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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, Stafford
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 Stafford, we specialise in both residential and commercial plumbing. Servicing customers across South-East Queensland for over 20 years, you can always rely on us to deliver a professional and affordable service that will leave you satisfied 100% of the time. Our plumbing services are provided to real estate agents, home owners, tenants, retail outlets, restaurants and factories.
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.
Stafford is a northern suburb of Brisbane state couple of Queensland, according to the 2011 census, Stafford had a population of 6,041. This residential suburb includes some original Queenslander-style homes and has a significant number of post-war Queensland Housing Commision homes. The large majority of Stafford lies to the west of Lutwyche Road, Being the area on that age, large residents of Stafford’s residents are elderly people. Though families have grown here making it a friendly family place, number of growing families of a younger generation.
The median age is 34 years, 3 years below the Australian median in 2011. Stafford original name was called Happy Valley, this name came from Sir Thomas Brisbane for whom the city is named was an officer in the Staffordshire Regiment. A public move to rename the area after the English county of Staffordshire. Since 1885 the suburb has been called Stafford. In 1940 Stafford was served by electric trams operated by the Brisbane City Council, this was the last tram line built in Brisbane. The shopping center opened in 1983 and extended in 1997. This stopped way of local workers in 1982 to make way. Previously, the Stafford Road shopping strip at the tram terminus was the local center.
Stafford residents need a reliable and trustworthy tradesman to ensure the integrity of their suburb. Using state-of-the-art technology to solve your problems fast, you can be assured that when you book an appointment with Jetset Plumbing, you will not be disappointed with the quality service we provide. Give us a call on 1800 443 996 today!