Burst pipes can occur in anything from putting a nail in a heating pipe putting down a floorboard, to normal wear and tear or corrosion. During periods of very cold weather water in pipes freeze, expand and then split the pipe. Proper lagging of pipework and maintaining the house at a reasonable temperature will assist in preventing this happening. Isolating the incoming water supply and draining down storage tanks in the attic may also assist.
The tenant upstairs in this property in North Strand was oblivious to the fact that every time they flushed their loo it was dissappearing from their view but was re-surfacing up through the toilet downstairs. Alas the unit downstairs was un-occupied for a considerable period so nobody noticed events that were unfolding. The main sewer outlet was blocked so the waste had nowhere to go and found the easiest path.
There are two things you learn when serving your time as a plumber 1,Shite doesn't flow uphill and 2,You get paid on a friday.
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Public houses these days earn just as much from selling food as they do from selling drink .The standard of food is just as good in these 'gastro' bars as it is in many restaurants but one area pubs need to pull their socks up is the cleanliness of their toilets.
We recently did a job in a bar in the south side of the city that had refurbished everything except the toilets and it showed.
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So with descalers,disinfectants and high pressure water jetting equipment,not to mention a large amount of elbow grease,we set about the task in hand.
I think we can safely say the results speak for themselves,as can be witnessed by these before and after photos.
Dear Sir/ Madam,
I am just penning a quick review here for Stephen from Ajax Plumbing as he was a total lifesaver after another plumber wrecked the place.
You know it was a good job done when the house was left as if nobody had even been working here but everything was funct
Stephen, Thanks again for your quick response to my problem.