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We very rarely think of our loyal central heating ssystem, and that is because it always comes on when we make the switch. However like most things it will undoubtably fil at some point, just hope that is not in the middle of winter. There a clues that it is going to fail. A good […]

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Pretty much all domestic appliances equipment that drain water are fitted with a P-trap. All sinks, baths, and washing machines, all use a P-trap to drain the waste water away. London Plumbers are trained professionals. The P-trap is made of a tailpiece, the bent trap piece, and a drain elbow. The drain elbow for a […]

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There are sometimes that you hear terms like the gully or the inspection chamber and are really quite confused. Especially if it is being said by a professional who doesn’t really understand why you don’t kbow what he is going on about. So here is some basic information to hopefully tell you the difference and […]

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There is pipework that is used for hot water and also central heating systems that might run outside of the heated parts of the house and are a source of heat loss. It is a good idea to look at these, and check for good insulation particularly around joints and valves. Remember that improvements to […]

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We use lots of power to heat our water, but lots of this heat is wasted or lost by natural cooling processes. So it is really time that we all looked at alternative ways of retaining this wasted heat. Here are a couple of suggestions. Tankless Water Heaters are rapidly becoming the appliance of choice […]

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If it is time to replace you existing toilet, it can be quite difficult to decide which style is going to be the best for your bathroom. There is a style that is very popular these days, and that is the one called the close coupled toilet cistern. The close coupled toilet cistern is a […]

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If there is a water pressure loss is in a boiler it is a very good indication that there is an issue with the boiler or the system. The pressure should be visually checked straight away. The gauge will be on the boiler front. Losing the water pressure can be as a result of a […]

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