Leaky pipe joints can waste a lot of water, leading to property damages, increased water bills and a waste of precious natural resources. While the best method of stopping leaks in pipe joints in Singapore is avoiding them to happen from the very beginning, in case they do occur, here is how our plumbers in Singapore tackle this problem.
If you would like to add more value to your property, a basement bathroom is an ideal way in which you can do that. However, there are certain special considerations which need to be taken care of, such as how to install the drain pipes for such a basement bathroom.
Worried about leaky appliances and water waste on your property? A water leak detector can help you detect leaks in their early stages, before provoking damages and waste of water in your home. As follows, our plumber in Singapore presents you a brief description of water leak detector installation.
Do you have leaky appliances in your Singapore home? A leaky appliance is a common water leak met by our plumbers in Singapore. Sometimes, the owner does not know who to call: a plumber or an appliance specialist?
Cast iron pipes are pipes which are used for the transmission of water, sewage and gas since for centuries. They are also known for being utilized for as water drainage pipes during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Strange noises coming from your water pipes which keep you awake late at night? There are ways in which these sounds can be eliminated. Here is how.
Water leaks in a Singapore home can be very costly, having the potential to cause a lot of waste of money in high water bills, not to mention the damages that can occur because of them. Below, our plumber in Singapore presents some of the most common leaks which might take place in a Singapore home.
Water taps are also known as faucets or spigots. They basically represent valves used to control the release of water. Below, our plumbers in Singapore explain how a water tap works.
Our plumbers in Singapore often are called by our clients who announce us that they have lost something in the shower drain in their Singapore homes. Sometimes, it is a valuable piece of jewelry or another important item which needs to be retrieved. Here is how we deal with this issue.
A soil vent pipe (SVP), also named a drain-waste-vent or a soil stack pipe, is a pipe that is placed on a vertical level from the underground drainage system of a house to the top of it, a little above the roof gutter. As follows, our plumbers in Singapore explain different important aspects about SVPs.
A toilet siphon is a one or two piece unit which consists of a pipe, a pull handle and a plastic flap valve or diaphragm at the lower side. The pull handle lifts the flap valve made of plastic and sends water inside the toilet. Below, our plumber in Singapore explains the most common toilet siphon problems and fixes.
The bathtub is the centerpiece of a bathroom. It’s a place of relaxation and where you can disconnect for a few moments of bubbly peace. The type of bathtub you choose should be integrated with the general décor of the bathroom. Although the bathtub will take up more space, there are plenty of creative bathtub designs to choose from and adapt to fit your own home. Once you choose the one that suits your design, you can call a team of plumbers in Singapore to take care of the installation.
Is it raining inside your house? Our plumbers in Singapore know it is not the most fortunate situation to be in. If water is dripping from the ceiling, we are here to help you.
According to the United Nations, two out of three people will be residing in a state with shortages of water in the next 10 years. However, despite the fact that Singapore has no lakes or aquifers, it is unlikely that it will be one of these countries.
Leaky pipes in Singapore are dangerous even though it might not seem like a big issue initially. However, as time passes by, there can be many complications which could lead to a real disaster to a home. Our plumber in Singapore explains what are the reasons for which leaky pipes are dangerous.
Electric showers are very popular, because they provide instantly warm water with a steady flow. But what if electric showers have problems? Our plumbers in Singapore present the most common electric shower issues and the ways in which they can be prevented.
Burst pipes are a common plumbing issue and they have the potential to cause a lot of damage to a property if not dealt with by a professional plumber in Singapore.
Extremely warm weather can cause the pipes in your plumbing system to burst, even if they are underground.
Plumbing issues in the bath? Our plumbers in Singapore realize the bath is an important room in your household where everything should run smoothly. It is, therefore, advisable to get professional help when you encounter any malfunctions here.
Do you intend to remodel your kitchen? This room is definitely an important one in your house, as it represents the place where you prepare your food, spend time with your family and enjoy your breakfasts together. And kitchen faucets are important pieces of this room, being often utilized and never missing from a household.
Do you suspect that sewer gas has invaded your home? Wait no longer! Immediately have our plumbers in Singapore check your sewer system, as sewer gas can be very dangerous to your health.
Are you wondering if you can throw chemicals into the drain in Singapore? Our plumbers in Singapore have often met this question. Here is the answer.
Personal care products and pharmaceuticals are two significant pollutants that affect the environment by being thrown into the household drains.
Leaky toilets are the cause of water waste and high water bills in your home, with even a silent one caused by an ineffective flush valve system (which is the most commonly met type of toilet leak) wasting from 113 l to 1,892 l daily.
Do you have a leaky fridge in your kitchen? Are you wondering if you should spend thousands of dollars in buying a new one? In this article, a plumber in Singapore answers this questions and explains how certain repairs can be done.