Your Local South Brisbane Plumbers Do you live in South Brisbane and are searching for the right plumber for your plumbing need? Jetset Plumbing is the perfect choice for you, we offer plumbing to everyone from residents to business owners. For ore than twenty years our trusted plumbers at Jetset Plumbing have serviced clients across […]
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Your Local Plumbers in East Brisbane Here at Jetset Plumbing we are your local plumbers throughout East Brisbane, specializing in a wide variety of residential and commercial plumbing. We provide our maintenance plumbing services to tenants, home owners, real estate agents, hotels, retail outlets, restaurants, factories and even government organisations.
Why is My Drain Making Gurgling Sound?
Often when we are called out to blocked drains, customers tell us that they hear gurgling or bubbling noises in the weeks and month leading up the blockage occurring. What the customers don’t realise is that this means the drain has been blocked for a while already they just don’t realise it.
With the wet week Brisbane is currently having and it being the first major rain of the season it is inevitable that downpipes and storm water drain are going to have blockages. After the drier winter months leaf litter and loose top soil shifts during heavy rain are likely to have run off into your downpipes and drains.
When it comes to unblocked a blocked drain there are 100’s of DIY methods and home remedies and whilst some of these may work in very particular cases, some of them are downright dangerous and have the potential to damage your pipes and injure yourself or any future plumbers working on your drains. It is always best to call a plumber for a blocked drain as you never know, what is causing the blockage, or how it will react to you method of unblocking the drain.
With the Christmas / New Year break just around the corner a lot of home DIY weekend warriors are preparing to tackle jobs that they have been putting off all year. What most of these people are not aware of is that under Queensland state law what you legally can do yourself in regards to plumbing is very limiting.
When homeowners hear the word termite they often break into a sweat, and rightfully so. Termites are estimated to cause about $1.5 billion a year in damage to homes in Australia alone and some estimates claim that 80% of homes in south east Queensland have some termite activity. Because of this, home insurance policies do not cover termite damage, so any repair cost will be entirely on the home owner. But many people don’t realise that aging or faulty plumbing can be one of the main factors that attract termites to your home.
It’s that time of year again, summer is on its way, and in Queensland whilst that means beaches, barbecues, and 35 degree day’s it also means storms, and lots of them. With an average of between 100mm and 150mm of rainfall per month in summer for Brisbane, it’s vitally important to ensure your down pipes, gutters and storm water drains are up to standard and ready for the summer onslaught to avoid flooding.
Everyone loves a nice hot shower, and there is nothing more frustrating than going to work feeling limp from your cold shower. We have all experienced hot water supply issues, so today we walk you through the simple troubleshooting steps you can take to diagnose a problem with your electric water heater.
Plumbers are called out to households for all sorts of reasons, some major like flooded basements and other more common like a leaky tap or shower head. But there are five reasons people call a plumber that are by far more common than others.