3 Reasons to Reline Instead of Replace Your Home's Sewer Pipes

Posted on: 9 October 2018
When your home's sewer pipes get damaged, you might assume they need to be replaced. However, it's often better to simply have them relined. Plumbers can reline pipes by cleaning their insides using high-pressure water jetting. This gets rid of any deposits. They then put a tube into the pipes and inflate it to fit against the walls. Resin on the outside sticks to your current pipes, creating a seamless seal. Here are just three reasons why you're better off relining rather than replacing.
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The Dangers Posed by Burst Pipes in Your Home

Posted on: 4 September 2018
Depending on the time you take to respond to a burst pipe, the losses that you will eventually incur can be reversible or irreversible. The total amount of money that it can cost you to correct the damage will also vary with your swiftness in getting the services of professional plumbers to handle the leak. Experienced and reliable plumbers, when called upon, can respond immediately to locate and repair the leak to prevent any further damage to the house.
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Tips to Help Your Choose a Floor Grate for Your Commercial Kitchen

Posted on: 5 June 2018
When you run a commercial kitchen, you have to deal with a lot of sticky, oily messes, and the easiest way to clean your floor is to just hose it off. However, for that to be possible, you need floor waste drains. Take a look at these tips to help you decide which drain is right for your kitchen. Consider Materials To ensure your drain stands the test of time, you could consider opting for marine-grade aluminium, which is naturally rust and corrosion resistant.
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4 Questions Before Using Drain Cleaners

Posted on: 26 March 2018
Drain cleaners are very common in retail outlets, such as convenience stores. However, one must ask himself or herself several questions before reaching for such a product when faced with a blocked drain. This article discusses some of those important questions. Is It Safe For Me? Your health and safety should be a primary concern when you are selecting different household products. Many chemical cleaners emit fumes which are toxic if inhaled.
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