Knowing the Signs of an Old Water Pipe

With your water supply pipe being located underground, keeping an eye on its condition is tricky. Although they are designed using heavy duty yet low maintenance materials which can last for decades, they are not exempt from problems and will require leak detection specialists to carry out any inspections. Especially in period homes, old water pipes are more prone to problems as they are likely to have remained untouched for many Read More

Replacing VS Repairing A Damaged Water Pipe

When you have an issue with your water supply pipe, it can be a stressful time. Whether you are seeing the physical signs of a leak, are noticing an unusual change in water bill or have noticed a sudden drop in water pressure, getting the issue sorted early on is important. Once leak detection has been carried out to identify the location of the problem, that is only the first step. When it comes to a damaged water pipe, it is worth Read More

The Types of Water Supply Pipes Commonly Used in Homes

Whether you’re facing ongoing problems with your water mains pipe and are thinking of water pipe replacement or are trying to identify the types of water supply pipes that are used in your historic property, we’ve pulled together a list of the most common types of water supply pipes used in residential homes. MDPE pipe
Standing for medium density polyethylene and most commonly blue in colour, these types Read More