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May 26 at 11:13am | Uncategorized

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Relighting Gas Hot Water Services

Mar 03 at 10:21am | Uncategorized
Gas hot water service need relighting? See our Handy Tips page with a link to instructions. If still having trouble don't hesitate to contact us for further assistance.

We are now listed with Sydney Plumbers

Aug 27 at 3:43pm | Uncategorized

Did you know?

May 28 at 1:29pm | Uncategorized
If you are planning a trip to Japan, don't forget your Toilet Slippers!
In Japanese culture, there is a tendency to separate areas into clean and unclean, and the contact between these areas is minimized. For example, the inside of the house is considered a clean area, whereas the outside of the house is considered unclean. To keep the two areas separated, shoes are taken off before entering the house so that the unclean shoes do not touch the clean area inside of the house. Historically, toilets were located outside of the house, and shoes were worn for a trip to the toilet. Nowadays, the toilet is almost always inside the home and hygienic conditions have improved significantly, but the toilet is still considered an unclean area. To minimize contact between the unclean toilet floor and the clean floor in the rest of the house, many private homes and also some public toilets have toilet slippers in front of the toilet door that should be used when in the toilet and removed right after leaving the toilet. This also indicates if the toilet is in use. They can be as simple as a pair of rubber slippers, decorated slippers with prints of anime characters for small children, or even animal fur slippers for those with money to spend. A frequent faux pas of foreigners is to forget to take off the toilet slippers after a visit to the restroom, and then use these in the non-toilet areas, hence mixing the clean and unclean areas.

Wet Wipes Havoc

Apr 02 at 2:32pm | Uncategorized

Wet wipes are blocking Sydney Sewers as more men flush them down the toilet.
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