Our plumbers are on call 24/7 to answer any emergencies you may have. Our team can deal with anything from leaking pipes to burst hot water cylinders, and we won’t make you wait until normal business hours for a solution.
Common plumbing issues include:
Blocked Drain: Blockages in the drain caused by a buildup of debris, which makes it difficult for water to flow freely.
Blocked Sink: A sink that is clogged with debris or other objects, preventing water from draining properly.
Broken Water Main Pipes: Pipes that have become cracked or otherwise damaged, resulting in a loss of water pressure or a break in the line.
Clogged Toilet: Blockages in the toilet caused by too much toilet paper or other objects that make it difficult for the water to flow freely.
Damaged Gas Lines: Damaged gas lines can be caused by shifting soil, tree roots, and other external forces. If a gas line is damaged, it can cause a home gas leak.
Gas leaks or Faulty Gas Appliances: The gas used in your home has an odour added to it to make it easy to detect. If you suspect a gas leak, turn your gas off – as long as it is safe to do so. Open doors and windows, evacuate your home, and then give us a call from outside.
Frozen Pipes: We don’t often get frozen pipes in Wellington, but if you do just call us and we can help.
Leaking Hot Water Cylinder: Older hot water cylinders can deteriorate over time and begin leaking. This can cause damage to the surrounding area so it is best fixed quickly to avoid further costs.
Hot water not working: There are several main causes for a lack of hot water. You may need to replace your element or thermostat. Either way, we are happy to take a look at it for you.
Leaking Taps: Apart from the annoying drip, leaking taps can cost money if you are on a metered connection.
Leaking Toilet: A toilet that is leaking water from its tank, tank lid, or from the base, resulting in a potential increase in water bills.
Leaky Pipe: A plumbing issue where water is leaking from a damaged pipe. Pipes can become worn or damaged over time, causing them to leak water and create costly damage to your home.
Low Water Pressure: Low water pressure can be caused by clogged pipes, leaks, or broken pipes. It may be a simple fix or it may indicate that something major has happened.
Overflowing Pipe: Similar to low water pressure, this could indicate that something has gone wrong. The sooner you get it looked at the better.
Sewer Line Problems: Blockages or damage to the sewer line can cause backups and flooding, leading to a health hazard.
Toilet Overflows: An overflowing toilet can be caused by a blockage in the pipe or a faulty flushing system. Most of the time its an easy fix.