Brisbane Real Estate Plumber
Get Fast and Reliable Plumbing & Hot Water Solutions
We understand the difficulties you face as a property manager and have made it our business to help make the plumbing and hot water as easy as possible.
Managing a property portfolio is no easy feat!
There is little time to spare between inspections, arranging maintenance, and skillfully negotiating between tenants, landlords and tradespeople.
With over 40 years of experience servicing Brisbane Real Estates, we offer a tailored service for all aspects of maintenance plumbing, gas, and hot water. We aim to provide a level of service and support that Brisbane property managers can’t find anywhere else.
Why Many of Brisbane’s Leading Real Estates Choose Us:
- Priority same-day service for urgent jobs.
- Highly competitive, discounted rates to provide your landlords extra value.
- Fully staffed office to keep you in the loop with appointment times and any essential job updates.
- Certainty, consistency and quality – we complete over 2500 Jobs for Brisbane property managers each year.
- Professional invoices and recommendations backed up with a quality guarantee.
- We offer free plumbing training tailored to help upskill property management teams.
- Our team of Licenced tradesmen specialize in all aspects of maintenance plumbing, gas fitting, drainage & roofing, including:
- Blocked drains, burst pipes, taps, toilets, emergency roof & gutter repairs and general plumbing
- Leak detection, CCTV drain inspections, and jet rodding
- Water efficiency testing and compliance certificates
- We provide property managers with an after-hours emergency service for urgent jobs and advice
The One-Stop-Shop for Hot Water:
Ever wondered if it’s best to call a plumber or electrician to fix a hot water issue?
Our hot water specialists are equipped to handle all your hot water needs:
- We hold plumbing, gas, and restricted electrical licenses.
- Priority, same-day hot water installation and repairs.
- Backed by Rheem, Vulcan and Dux as Brisbane’s Preferred Plumbers.
- We repair all brands and types of water heaters, including electric, gas, heat pump and solar
- Competitive options to suit your landlord’s hot water budget.
- We guarantee to beat any written quote for water heater installation
Please don’t hesitate to Contact us on 3878 4444 if you want to learn more about our complimentary training for property managers. This covers general plumbing knowledge, tips for managing tenants and routine checks to avoid plumbing emergencies.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I prevent plumbing problems in my properties?
Here are several steps you can take to prevent plumbing problems in your properties. Regular maintenance and inspections can help catch small problems before they become big ones. Encourage tenants to report leaks and other issues as soon as possible so they can be addressed quickly. Additionally, make sure that only appropriate items are flushed down the toilet and that food scraps and grease are disposed of properly. Below are some simple steps you can provide your Tennants with to help avoid plumbing emergencies.
- Determine the location of stop cocks for turning off the water supply. This info is critical and required at short notice in an emergency.
- Report any rusty flexible hoses. These are often used to connect toilets or vanity taps. 22% of water damage claims in Austrailia come from burst flexible hoses.
- Do not flush sanitary items or wet wipes down the toilet (Urban Utilities Three P’s).
- Limit the amount of water spilt/ splashed on the bathroom floor.
- Regularly check hot water units for leaks.
- Locate the isolation value for ice maker fridges and turn off before going on holidays.
- Do not turn taps off too hard or push the shower rose down against the shower wall
How often should I have the plumbing in my properties inspected?
The frequency of plumbing inspections depends on the age and condition of the property’s plumbing system, as well as how frequently it’s used. As a general rule, it’s a good idea to have your plumbing inspected at least once a year. Water efficiency certificates also require renewal every two years or at change of tenancy which is a good opportunity to have a plumber check for faults.
How can I tell if I have a leak in my plumbing system?
Signs of a leak in your plumbing system can include low water pressure, a sudden increase in your water bill, damp or discolored walls or floors, and the sound of running water when no fixtures are in use.
What should I do if a tenant reports a plumbing problem?
If a tenant reports a plumbing problem, it’s important to address it as soon as possible to prevent further damage. Contact a licensed and experienced plumbing professional to diagnose and fix the problem.