What You Should Know About Control Valves

Posted on: 8 October 2018

Valves can be used to control the flow of water into your property. They are also important for maintaining water pressure. Valve repair is an important task carried out by contractors to ensure that the valve still works effectively. Water control valves Control valves are used to control the flow, level and pressure of water in your pipes. If your property has a high level of water pressure, a pressure reducing valve may be used.
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Creative Uses of Tree Stumps After the Tree Felling Process

Posted on: 9 September 2018

Tree felling is sometimes necessary to trim trees that can pose risks to your home or your neighbours. Once a tree is felled by a tree removal service, the stump typically remains behind. While most homeowners view tree stumps as a liability, they can actually become an asset for your outdoor space. Tree stumps don't have to be annoying structures that breed insects or cause your children to fall over when playing outside.
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How to Protect Your Home From Water Damage

Posted on: 27 July 2018

Water damage in the home is very serious and shouldn't be ignored, as even a small plumbing leak or build-up of moisture behind the walls can lead to softened framework and dangerous mould growth. If the home's plumbing is leaking, this also means that you're wasting water! To protect your home from water leaks and the risk of mould growth, note a few tips to keep in mind. Start with the roof
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3 Things to Check Before Doing DIY Concrete Repair

Posted on: 4 June 2018

Concrete repair is something that many homeowners face. The repair is usually on a driveway or walkway. Before you decide to repair a whole or break in the concrete yourself, there are a few things you need to check. By making these quick checks, you can ensure that you are repairing the full extent of the issue and not overlooking something that could lead to replacement. Check for Erosion If the crack or break in the concrete splinters off, then follow the additional cracks.
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