Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Despite many do-it-yourself tips in plumbing repairs, some emergencies are simply beyond the capabilities of a homeowner. From leaking toilets to corroded pipes, damage with the plumbing systems may seem minor at first, but would eventually end up requiring major restorations. In these cases, it’s more practical to call for professional help. It’s more effective to look for agencies who not only offer overall services, but can also deploy a plumber from Perth at any time of the day, like 13 Plumber Perth. These plumbing agencies provide affordable rates for same day services which are responded to within 3 hours. In addition, plumbing specialists may even install CCTV for convenient surveillance of your system.
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Dishwashers are almost an essential appliance in most kitchens. Environmental and power concerns, however, prompt some homeowners to choose more energy-efficient models. In a guest article for Realestate.com.au, Anne Armensin said that while energy-efficient dishwashers are expensive at first, they provide more value in the long run. Perth residents understand the rationale for certain upgrades in the home. The Australian Bureau of Statistics reported that around 40% of households in the City of Lights owned a dishwasher, with half of these households comprising at least three people each. When you are in the market for a brand-new dishwasher for your home, a Perth plumbing outfit like those from 13 Plumber Perth will be able to help you set it up.
Monday, March 16, 2015
Your home’s toilet may seem like the perfect place to dispose most of your garbage; in one press of the button, every undesirable objects you never wish to see again goes away along with the toilet water. However, most objects are better off properly disposed on bins rather than on your drains, for it can lead to plumbing problems that will need attention from Perth plumbers. If left unattended, it may not only damage the property’s sewage line, but also the structure itself. Among the most common items usually flushed down the toilet include human waste and toilet paper, and most sewer lines are made to dispose of these materials. However, there are a lot of objects that often end up in the sewers that do not belong there in the first place.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
A home’s plumbing system is often one of the most ignored systems in a home—until something goes wrong, that is. Even then, many homeowners choose to ignore smaller problems, not knowing that even these small issues can leads to thousands of dollars wasted on water bill every year. While there are certain problems wherein a call to a plumber in Perth can be postponed to the start of the weekend, some are classified as plumbing emergencies and should therefore be addressed immediately.
Thursday, January 15, 2015
For homeowners who find that they have sewage or drainage problems on their hands, it is imperative that they get their plumbing systems checked immediately. If not addressed properly, small problems can grow into larger ones, damaging the house further and endangering its occupants. For issues such as blocked drains and clogged toilets, having the number of a skilled Perth plumber available at all times is a wise preparation to make. Because drainage and sewage problems can strike at any time of the day, 24/7 emergency services offered by reputable Perth plumbers such as 13 Plumber Perth can save homeowners from more costly repairs that result from allowing time to pass before solving their plumbing issues. While the average family may not have their sewage system and drains high on their list of daily concerns, it always pays to be ready for whenever disaster strikes.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
A couple of hundred miles from Perth lies the city of Geraldton, and it currently has a serious sewer problem that makes daily life in the town practically unbearable. ABC News reported that the town of Utakarra has been plagued by foul odours coming from a nearby sewer for more than a year, yet efforts by the Water Corporation (the company which built the sewer) to fix the problem have been ineffective. The situation has become so severe that traces of poisonous hydrogen sulphide have been detected emanating from the toilets in local homes.