need to make is whether to opt for a tankless hot water system or one that includes a hot water storage tank. Each type of system has its advantages and drawbacks, but here are a few reasons why a tankless system might work better for you. 1. You Want Immediate Hot Water Any Time of Day Tankless hot water systems heat water only when you need it, rather than heating it in advance and storing it in a tank for later use. Read More