The first thing you should realise is that plumbing work has to be performed by a Licenced Plumber and Gas Fitter in accordance with State regulations.
Don’t do it yourself or ask a mate for the risk of a $5000 fine.
Furthermore, work undertaken by a non-licenced plumber can result in your insurance company declining any future claim.
Oceania Plumbing and Gas make sure we are in accordance with the Australian Standards and all our products strictly come with the water mark and follow all regulations and guidelines. If you’re unsure if your plumbing is within accordance with Australian standards, call us!
One litre = 4,000 drips. This on average works out to about 40c, which could cost up to $15 a month for a small leak on one tap. This doesn't seem like much, unless you have several leaky faucets or you let it go for a long time. However, cracks and pinhole-sized holes in pipes typically cost a household between $100-$600 a month and a leaky toilet will cost you between $75-$150 on average a month.
A dripping tap may not be of much concern however, even with just a small drip it’s damaging your tap set, and without care and regular servicing can cause cracks in your tap seats.
If your taps are not worth servicing, we have a wide range of tapware options with brochures, which show fix pricing with supply and installation.
If your toilet is not working properly we can attend your premises and assess the problem before any work commences. Oceania Plumbing and Gas will discuss all options allowing you to make an informed decision as to what you would like to happen.
A repair can generally see you up and running quick smart, however, depending on the age of the system, you may be better off with an upgrade. As there are so many different types of toilets on the market, it is best to organize a site inspection first, providing us the opportunity to see what will work best for you.
A leaking toilet not only wastes water but starts destroying itself at the same time. If water is constantly leaking into your toilet bowl, mineral staining can occur to the porcelain which can never be removed. With a simple rubber seal replacement, your toilet can be leak-free in no time.
We provide services for residential reticulation problems from minor repairs to complete new runs including installing compliant reticulation valves, which by law, every householder must have fitted to their irrigation for backflow purposes.