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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 Pacific Pines. Specialising in both residential and commercial plumbing, you can always rely on us to deliver a professional and affordable service that will leave you satisfied 100% of the time. We have serviced customers all over South-East Queensland for over 20 years. 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 team will help you out and book you in with one of our experienced plumbers.
Pacific Pines is a suburb located in the City of Gold Coast, it is found between the Pacific Motorway and the north-east side of the Nerang State Forest. Pacific Pines was originally part of Gaven, Queensland; but became a separate suburb in 2003. From the suburbs most elevated parts there are views of Stradbroke Island and Coolangatta. The vegetation and the views inspired the name. At the Census, Pacific Pines had a population of 14,788.
Pacific Pines, Gold Coast, received high demand after the upgrading of the Pacific Motorway in 2000, this demand was stimulated by the benefit of reduction in commuting time to and from Brisbane. The Pacific Pines drive-in shopping centre offers retail shops, and a Woolworths supermarket. A service reservoir and the suburb's most prominent address, Zenith Crescent, are immediately west of the largest reserve.
Pacific Pines residents deserve tradesman that they can rely on and trust. Using only the best technology to solve your problems swiftly, you can be rest assured that when you book in a job with Jetset Plumbing, you will not be disappointed with the quality service we provide. Give Jetset Plumbing a call today.
Last updated: 29 Oct 2020