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Plumbing and Rats

,Just recently I had an emergency call out to a ground floor flat in local sea side Town were the occupiers informed me they had just returned from a weeks holiday only to find rats in their flat.They showed me how they had gained entry into the flat, and to my supprise they had gnawed their way through the white plastic pan connector at the rear of the toilet pan.So once they had removed the little devils from the flat as a temporary fix they wrapped cling film around the pan connector.                               Most people think rats can come up through the toilet pan, thats why they leave the lid down on the toilet seat,but normally rats wont swim around the water seal in the pan. If the water seal in the pan has gone or the pan has been removed and the pipe has not been sealed then it is more likely rats will enter the building. In this case they could hear no movement in the flat and saw light through the pan connector so they decided to gnaw their way through and have a l

The right Plumber

Looking for the right plumber to carry out a plumbing repair or full bathroom installation can be a scary process. How many times have you heard of  unscrupulous plumbers charging grazy amounts of money for jobs which should of cost a considerable lot less. Always use a registered Plumber who belongs to the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineers. [ CIPHE ] that way you can be sure they carry out a professional job using the correct materials. Dont use multi skilled personnel who can do a bit of everything and have picked up Plumbing practices from diy books and watching other skilled Plumbers at work. When using an Emergency Plumber make sure you always know exactly what they charge per hour or per half hour, and if they charge the dreaded VAT. And never ever give your credit card details up front.Please share your experiences with me I would love to hear from you.