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Even the most basic of bathrooms require pipework and fixtures for toilets and sinks. Full baths require accommodation for shower and bath plumbing as well as appropriate waterproofing. Larger facilities, such as fitness centers or office buildings, could have dozens – even hundreds – of tasks for lavatories alone.
They are also quite an inconvenience when they go out of commission. Find yourself with a blocked toilet, clogged drain, or a shower that’s run dry, and life suddenly becomes much less convenient to navigate. By choosing a bathroom plumbing expert – whether doing a fresh install, a repair, or emergency call out – you can be sure of high-quality materials and service when it matters most.
Regardless of need, we will be able to provide a solution. We offer plumbing in Melbourne that goes beyond swapping out faucets or patching a leaky pipe. A high-quality installation can add thousands of dollars in value to your home, and it is a key area for potential buyers to investigate.
Call us on 9331 6633 to discuss your project today.
What projects will a bathroom plumbing service provider take on?
If it involves piping, it’s a project for a residential plumber. This includes install, repair, and replacement of sinks, faucets, showers, baths, drains, toilets, and hot water heaters. For new builds, plumbers will consult on how to lay the pipework so that it is efficiently incorporated into the design. Repairs can include broken fixtures and pipes as well as troubleshooting water pressure, temperatures, and leaks.
Many plumbers in Melbourne will provide advice or order all of the necessary supplies for a job. But in the case of brand-new fixtures such as sinks, they can work with items you already have on hand to make sure your design aesthetic goes with the project.
What are the most common bathroom plumbing problems?
The four most common problems are:
- Clogged Toilet – This can be very frustrating and often happens when inappropriate items are flushed down the toilet. If a plunger does not work, then it’s time to call in professional help.
- Clogged Shower – Shower drains can also get clogged over time with build up from hair, suds, and assorted filth.
- Dirty Tap Water – Water coming from the taps should be clean and clear. If the water coming out is brown or red, then it is a sign of impurities in the water, possibly due to corrosion of the pipes.
- Lack of Hot Water – There is nothing more annoying than expecting a hot shower before work only to find there is none available. There are many causative factors, such as gas flow interruption or lack of proper ventilation.
If you are experiencing any of the above issues call us on 9331 6633. We have extensive experience with bathroom plumbing of all kinds.
Why Choose Us
We put customer satisfaction first and foremost. That means whether you need help with a leak at 3 a.m. or want to upgrade every fixture in your en-suite, we’ll be by your side with expert advice and the best service available. We have a 5-star rating on Google as a family-run business.
We provide the best solutions unique to each customer while also providing the best prices for plumbing in Melbourne. See for yourself by requesting a quote today or calling us on 9331 6633 to speak with a member of our team.
Frequently Asked Questions About Bathroom Plumbing in Melbourne
Of course. Plumbers are the first point of call in terms of renovations, at least ones that involve changing the toilets, showers, bathtubs, and sinks. It is best to consult a plumber first, as the pipes need to meet Melbourne standards. The connection between pipes is more complex than you might think. Once you have the core features down, you can consult other contractors for specialised areas, such as electricians and tilers.
Australia has strict guidelines when it comes to plumbing. A professional bathroom plumbing should be well-versed in all of these including:
- Waste and Drainage
- Proximity to Electrics
If you’re thinking about taking this on, you probably already have a problem on your hands. Older pipes that are showing signs of wear or outright leakage are prime for replacement. A plumber can certainly repair sections, but in the end, you’ll get more for your money if you swap old pipes for new rather than patching them repeatedly.
Aside from stopping a leak, you should also see increases in water pressure with new pipes. This is because you have clean pipes without any build up that restricts the flow of the water. The water should also be cleaner (again, no build up or sediment). And the materials used today, including copper and plastic, are less likely to corrode and will last longer than whatever is already in your home.
No. Only a licensed or registered plumber is allowed to plumb a bathroom or do any work on piping. There are some small items you can do in relation to unblocking drains and screwing on certain things such as showerheads. But you cannot make significant changes to pipes and fixtures.