Emergency Plumbers Melbourne
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When it comes to emergency plumbing, you need to have a plumbing contractor that is reliable, honest, and quick. If you have a burst pipe or a blocked drain, you can’t afford to wait two or three hours to get a callback. The water from a burst pipe can cause structural damage to your home if the problem is not treated quickly.
We are a family run business that takes pride in delivering an exceptional quality of customer care. This is why we have 5 Star ratings on both Google and Facebook. There are few, if any, Melbourne plumbing agencies that can say the same. All our emergency plumbers are licensed and insured to operate and use the latest tools and gadgets to get the job done.
Our reliable services operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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How to know if you need emergency plumbers?
If your bathroom floor has an inch of water on it, then you certainly have an emergency on your hands. Even if your pipes are leaking, then you may want to call in the best emergency plumbers Melbourne can offer. A dripping tap is not urgent, and a burst pipe that is outside the home may also wait until the morning. If you are unsure, you can call us and see if the issue needs an immediate resolution or note.
What are the most common emergency plumbing problems in Melbourne?
The most common problems would be:
- blocked drains
- burst or leaking pipes
- blocked sink, shower, or toilet.
These problems need to be rectified quickly. If you notice that your toilet is clogged, don’t do what everybody does – flush! It will make a mess and result in toilet overflow.
But regardless of the mess, you are in, our 24/7 Melbourne emergency plumbers have you covered.
How can I trust emergency plumbers?
It would be naive to simply accept a visitor at 2 AM, even if you were expecting a call. Always ask the plumber for their plumbing identification before they do any work. This is carried by experts at all times and proves they are licensed to operate. You can request to see this upon arrival. To check that the company is trustworthy, then visit the testimonials page and look at the previous reviews.
What can I do to maintain my water system?
Generally, it’s best to ask the experts for recommendations and to get the pipes checked frequently. Many water systems are unique. But there are certainly good practices. For instance:
1. Avoid Chemical Cleaning Products – They often corrode the pipes without fully clearing the blocked drain.
2. Reduce Water Pressure – This might sound counterintuitive. But higher water pressure means more pressure on your pipes. You can check this with a hose bib gauge for a low price.
3. Soften The Water – Hard water contains minerals like Calcium and Magnesium that increase pressure and corrodes pipes and fittings. You can soften the water with a softener, but you may need to call emergency plumbers to have it installed.
Frequently Asked Questions About Emergency Plumbers in Melbourne
These standards are what dictates how plumbing products and services are rendered. In Victoria, the Victorian Building Authority (‘VBA’) is responsible for the enforcement of these standards. The framework is governed by 3 pieces of regulation:
- The 1993 Building Act
- Plumbing Regulations 2018
- National Construction Code, Volume 3
- Reed Plumbing & Drainage is compliant with all of the above and keeps abreast of the latest developments in plumbing and drainage.
We like to offer the latest technology across the board so that the customer experience can be improved, and this includes offering a variety of different payment methods. Currently, we accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, ZipPay, and AfterPay. We also accept cash and cheques.
It is Australian Law (not merely state law) that you have to call a licensed plumber to deal with any work involving your sewer water and drinking water. The same applies to gasfitting. But there are some things that you can do. DIY blocked drain clearing is obviously acceptable, as is changing a showerhead. You can also replace caps on the openings of sanitary drains and change tap washers. In Victoria, you can also waterproof your bathroom, a task that requires licensing in NSW and Queensland.