When you buy a caravan that you will be using for cold weather living, several services need to be checked. One of the leading services to have checked is your hot water service. If you have not had the hot water services in the caravan checked and upgraded, you could be in for a very long and cold winter living situation. Here are a few of the hot water services you should have checked or upgraded on your caravan if you plan on being in colder winter weather or severe winter temperature conditions. [Read More]
Proactive Plumbing: Easy Ways to Prevent Frozen Pipes
A major concern to have as a homeowner during the colder months is your pipes freezing over. Quite often, frozen pipes will not only entail repairs and replacement to your plumbing but can also create the need for repairs to water-damage parts of your home such as the floors, walls, ceiling and more. Therefore, if you would like to avoid having to pay exorbitant amounts of money in addressing the consequences of frozen pipes, it would be in your best interests to avoid this issue in the first place. [Read More]
Three Factors To Consider When Installing Drainage At Your Microbrewery
What's not to love about craft beers? At the beginning of this year, ABC News reported that on average a small brewery has opened every week in Australia for the past three years. If you are someone who has brewed craft beer at home for years and is interested in leasing an industrial space to take your microbrewery into a small business venture, you currently have plenty to think about. One factor which needs to be at the forefront of your mind during the brewery design phase is drainage. [Read More]
Sediment in Hot Water: Do You Need a New System?
If you've started to notice that your hot water is leaving sediment behind after a bath or shower, then you may have a problem with your system. Is this problem fixable, or do you need to replace your hot water system with a new one? Why Sediment Builds Up in Hot Water Tanks The minerals in water can turn into tiny pieces of sediment that sit at the bottom of your water tank. [Read More]