By the very definition of the word, emergencies are things that need to be acted upon as quickly as possible and plumbing emergencies are no different.
When homeowners hear the word termite they often break into a sweat, and rightfully so.
Bathrooms and toilets are parts of the hygiene of our daily lives, and because of this they get a large number of things such as dead skin, hair, oils, human waste and saliva washed down them every day.
As all of our plumbers will tell you unblocking a clogged toilet is not a nice job. Any time you have to put something down the drain to unblock it such as a drain snake or a plunger there is a potential for the mess of water and bacteria to get all over you.
All across the country there is a shortage of Plumbers with skilled workers in high demand. A quick search on seek.com.au shows that nationwide there are 100's of positions currently available. So why is there such a skill shortage?
We all know that plumbing can leak, especially in older systems or when no installed professionally in the first place, but quite often those leaks are out of site, in the plumbing in your walls on under your house.
It's that time of year again, summer is on its way, and in Queensland whilst that means beaches, barbecues, and 35 degree day's it also means storms, and lots of them.
Everyone loves a nice hot shower, and there is nothing more frustrating than going to work feeling limp from your cold shower.
Plumbers are called out to households for all sorts of reasons, some major like flooded basements and other more common like a leaky tap or shower head.
Everyone know that when it come to your health prevention is better than cure, and the same goes for plumbing.