Make Sure Your Stormwater Isn't Discharging Into the Sewerage System

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In Australia, there are separate systems for sewage and for excess rainwater and stormwater. Allowing stormwater to drain into the sewer system can cause problems with flooding and may be illegal. Sewers that overflow with stormwater can overflow onto roads and onto neighbouring land, causing danger to motorists and damage to property. Stormwater can also cause the land to be soaked if it is discharged directly onto the ground rather than into a sewer.…

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What is a Diagnostic CCTV Drain Inspection?

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The signs of blocked drains are easy to spot: bad smells, basins taking a long time to empty, and gurgling in your pipework or toilet. However, locating the site of the blockage can be more difficult. A diagnostic CCTV drain inspection is a technique that some plumbers use to locate the cause of your blocked drains without having to dismantle your home plumbing system. How Does a Diagnostic CCTV Drain Inspection Work?…

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Two Steps to Take if You Want to Install a Powerful New Shower in Your Wet Room

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If the shower in your wet room produces a dribbling stream of water that makes your daily showers difficult, and you’ve decided to get a plumber to remove it and install a more powerful shower, you should take note of the advice provided here. Replace the existing floor waste with a much bigger stainless steel one When the plumber comes to fit the new shower, you should also have them remove the existing floor waste and fit a much bigger stainless steel one.…

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