Why Your Toilet Bangs After a Flush

Toilets don't flush silently, but you get used to the noise your toilet generally makes. However, if you hear a loud bang or bangs at the end of the flush, then you will be wondering if something is wrong with your toilet or your plumbing. Why is your toilet making banging noises and what can you do about it? Single Bangs After a Flush If your toilet gets to the end of its flush cycle and then makes a short single bang, then your cistern may have a problem. Read More 

3 Vital Pre-Summer Tasks To Complete For Your New Home’s Backyard Pool

Summer is just around the corner and most regions of Australia are already beginning to enjoy the onset of the warmer weather. If you've recently bought a home that has a swimming pool, then you're probably even more excited about the coming summer than usual. Having a backyard pool to cool down in on a hot day is a luxury and a welcome joy when the mercury starts to shoot up. Read More 

Hydro Jetting

Plumbers offer all kinds of services these days, from installing new central heating systems to dealing with leaky taps. Among the many jobs that they might get called out to do is to clear a clogged up sewer. There are a number of techniques available to plumbers to clear debris out of an underground sewer line. Among them is rodding which consists of connecting a number of rods together and shoving them into the sewer by hand until the problem area has been located. Read More 

Tips for Handling Sewage From a Blocked Drain

Blocked drains are always likely to occur in homes as a result of many different causes. Old pipes, poor drainage systems or flushing the wrong items down the drain can all result in a drain becoming blocked. In some cases, blocked drains may cause water to overflow uncontrollably on short notice. This often happens when someone unknowingly flushes a blocked toilet and it begins to overflow, or when taking a shower or using the kitchen sink. Read More 

Do You Have Frozen Water Pipes? Here’s What to Do

You may have taken all necessary precautions during the winter to protect your plumbing pipes, but they may still end up freezing due to the low temperatures. Frozen water pipes are a nightmare for every homeowner. The pipes are unable to supply water to the taps, and they can easily burst and result in leaks in your home. Therefore, this situation should be treated as an emergency to avoid significant losses. Read More