All Plumbing Services - Blocked Drains - Leak Detection - Hot Water Systems - Taps - Toilets - Kitchens - Bathrooms
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 Worongary plumbers, our Plumbers are based in all areas of the Gold Coast and South-East Queensland. We provide a friendly, affordable and professional service to Worongary.
Looking for a reliable plumber in Worongary? You’ll be glad you found Jetset Plumbing, we have over 20 years experience providing Bundall exceptional plumbing service. We do all kinds of Maintenance plumbing for Residential homes, Commerical, Industrial, Real Estates and Body Corporates, everything from Blocked Drains, Hot Water System Repairs and Installations to CCTV Drain Camera Inspections and more!
We have fully licensed and experienced plumbers waiting for your call to solve any problem you may have.
All of these plumbing services and more, delivered with a smile and our lifetime Quality Workmanship Guarantee.
Near Worongary are other suburbs such as Gilston, Highland Park, and Tallai. Among the nearby councils are Beaudesert Shire, Tweed Shire, and Gold Coast.
Name Derivation And History
There are several theories as to how this suburb came to be known as Worongary as well as what that term really means. There's one theory stating that 'Worongary' means climbing vine or a vine used for climbing trees. Another speculation is that 'Worongary' was derived from the word 'Whorrongary', which pertains to an imitation of the sound of a Little Topknot Pigeon.
Jetset Plumbing, your local plumbers on the Gold Coast have a reputation for delivering professional plumbing services throughout the area. Whether you are looking to clear a blocked drain, need an emergency plumber, general hot water or plumbing repairs; you can book online, make a general online enquiry or call us now on 1800 443 996.
1b/3 Swan Lane, Mudgeeraba, QLD 4213
Last updated: 28 Oct 2020