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When you need a plumber, it is usually when you least expect it. Everything seems to be running smoothly, then you find the furnace has stopped working, your sink is blocked, pipes broken or something else beyond your own repair skills. You are normally in a rush and need to find a good plumber pronto. Contact us
The internet is a great tool we use today to quickly find things, but there are many plumbers advertising on the web. So how do you find a suitable one? How do you find one who will serve your needs at a price you can afford?How do you go about hiring a plumber?

Even if you are a DIY person, there may come the day when you must hire a plumber. Many jobs are simply too difficult to do yourself, require special tools
or may even be unsafe for you to do. Never hired a plumber before? Let us give you some guidance on how to find a plumber, what to pay, and when you may not need to hire one. Note. plumbers are professionals and they are going to charge for their services accordingly. There are still ways you can get the plumbing services you need and save money while doing it.Decide on the ability of the plumber.Most plumbers charge a trip charge, service call fee and an hourly rate. Looking for the cheapest rate per hour is not the best way to choose a plumber. Select plumbers or a plumbing company based on customer satisfaction and reputation rather than just the cost. Ask friends and family for names of plumbers they have used and ask if they were satisfied with the service they received. If they had a good experience with the plumber, chances are you will also.

If you do have to call the plumbers, here is some smart advice. Go through your entire home and check all of the faucets, drains, toilets, and exterior hose bibs. Look at everything that has to do with plumbing in your home. Make a list of all of the issues. When the plumber arrives at your home you can have the plumber take care of all the problems at one time. This will allow you to avoid additional charges that would come with multiple visits. Providing the list will all reduce the plumber’s charges because he will already have a list of the symptoms. This will expedite the diagnosis process. Ask the plumber if they provide complete guarantees for their products and services.

emergency-plumbingAvoid calling a plumber if possible the best way to save money on plumbing is to never have to hire a plumber to begin with. Therefore, preventative care is detrimental to saving money on plumbing. Fortunately for you, there are several things you can do in order to maintain your plumbing and reduce the need professional help. Here are some things you can do to take care of and maintain good your pipes and plumbing. Clogged drains are a common culprit for homeowners. Drains will normally get clogged by grease or by hair. Drains clogged by grease can be prevented by treating your drains from time to time with products designed to reduce grease buildup. A home-remedy option, to deal with grease build-up, is to pour boiling hot soapy water down the drain to reduce grease buildup. The best option is to not pour grease down your drain.

To avoid clogging your drains with hair, clean the screen or drain cover after each shower or bath. This will help to avoid hair build-up in the drain and can prevent it from clogging. If the drain happens to get clogged, use commercial drain cleaning product that can resolve the issue. Best to select a product one that is enzyme or bacteria based. Acid or lye based products can hurt you as well as your drains. Ultimately, if one of these products does not solve the problem you may have to hire a plumber. If you did use an acid or lye based product, tell the plumber. Educate yourself

If possible always stay around while plumbers are working.
Ask what they are doing and why they are doing it.
This can serve as a free tutorial for you but also may protect you if problems arise later. You can use the knowledge garnered from your contractor if any dispute arises. Always feel free to ask for more details
Lastly, only pay the bill after the work has been completed and inspected and you have any guarantee or warranty in writing. This can save you from having to possibly spend more money later. Contact us now to find a Plumber.

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By Rory Mulholland, Paris1:08PM GMT 29 Nov 2015
A ringleader of the Paris terror attacks bought electric detonators weeks from a fireworks company which may have been used by the suicide bombers involved in the massacre.

Salah Abdeslam, who is now on the run, bought around 10 detonators from the retailer in Saint-Ouen-l’Aumône, north of Paris, after asking repeatedly about their reliability, Le Parisien newspaper reported.
It said the store owner phoned the national terror hotline when wanted posters with the 26-year-old suspect’s photo were circulated after the attacks to say that a man resembling him had visited the store the month before.
A source told the newspaper that Abdeslam, who returned to Brussels after the attacks that left 130 people dead, had to provide proof of identity before entering the high-security premises, which is covered by CCTV cameras, and that he had presented his driving licence.
Police sources confirmed that investigators had been contacted by the store but would not say whether the man who bought the detonators was indeed Abdeslam.
“Investigators are examining this element. We will see if it can be confirmed,” a source said.

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Le Parisien said the devices allegedly bought by the suspect were battery-operated detonators that when ignited produce a flame varying in length, depending on the model, from two to eight centimetres.
They may have been used by the Friday 13 attackers in Paris, eight of whom blew themselves up after the coordinated assaults on cafés, the Bataclan rock venue and the national stadium.
Police this week found what appears to be a suicide vest dumped in a bin in the southern Paris suburb of Montrouge.
The object was found without a detonator in an area near where Abdeslam was traced to on the night of France’s worst-ever terrorist crime.
The suspect may have intended to blow himself up but abandoned the plan, although it is unclear why.
French-born Abdeslam, who had been living in the Molenbeek area of Brussels known for its links to the jihadist movement, is known to have hired cars and hotel rooms for the suicide attackers using his own credit card.
His brother Brahim blew himself up in the Paris attacks after walking into a café and detonating his explosive vest.
Bernard Cazeneuve, the French interior minister, said this weekend that nearly 1,000 people have been barred from entering France since border controls were put in place just after the terror attacks.
He said that nearly 15,000 police, gendarmes and customs officials were manning France’s frontiers, notably the borders with Belgium, where the three teams of attackers started their deadly journey.