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What to do With Blocked Stormwater Drain

A stormwater drain is designed to drain excess ground water from surfaces like paved streets, car parks, footpaths and roofs. They funnel away any excess water from your downpipes and grates. It’s not always easy to tell that your stormwater drain is clogged, but if you suspect that it is, do not hesitate to act. […]

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What You Need to Know About Gas Safety?

Many people choose not to install gas appliances in their homes or places of business as they believe that gas is an unsafe and unstable fuel source. While care does need to be taken when using gas appliances, in general gas is a very safe way to provide cost effective heating and cooking for your […]

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Solving Your Common Problems with Plumbing

Collin’s Plumbing, Gas & Heating have been fixing your everyday plumbing issues for almost 10 years. We’ve come up with a list of common plumbing problems, the potential consequences and how we can help you. From leaking taps, hot water cylinder problems to clogged drains. We’ve helped people all over Auckland fix the common issues, so […]

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How to Choose a New Hot Water System?

Choosing the right hot water heating system can be complicated! Would a traditional gas heating cylinder be best? Do you need a reliable and roust electric hot water system? Or do you want to save money with an efficient heat pump hot water unit? You might opt for a clean and green solar hot water […]

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Useful Tips to Keep Your Water Heating Bill Low

There is nothing quite like the invigorating effects of a long shower or the relaxing feeling of whiling away an afternoon in a piping hot bath. Unfortunately, when the power bill finally arrives, these little luxuries can end up costing you more than you’d bargained for! One of the biggest aspects of power consumption for […]

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Common Causes of Blocked Drains

Most of us will have had the unpleasant experience of running a tap or flushing a toilet and instead of the water draining away smoothly, we look on with dread as it rises to the brim and refuses to go down the drain. The next step is usually to bail the excess water out and […]

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