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Another great job thanks to Luke replacing my second toilet which had a bad leak. He rescheduled and came a day earlier which was extremely helpful! Cheers Luke and the Jetset Plumbing team!
Review from TrueLocal by Jayden K, Ipswich
Our plumbers are highly trained and fully equipped to handle any plumbing job you may have. The focus is on our valued customers, service and quality are paramount.
Jetset Plumbing are your local plumbers for Ipswich, we specialise in both residential and commercial plumbing. Servicing customers across South-East Queensland from Brisbane to Ipswich and Tweed Heads for over 20 years, you can always rely on our plumbers to deliver a professional yet affordable service that will leave you satisfied. We provide plumbing services to everyone, including real estate agents, home owners and business owners.
Are you in need of any of these services? Give us a call today on 1800 443 996 and our receptionists will help you out and book you in with one of our experienced plumbers.
The City of Ipswich is a local government area in Queensland, Australia, located in the southwest of the Brisbane metropolitan area, including the urban area surrounding the city of Ipswich and surrounding rural areas.
The City of Ipswich is centrally located in the South East Queensland region of Australia. Ipswich governs the outer western portion of the Brisbane Metropolitan Area, Queensland, Australia. It covers an area of 1,090 square kilometres (420.9 sq mi) along the coast about 40 kilometres (25 mi) southwest of Brisbane CBD. To the east is the City of Brisbane local government area, and to the west are the rural and agricultural areas of the Brisbane, Lockyer and Fassifern Valleys.
Ipswich is the second-oldest local government area in Queensland, after Brisbane. On 16 November 1859, after the enactment of the Municipalities Act of 1858 in New South Wales, a petition containing 91 signatures was received by the Governor of New South Wales seeking to have Ipswich, which at the time had 3,000 people, granted municipal town status.