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Blocked pipes are an issue nobody wants to deal with, but if you don’t have it resolved quickly, you could find yourself with even bigger problems. 

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One of the biggest misconceptions when it comes to plumbing is that you can flush wet wipes down the toilet without issues.

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While bamboo toilet paper follows a very similar manufacturing process to regular toilet paper, bamboo-based products are considered to have more benefits not only for the environment but also for the user.

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Many people believe that coffee grounds will actually help clear your drain or remove a bad smell, but this could not be further from the truth.

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Underground pipe leaks can often go completely undetected, increasing your water bills without you even realising there is a problem.

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Higher water bills than what you would usually receive can be alarming at first, but there is always a logical explanation. If you are wondering why your water bill is so high, here are some common reasons.

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There are few things worse than discovering a leaking pipe in your home.

 

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Blocked drains are one of the most frustrating things to encounter in your home.

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When it comes to your household drains, the presence of a blockage is usually not too hard to identify.

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Pipe problems can be a matter of ‘out of sight, out of mind’, particularly when it comes to pipes running under concrete slabs. These are completely inaccessible form the surface, which means that by the time a problem becomes obvious, a significant amount of damage has already been done.

 

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Shower drains ensure that water is able to drain into the sewer system, leaving your shower dry and functional for future use.

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Your home’s outside drains serve an extremely important purpose – ensuring water moves away from your property in the case of heavy rainfall. This prevents any damage or flooding occurring, and protects your home and your neighbourhood. .

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Your home’s storm water drain is there to direct water runoff away from your property in the event of heavy rainfall. The system typically involves a downpipe running from your roof to a series of underground pipes, which funnel excess water into street gutters.

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During the Autumn and Winter months, it’s a common issue to have leaves blocking drains. Our outdoor pipes and drainage systems are an important part preventing flooding around your home.

 

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Is your bathtub not draining, or draining slowly? It’s likely that you have a clogged drain. This might seem like a small issue at first, but if the issue isn’t fixed, a clogged bathtub can cause problems to both your health and the structural elements of your home.

 

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If your stormwater drain is not working properly, you may find that your yard is flooding and your gutters are overflowing.

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Blocked stormwater drains can cause problems for your home and surrounding areas.

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As the main conduits for moving waste water and excess rainfall away from your home, pipes are central to your home’s drainage system.

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When it comes to your pipes, it can be difficult to know which repair approach is best for your property, price range and needs.

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In short, sewer lines are the pipes that move waste away from the drains in a building. Most homes have a main sewer line in the form of a large-diameter pipe, which is linked to your sinks, toilets and showers through connecting branches.

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People often wonder ‘does sewer pipe relining work?’ The answer isn’t always simple. The possibility of relining can depend on many factors, including the location of the pipes.

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Pipe relining, also known as drain relining, is an innovative and cost-effective solution to a historically expensive problem.

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Most people don’t realise this is happening until it starts causing problems.

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There are a lot of misconceptions about what you can and can’t flush down the toilet, but there’s a simple way to remember: if you have to ask about it, it’s probably not a good idea to flush.

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Stumped about how to clear a blocked sewer pipe? No worries! Whip out this cheat-sheet next time you’re having plumbing problems.

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What may begin with your toilet bowl draining slower than normal, may turn into your toilet bowl overflowing onto your bathroom floor if left untreated. 

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There are a number of factors that can contribute to underground pipe damage, including soil erosion, tree roots and corrosion. Events such as earth tremors can disrupt the ground and place pressure on pipes, causing them to crack.

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Hydro jetting services allow for powerful, pinpoint removal of blockages, without the use of chemicals or cleaning agents; the only resource used is clean water. This means your pipes will end up cleaner than ever before, without any chemical residue or odours.

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Storm water drains are designed to funnel excess water away from your property, so if you’ve noticed pools of water collecting around your house or yard, there’s a good chance you’ve got a blockage on your hands.

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If you’re experiencing problems with your sewer, boundary trap breakage or blocks could be responsible. The team at Drainpro is highly experienced in replacing boundary traps on properties around Melbourne.

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Of all the plumbing mishaps to occur around the home, a blocked toilet has to be one of the absolute worst for a homeowner to handle, especially when it takes you by surprise.

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If you’re experiencing problems with your sewer, boundary trap breakage or blocks could be responsible. The team at Drainpro is highly experienced in replacing boundary traps on properties around Melbourne.

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Whilst trees have countless benefits for the environment, they are unfortunately the number one cause of underground pipe dislodgements, damage, deterioration and blockage in Melbourne homes.

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As drainage specialists, this is something we hear all too often. The fact is, there’s no single, catch-all solution for fixing a blocked sewage system. The cause, location and severity of the blockage all play into how the problem should be dealt with.

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