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I'm interested in the offer 'Rinnai Hotflo 250 litre electric hot water heater for $1500' listed in Handymate.
there's a foul smell coming from our laundry room. We think it's coming from the sink but aren't sure.
I'm interested in the offer 'Toilet Tune-Up & Home Plumbing Inspection for 4 bed, 2 bath homes for $260' listed in Handymate.
The gutters of the house haven't been cleaned in a while and the downpipes might need some attention as well. There may be a lot of leaves and dirt build up in the gutters.
I'm interested in the offer 'Unclogging an accessible Toilet Drain for $150' listed in Handymate.
There's water dripping from the ceiling. I don't know if it's a leaking pipe or a leak in the roof but I need someone to check it out asap. I don't mind paying extra for same day service, I just need the leak fixed right away.
While it's not the most commonly recommended solution for clogged drains, if used in moderation, diluted bleach is safe to use on your drains. It will not only clean them, but disinfect and deodorise your clogged drains. Use this method if you're connected on the public sewer system only, not if you use a septic tank or a well.
Talk to your local drain unclogger to see what they’ll need to do to fix the issue and whether it can be addressed without even entering your home (such as fixing a broken water heater or a pipe from the garage, basement or outside your home). If they need to enter your home to fix the issue, the main ways you can use to stay safe and protected include not shaking hands, sanitising doorknobs, light switches and other commonly used areas, keeping a distance of at least 1.5 metres between you and your drain unclogger and using digital payments.
One of the ways to clear out a drain clog is to pour a cup of salt down the drain, let it sit for a few minutes to break down the clog and flush out the clog and built-up gunk with hot boiling water. If this method doesn't work, you can try using a mixture of baking soda and vinegar before taking more drastic measures.
Ask your drain unclogger if he or she accepts digital payments such as PayPal, Google Pay, Afterpay, Zip, and other similar payment methods before you hire them. Some may even offer digital payment options on their websites or profiles, so be sure to check that out first.