New plumbing guides to help you recover
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Plumbing fiasco? Our guides can help you recover
Don’t let that water mark on the wall spoil your day, if you’ve had some bad luck with your plumbing we can help you get your home back on its feet.
We’ve teamed up with eight bloggers to bring you a series of guides that can help you recover after a plumbing catastrophe. Here's a quick run-down of what we've covered:
Rust isn't just an ugly blemish – the corrosion can do serious damage to your pipes and radiators. Find out which products can help, and then follow our step-by-step guide to removing rust and protecting your plumbing.
Fixing a leak is only half the battle. We'll show you how to clean water stains, how to stop them from reappearing, and how to deal with the dreaded black mould.
Don't let an overflowing gutter clog up your drains. We take you through the basics of safely and efficiently clearing them out – the equipment you need, and the steps you need to take.
If you're keen to get stuck in, make sure you're ready. Learn about some of the most common rookie mistakes, and then make sure you avoid them.
When disaster strikes, it pays to know exactly how to react. Stay safe, minimise damage and speed up the drying process with our guide to home flooding.
If your boiler's on the blink, you'll need to be resourceful. Try a few quick fixes for your boiler, and then find out how you can still take a bath or shower without it.
Function is essential. But form is important, too. Follow our step-by-step guide to building a solid and attractive cover to hide your hideous pipes.
If your bathroom's not watertight, you might not always see the damage happening. We'll show you how to test, check and safeguard your bathroom – from the shower and the bath to the walls and the toilet.
There's plenty of good advice in these guides. But that doesn't mean you'll always feel comfortable tackling problems alone. If you're unsure, or you need some advice, don't be afraid to call one of our engineers in to come and take a look.