Blocked Sinks and Toilets are a common household problem that can be easily fixed with a bit of DIY knowledge. Occasionally the problem might be more severe than just a few trapped potato peelings or a wad of toilet paper and you may need to call a plumber, but why not see if you can save yourself the call out fee first?
A leaking or dripping tap is a very common problem, but whilst a leaking cold tap is not much more than a nuisance, a leaking hot tap can cost you money. Fixing a leaking or dripping tap is a fairly straightforward project, as long as you know which type of tap you have and the probable cause of the leak.
If you are making alterations or repairs to copper plumbing pipes, you will probably need to connect two or more sections of pipe at some point. There are several different options available to you and most are available as elbow joints, tee joints and threaded joints, as well as straight coupling joints.