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Although plumbing has been an essential part of human civilisation’s development for thousands of years, most people encounter plumbing for the first time when a problem arises, or a sudden and unexpected water leak appears. And then the most frequent reaction is OMG, what should I do now ??? There are too many pipes and valves here that look the same. When we add to all this, there is the appearance of panic in such situations; it is clear that people have a natural aversion and fear of plumbing.

Plumbing as an entire industry is extensive and complicated in some of its segments. Therefore, as a company, we deal it plumbing related to households and offices. Most of our work related to plumbing occurs in emergency interventions during sudden water leaks, repairs and conversion of existing, and the construction of new plumbing systems in households and offices.

We are here to ensure that all the water that enters your household enters safely, just as much like the one that leaves, and it goes out in a safe way and the desired direction.






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    frequently asked questions

    Look online for comparisons on flush ratings, as well as available rebates on high–efficiency models. Consider features such as pressure assists and heightened thrones when choosing a toilet.

    Any low–flow toilet that uses 1.28 gallons per flush (GPF), has a MaP score of 1,000 and a 16.5-inch bowl height is recommended. Look for a WaterSense–certification on the label as well. Find a low–flow toilet that’s efficient and saves on water, yet has the power to wash away waste.

    Open the toilet tank and put a few drops of food coloring into the water to check if your toilet is leaking. Return after 15 minutes to see if the color inside the toilet bowl has changed. If the color has changed, your toilet has a leak, but if the water’s still clear, you do not have a leak.

    The main causes of high water bills are running toilets, which can waste up to 200 gallons per day, and leaky faucets, which can drip up to 20 gallons per day. Check for leaks by inspecting faucets, as well as removing your toilet bowl’s tank and listening for any sounds, like hissing. If you don’t find leaks in either of those locations, you’ll need to check your water line and hose bibs. You may also want to contact a plumber.

    Clean your dishwasher by filling the detergent container with white vinegar and running the machine on a long, hot cycle. Do not leave any dishes in the washer for this cleaning cycle.

    Dishwashers that aren’t filling with water are often caused by a dirty filter on the inlet valve. Clean the filter and try another cycle setting. If the dishwasher still doesn’t fill, replace the inlet valve.

    For anyone not comfortable with DIY maintenance — definitely. If DIY methods fail to fix a leaky pipe or faucet, clogged drain or low–pressure faucet, your only option is to call a plumber.