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Overflow pipe/warning pipe – difference

Overflow pipes and warning pipes are key components of any cistern, such as those found in your loft. In the event of ball valve failure, they can prevent serious structural damage to a property, while alerting the occupant to a … Continue reading

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Cold water tank overflowing – why?

Cold water tank overflowing? If there’s water dripping – or pouring from a pipe which points out of the house at loft level or from the eaves of the roof, then one of your cold water tanks is overflowing. This … Continue reading

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Overflow pipe leaking: why is it leaking & how to fix it

Overflow pipe leaking? In this guide, we’ll tell you how to identify the problem and how it can be fixed. Alternatively, if you would prefer a qualified plumber to fix your leaking overflow, check out our guide to finding an emergency … Continue reading

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Overflow

An overflow is an important part of a cistern, and serves two purposes in the event of a fault: to take away excess water in order to prevent structural damage to a property, and to indicate to the homeowner that there is … Continue reading

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