As many of us gear up for a busy Christmas after the restrictions of last year, ask yourself - can my plumbing cope with the extra demand? If you're not sure, NOW is the time to take action and get things in order because nobody wants a broken toilet or blocked sink over the holidays!
We've long warned about the damage that flushing wet wipes causes, but should we really be avoiding them altogether? As an MP proposes that all wipes containing plastic should be banned, could you stop using them?
It's Unblocktober! A national awareness campaign dedicated to educating people about what they can and cannot put down the sink or toilet in order to avoid blocked drains and environmental damage.
If the warmer weather is making your drains smell bad, chances are there's a blockage somewhere and that's not going to get any better as we move into winter. Get them fixed now to avoid flooding when the weather gets wetter. Drain investigations from £99.00.
An insect infestation can be traumatic enough but silverfish could be a sign that there is a damp issue somewhere, so the critters could be the least of your problems. Here's how to spot the signs and what you need to do if you think you have them.
Now that restrictions are changing and we can socialise in our gardens, there's nothing more likely to ruin a good party than smelly drains! Look out for these red flags that you have a drain blockage and get it sorted before considering firing up the barbecue.
Why drain cleaning needs to be part of your deep cleaning, or even regular cleaning, routine. How to keep them clear, including some DIY remedies that you can make from store cupboard ingredients.
While our plumbers and gas engineers are always available and happy to help, there are some basic plumbing skills that everyone ought really have - especially in an emergency. Here are the top 6 plumbing skills that you would find useful.
Children love water but this can also be a deadly combination. We take a look at the risks associated with young children and plumbing and how you can minimise the risk to both health and your home.
A blocked drain needs resolving quickly but how do you know when it's your responsibility or your water provider's? We explain the difference plus how to avoid a blockage in the first place.