Our expert plumber Kelvin works with clients daily to ensure their family’s have constant and safe hot water heater to ensure they can carry on with their daily duties in the home.
Kelvin lets us in on the key signs you will come across when you require a new hot water system for your family and home. Here’s what he has to say…
Did you know hot water systems are expected to last around 8 – 12 years ? If you check the manufacturer’s information they will tell you timeframes. If your in an older property and the life of the system is over 15 years we recommend replacing the system as problems may begin to occur.
Are your showers turning cold halfway through or failing to heat up ? Potentially this could be an issue with the thermostat so ensure you have a licensed plumber assess the issue.
When your hot water system begins to make noise it is often a sign that the heater needs to be replaced or serviced. Its best to speak with an expert to check the cause and identify the problem.
Corrosion around your hot water system fittings means you usually have a leak. Try tighting the fittings. If this doesn’t seem to fix the problem it’s best to call a professional plumber to take a look and assess what can be done.
Our plumbing team can ensure your hot water system is repaired or replaced with success. Book in your FREE in-home consultation with a member of the team today.
A skillful bathroom renovation can yield as a perfect sanctuary and relaxing environment space, while a poorly done renovation will serve as a daily reminder of low quality materials or shoddy workmanship. We have created some simple do’s and don’ts to create your beautiful oasis.
Every bathroom renovation starts with a plan, you need to establish the layout of the bathroom and feel free to play with the design. Once the foundation is set we now can search for the physical objects.
It is wise to set a realistic budget and too ensure you are aware of unexpected expenses such as mould issues.
To make the most out of your renovation project, use and install fixtures that are efficient and environmentally-friendly.Toilets, taps, and showerheads are just some of the standard fixtures that now come with eco-friendly seals.
A typical bathroom has limited space and probably does not have large windows to provide ventilation or a lot of natural light in it. As such, consider how to ventilate the moisture and steam that results from showers and hot baths and let in enough light inside.
With any renovation project, cost is always a big concern but it is important to think of the project as an investment. Skilled trades don’t come cheap, it is not recommended to cut costs here as you may end up with a botched bathroom renovation and unexpected costs down the track.
A successful bathroom renovation comes down to simply good planning. Take your time and consult with experts to thoroughly discuss your budget, lifestyle requirements, and ideas.
When designing the bathroom it is something you can easily forget about, you must think practical. Well designed storage elements make your daily duties easy. Features like soap dishes or built-in shower caddies are also easy ways to maximise the storage capacity of your bathroom.
You must remember that you use your bathroom everyday and it is prone to water, heat and general wear and tear. Installing quality materials and tiles will ensure longevity of your bathroom.
Our design team can ensure your bathroom renovation project achieves success. If your ready to transform your bathroom space book in your FREE in-home consultation with a member of the team today.