With only 27 days until you're hosting guests at your home, the team of professional Wellington plumbers at Maxey are here to help you get your bathroom in tip-top condition and ready to welcome guests. We're starting with the toilet, so let's get straight into part two of our fresh-flushing series!
So Christmas is coming up, which means a bunch of friends and family popping over for the festive season. The last thing any of us want to deal with when we're met with this annual influx of visitors is a smelly bathroom. Foul odor in our bathrooms can cause guests to comment, and it's unpleasant for you as the housekeeper to deal with that issue each time you use your bathroom
Plus, bad smells often become amplified in warmer weather, so let's find out how to deal with this Wellington plumbing problem before things heat up!
One of the hardest workers in our home is the humble dishwasher. This appliance, while making our lives extremely convenient, can cause us a world of issues if neglected or improperly used. If your dishwasher isn’t washing as it used to; covering dishes in gross residue or leaking water, then this blog post should help you!
You’d be surprised by how often your Wellington plumber gets the call to rescue a family from their rogue appliances! Although modern appliances are improving all the time, a faulty appliance is rarely a cheap fix and – all too often – the cause of indoor floods!
Regular servicing and some common sense will ensure your washing machine and dishwasher stay spinning so you can save on unnecessary repair costs.
Did you know that a little leak can lead to large, costly lump of drama? Detecting a leak early enough can save your Wellington home unbelievable water bills, rot, and water damage to your roof, walls or carpet. While such issues will cost you lots, your Wellington plumber can mend most leaks quickly and cheaply.
All you need to do is stay on top of the leaks, and today's blog will show you how to do just that...
If you’re a Wellington homeowner who takes pride in their place, you’ll most likely have a good eye for detail. One detail you might have noticed lately is the grout cracking in your bathroom; it can ruin the clean, polished porcelain paradise you’ve established for yourself!
These cracks seem to start appearing in or around joints where the wall meets your bath, shower or floor. They develop due to age, but can sometimes be warning signs of worse problems such as poor installation or too much moisture buildup due to leaks or poor ventilation.
This article was originally posted by Network Plumbing Australia, and we couldn't agree with it more! It tackles the age-old problem of hiring cowboys over professionals, and offers insight into why master plumbers are always the best choice for all your Wellington plumbing needs and emergencies.
Earlier this month we began a top-tip article aimed at helping homeowners fix a plumbing problem in Wellington: moisture buildup. We covered a few factors that can cause crazy amounts of moisture to accumulate in our homes. With moisture and dampness comes cracks, mould and mildew...a few things we’d all rather avoid!
Today we’re going to deliver our final home truths about winter’s watery war on your home, and the ways in which you can avoid these annoyances...
Humidity and moisture buildup: surely symptoms of a Kiwi summer, right? Sorry to ruin your day, folks, but it turns out that winter time in New Zealand is actually the worst season for humidity-related issues in our homes – and especially our bathrooms. Today we’re going to deliver some home truths about winter’s watery war on your bathroom, and what you can do to avoid its damaging wiles.
As we come into the middle of Wellington's frosty Winter months, there's a problem we all face that's as common as a cold.
You'll be huddled in your nice warm shower, and someone will do the evil deed...flushing the toilet. Suddenly there's a scorching burst of far-too-hot water or stinging icey cold water. Your whole shower is ruined! Why does this happen and what can your Wellington plumber help you do about it? Read our latest blog to find the answers to the icey aftermath of a flush!