What to do if your home needs foundation work

Posted on: 22 March 2018

Your foundations may be out of sight but that doesn't mean you can afford to ignore them. If you need foundation work done on your property, you will need to talk to a qualified expert who will be able to explain exactly what is involved. If you have a problem with your foundation, then talking through your options with a qualified engineer is the best way to protect your home and ensure you get the foundation fixed before the situation deteriorates and further damage is caused.
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Effective Positioning of Water Diverters in a Wet Piping System

Posted on: 22 February 2018

One of the ways homeowners can reduce their water bills is by trapping and storing rainwater in storage tanks. However, with limited space available in most home compounds, most people opt for underground storage and piping system. Despite being able to save space, rainwater is susceptible to contamination under a wet piping system if the right prevention steps are not taken. At this point, water diverters play a critical role. However, for water diverters to efficiently perform, they must be placed strategically in the wet system.
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3 Things to Know about Resin Injection House Underpinning

Posted on: 8 January 2018

There are several things that may be affecting the underpinning of your house. Your foundation may be suffering due to the soil, erosion from storms or issues with the house itself. If you are considering house underpinning, then resin injection may have been discussed as an option. Before you go with a resin injection method, there are a few things you should know and consider about the process. Soil May Prevent Resin Injection
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Discoloured Water—Is This A Plumbing Emergency?

Posted on: 4 December 2017

Having discoloured water running from your taps can be quite off-putting. If this is accompanied by a stench, you may find it challenging to use your running water for any household applications. Fortunately, not all discolouration immediately translates into contaminated water. Discerning the different signs can enable you to diagnose the problem and seek the best course of action to restore your water supply. So what are some of the different colours your water can turn, and do they constitute a plumbing emergency?
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