We have written dozen of help and advice articles, explaining what you should do in a huge range of home emergencies. But what kinds of information are people looking for?
Who hasn’t experienced the frustration and bewilderment that comes with a fuse box that keeps tripping for an unknown reason? We hope we have helped a lot of people discover exactly what the problem is with this page.
One of the most common causes of boiler breakdowns is a leak within the appliance. We’ve looked at some of the key reasons why boilers spring a leak and what you can do to stop the water.
Boilers don’t necessarily leak water for the same reasons as radiators! If there is loads of disgusting brown water seeping out of your radiator and on to your carpets, this page could have just the information you need to resolve the issue and get your central heating system working again.
While we can’t help you deal with low-flow rates and broken diverter valves (you need a Gas Safe Registered engineer to deal with these problems), this page contains all the information many people need to get their hot water on again.
If your boiler is noisy, then there’s something wrong within it. Did you know you could find out what the problem is just by listening to the noise?
Distracting noises from your radiator? You don’t necessarily need to call in the plumbers – you could get your radiator on again in just a few moments!
In the vast majority of cases, you don’t need any specialist skills or experience to fix a running toilet – just take a peek in the cistern and you might be able to work out what is wrong yourself.
Take some of the pressure of your shoulders – simply follow our handy advice and get your water pressure back to where it should be.
Bleeding radiators – it’s the kind of task everyone thinks they know how to complete, until they find themselves standing in front of the radiator scratching their heads.
It’s easy to connect several extension cords together, but many people don’t realise just how dangerous this can be. We’ve explained how extension cords work and how you can use them safely and properly, without blowing your fuses or setting your house on fire.
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