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When looking for a plumber in Sydney it is very important that you make sure you are hiring a good quality and reputable plumber. A good plumber must meet the standards of the Plumbing Code of Australia. With credentials and licensing to operate as a plumber, drainer and gasfitter, you can rest assured that your plumbing job will be completed to the best possible and completely safe standards by Ready Set Plumb. Read More
For most Aussies, the kitchen is the centre of the home and it’s a place where people gather not only to prepare meals but also to catch up on the day’s events. It’s also the most intensively used room in the house and as a result, often becomes victim to wear and tear over the years.
With that in mind, it’s no surprise that most households often do kitchen renovation as their first home improvement project.
If you need some more convincing, allow me to present 5 good reasons why it’s a good idea to renovate your kitchen.
When water heaters start to leak from the bottom of the tank, it’s already a sign that it needs to be replaced. In the event of a leaking water heater, there are certain steps that you need to follow to perform an emergency shutdown.
Shutting down your water heater allows you to prevent the leak from getting worse and save you money in the process. Listed below are the general steps on how you can shut down your water heater.
Water shortage is becoming so common that Australia and most other countries are now trying to come up with different ways to conserve water. The efforts, centred on the principle of water efficiency, are aimed towards helping meet our needs using the least amount of water. One such approach is the installation of water efficient toilets to replace the old and water-intensive ones – wasting as much as 20 litres per flush. If your home has an old toilet, it makes sense-–both economically and environmentally–to get it replaced with a water efficient model that will use about 55 percent less water than a conventional model.
On top of that, installing a water efficient toilet can help you save a lot of money by reducing your water bill. Water efficient toilets can also reduce our collective pressure on limited water supplies, which equates to less water ending up in sewage treatment plant. Less waste means lower operating costs for the sewage plant.
I have had a few people ask me about what water efficient toilets are and I’ve come up with a list / short guide on everything you need to know about them.