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If you find unsightly stains on the walls, rotten plasterboard and timber, there is a good chance you have a leaky shower.
Grease, hair and kitchen debris accumulate gradually in the traps and waste-pipes underneath sinks and basins.
Blockages in pipes can occur anywhere — from a waste in the home to where the sewerage enters the mains or a septic system.
Hot water systems come in many shapes and sizes. They may be powered by electricity, gas, solar, wood or chip; large or small storage types; main pressure (unvented) or gravity feed (vented), or instantaneous.
Today there is a wide range of systems available to heat water for use in the house. Making the right choice may mean larger energy savings as well as never running out of hot water.
What should you do if you encounter a plumbing emergency? Certainly, your best recourse would be to call in an emergency plumber in order to remedy the problem and prevent unnecessary damage to your property.
There are a few things that you may want to do before the professional plumber arrives.
Think of the following tips as some sort of first aid treatment for plumbing emergencies that will help you contain the issue at hand.