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Caring for your dishwasher

There are few things more satisfying than saving time and money simultaneously, and your dishwasher is one appliance that makes this possible. Not only do you get your dishes clean in a fraction of the time, dishwashers generally use less water and less water heater...

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Why does my tile grout crack?

If you’re the type of homeowner who pays attention to little details, you might find that there are sections of your bathroom grout that don’t look as good as they used to. Specifically, you might find a crack or two, especially in joints where the wall meets the tub,...

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What to do when rusty water appears

  You count on the water coming from your taps to be clean and clear. So what if the color and taste are suddenly a little off? The culprit could be rust, and depending on the age of your pipes and water heater, it could be coming from inside your house. There’s also...

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Preventing a plumbing emergency

You can save money with a little do-it-yourself spirit when it comes to minor plumbing projects. However, tread carefully, because with a single misstep you could make things worse than before or even flood your house. Plumbing disasters can be a huge hassle and end...

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Installing a new toilet

New toilet day is an exciting time for any household. When you do make a new addition to the bathroom toilet plumbing, it's important to do it right. Finding the Right Toilet for Your Bathroom Before you run out and purchase a new toilet, you need to measure the space...

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Removing an old toilet

When it's time to replace your toilet, removing the old throne from its privileged spot in the bathroom can be a bit unpleasant. However, it's also a relatively simple job, one that you should be able to complete yourself without calling a plumber. The Final Flushes...

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Emergency plumbing situations

Toilets are a common source of home plumbing emergencies that homeowners have to contend with. Odds are that if you’ve lived in your home for long enough, you will have come across one or more plumbing emergencies, such as: - clogged toilets; leaky pipes; backed-up...

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Slow draining bath

Cleaning your own tub drains doesn't have to be difficult. Slow draining or clogged bathtubs are a frustrating, odorous plumbing problem that thousands of Australians deal with every year. With the right tools and plumbing tips, resolving bathtub clogging and the...

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Noisy plumbing, and how to fix it

When your plumbing system is working properly, you don't have to think about it. Water comes in, water and waste get removed, simple. Unfortunately, things don't always go plan. Sometimes, your plumbing can break down, often rather noisily and always at an...

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Recent Blog Posts

Caring for your dishwasher

There are few things more satisfying than saving time and money simultaneously, and your dishwasher is one appliance that makes this possible. Not only do you get your dishes clean in a fraction of the time, dishwashers generally use less water and less water heater...

Why does my tile grout crack?

If you’re the type of homeowner who pays attention to little details, you might find that there are sections of your bathroom grout that don’t look as good as they used to. Specifically, you might find a crack or two, especially in joints where the wall meets the tub,...

What to do when rusty water appears

  You count on the water coming from your taps to be clean and clear. So what if the color and taste are suddenly a little off? The culprit could be rust, and depending on the age of your pipes and water heater, it could be coming from inside your house. There’s also...

Preventing a plumbing emergency

You can save money with a little do-it-yourself spirit when it comes to minor plumbing projects. However, tread carefully, because with a single misstep you could make things worse than before or even flood your house. Plumbing disasters can be a huge hassle and end...

Installing a new toilet

New toilet day is an exciting time for any household. When you do make a new addition to the bathroom toilet plumbing, it's important to do it right. Finding the Right Toilet for Your Bathroom Before you run out and purchase a new toilet, you need to measure the space...