Tips for Saving Water

Tips for saving water at home or at the office

Saving water is synonymous with saving money. Many tips for saving water can be found on the internet. However, we will aim at giving you some tips on how to stop water leaks. Surely costing you lots of money on your water and lights bill. We will look at various areas of your plumbing installation and we will discuss how to prevent wastages.

Some of the typical areas are as follows:

Tips for Saving Water

Tips for saving water from your geyser

Tips on avoiding geyser water wastage are simple and easy to do. When you follow the outside walls of your house or office. And you don’t see pipes being exposed from your roof, it will tell you that your geyser might not be installed according to standard. If you do see pipes of 13mm in diameter exposed, or a 40mm or 50mm white waste pipe, you need to monitor it to see if it does expel water from time to time.

Another smart way is to also monitor your gutter system. If you regularly see the water from the gutter downpipe when it has not rained for some time, then you know that your geyser pressure valve is old and needs replacement. In certain instances, it could also be your geyser’s T&P valve that is old and needs replacement. In this case, contact us for a free quotation so that we can come to have a look for you because it is free.

Leaking toilet repair

Tips on avoiding toilet water wastage

Tips on avoiding toilet water wastage are easy to check and control. When you take a piece of toilet paper and rub it above the waterline of your toilet pan. When you see some moisture on the toilet paper you know that your toilet is leaking from the cistern. It is a normal case scenario of your toilet Beta Valve that causes this situation. In more rare situations the ball valve system is worn and does not shut off the supply of water. Thus the water runs through the overflow of the cistern system. In both cases, it could become a challenging DIY project and we will rather suggest let our guys come to have a look for you because looking is free.

Tips on avoiding shower water wastage

Tips on avoiding shower water wastage is a simple process that can be done by anybody. When you have not used the shower and you have confirmed that the shower is completely dry and you rub a piece of toilet paper around the shower trap and you see moisture, then you know your shower is leaking. One of two places can be the source of the leak.

Rubbing some toilet paper underneath the mixer or shower taps will easily expose the source. If the toilet paper is dry you know that your taps are leaking into the showerhead. If the tiles underneath the shower mixer or taps are wet it tells you that the mixer or taps are leaking at the handle. In both cases, it is hopelessly too complex and challenging as you can easily damage the mixer or pipes attached to it so we will rather suggest we do a quick repair for you.

Tips on avoiding pipes causing water wastage

Tips on avoiding pipes causing water wastage can become rather complex. If you notice areas of your lawn always greener than the rest, moss on some parts of your paving, or water damp on one wall constantly, you might have a leaking pipe. In extreme cases, we will require the services of a leak detector to detect the exact area of the leak. In most cases, however, a normal plumber will find the leak and stop it. If you notice any of the above contacts us for a pro to come to have a look because it is free.

Tips on avoiding basins water wastage

Tips on avoiding basins water wastage are easy peasy. When you notice constantly wet areas of your basin it means that your taps or mixer are leaking. Contact us now because you could be losing 200 to 400 liters of water a day.

Tips on avoiding sinks water wastage

Tips on avoiding sinks water wastage are easy to do by anybody. When you notice constantly wet areas of your sink it means that your taps or mixer are leaking. Contact us so can come to look for free because we don’t charge a call-out fee.

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