Maintenance and water compliance

Dripping taps : We have all experienced this in our homes but it should not be ignored. If water is wasted then so is your money.  Compliance denotes that no taps may be dripping when in the “off” position.   Leaking pipes :  Most pipes will begin to leak at the joints, so check for […]

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Happy clients

    On Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 10:58 PM Dear Sandy Thank you for your reply email. So appreciate the removal of broken bulb and the work undertaken in my absence today looks highly professional. I had a plumber here for 2 hours removing over 3 m of roots so all is thankfully now […]

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Energy saving tips for your home

 Adjust the thermostat of your geyser at home to the 55 degree celsius to 65 degree celsius range. Water heating makes up most of your electricity bill (generally about 30 – 40 %).  By taking a shower instead of a bath you will use less hot water. Where possible, install insulation between the ceiling and […]

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All you need to know about gas installations in your home

Gas in the home:  South African homeowners are considering gas in their homes as a result of Increasing costs in electricity. People are unaware that there are specific regulations that must be complied with to ensure that insurance policies remain valid. Gas Certificates: A certificate states that the installation has been properly inspected and is […]

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Ripbox your non-compliant wiring connections

Every new /existing building or structure requires an electrical compliance certificate. Importantly, all electrical connections must be closed. DOSS endorses Ripbox (real innovative product) as it is the fastest new way of enclosing connections done in a fraction of the time using current products available. Consult the website www.ripbox.co.za for further details.

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Wood borer beetle

Wood damaging pests can attack expensive antiques and even structural components of a building. Much of the damage caused by wood boring beetles may be attributed to the Common Furniture beetle. Its natural habitat is the broken branches of trees and areas where the tree bark has been removed. Appearance Adult beetle is 3-4mm in […]

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Beetle Treatment of Floors

BEETLE TREATMENT OF FLOORS – DOSS Inspection Services Cape Town. Please note that some preparation is required prior to a beetle treatment being carried out: 1. Clear all soft furnishings from the areas to be treated (e.g. remove loose lay rugs and carpets, cardboard boxes, bedding and curtains that hang to the floor). 2. No […]

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