Caulking & Plumbing
You may try to use the plunger. Firstly, the overflow drain pipe should be covered first with the help of a wet cloth, this will make the suction stronger and make it harder for air to enter the pipes. Now position the plunger exactly over and around the drain hole and push it rapidly up and down with short quick movements. If you are successful, any water, if trapped, will be immediately drained when the plunger is released.
If the plunger fails to unclog your bathroom drain, then you may try chemical drain pipe cleaner. However, use of these products can, in truth, result in damaging your bathroom fixtures and sanitary fittings; it can also impact your personal health and the environment.
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Most defects can, at their early stages, be discovered through visible or detectable symptoms. If not promptly rectified, minor defects can develop into serious ones, causing failure or sudden collapse, endangering lives and becoming more costly to rectify.
Stop a toilet from running
CHECK FOR LEAKS
The tank contains two valves-a flush valve and a refill valve, also called as ballcock.
When the flush valve fails to seat properly, water is leaked from the tank into the bowl. The leaked tank water is replenished by the refill valve, causing a continuous flow of wasted water.
If the refill valve leaks, the tank overfills, and the excess water runs from the overflow pipe into the toilet bowl. A waterlogged float causes overflowing, even if the refill valve itself is functioning properly.
You can check for a leaky flush valve very simply, as shown. Shut off the water supply to the toilet. The shutoff valve is located beneath the tank on the left side as you face the toilet. Mark the water level, then check it again in 20 minutes. If the water level has fallen below your mark, the flush valve is leaking. If not, the flush valve did not leak, and you know that any leaks are being caused by the refill valve.
To check both the flush valve and the refill valve for leaking, simply drop some food coloring or laundry bluing into the toilet tank to color the water. Do this when the tank is fully refilled after a flush. Don't flush the tank again until you have inspected the toilet bowl-a few minutes later-for signs of color. If the bowl water has a hue, there's a leak.
Fix pipelines from dripping & oozing
CAUSE OF LEAKING
* Wear & tear of spare parts, like washer for the faucet, u-trap for the drainage pipe, blockage of valves.
* Improper construction of joints or occurance of cracks for buried pipes or drains.
REPLACEMENT OF SPARE PARTS
Replacement of fresh water pipe (starts from water meter to your water supple
Discard of buried hot and cold water pipes and/or modifty to visible pipes for the 5 water supply port in Kitchen and Bathroom
Replace old peeling loose caulk & waterproofing
CAUSE OF LEAKING
Improper fillings around frames
Deformation of frame and sashes, defective gasket,
sealant or putty for window glass setting or frames
Insufficient sealant around air conditioning units
Aging sealant for bathtubs, shower trays, hand wash
FLOOR TILES / EXTERNAL WALL FINISHES
Damage or deterioration of waterproofing layer
Infrared leak detection
Microwave moisture measurement
Fresh water pressure and water flow measurement (minimum 3 hours)
Window Waterproof Restoration
Change of aluminum window with water proof protection
Exterior structural & cosmetic concrete repair / waterproofing / reinstatement;
Interior wall / ceiling polyurethane & epoxy injection;
Patching crack, including spackling and touch up