JEDI Plumbing services offered to our North Sydney customers include:
> Taps Plumbing
> Blocked Drains
> Emergency Plumber
> Gas Plumber
> Hot Water Plumbers
> Bathroom Plumbing
> Kitchen Plumbing
> Toilet Plumbing & Repairs
> Leak Detection
> Rainwater Tanks
> Gutter Cleaning & Repair
> Drain CCTV Camera
> Commercial Plumbing
> House Plumbing
Plumbing Inspection Report Offer In North Sydney
Being greeted each day by the stunning skyline is rather special for those who live and work in the suburb of North Sydney. Its closeness to Sydney’s central business district enhances the reputation it has as a major Australian commercial hub. Most properties in the area are high density office or apartment complexes. However the suburb still retains older homes that exude the charm of days gone by.
Regardless of whether your home is modern or an older style, plumbing problems arise – and often when a fault has gone undetected, an emergency plumber is needed.
If you are in need of a professional plumber in the North Sydney suburb or have any concerns at all, now is the time to act. The team at JEDI Plumbing is offering a free plumbing inspection report to all North Sydney homeowners – a great opportunity for you to have any potential problems identified before they become a major issue.
Leaking taps can lead to unexpected surprises when it comes to water bill time, but the good news is many people can fix these themselves without the need to call us at JEDI Plumbing. Knowing how to fix a leaky tap is a ‘right of passage’ for many Aussies.
This quick how-to guide should give you the basics on this first home-owner initiation process.
There are four types of taps:
• Compression Taps – These have a handle each for cold and hot water.
• Single Arm Taps – These have a single handle that swivels between hot and cold temperatures.
• Ball Faucet
• Cartridge Faucet
• Ceramic Cylinder
Firstly, ensure the property’s water is turned off at the mains and make sure the drain is plugged to prevent the loss of any parts while working.
For compression tap repair, remove the tap handles to reveal the stem which is above the O-ring and the seat washer. Most typically the cause of the leak is the seat washer which has to be replaced. It’s a good idea to take the seat washer to the hardware store to find a matching replacement. Be sure to apply plumbers grease to it when reassembling the tap. This should stop the leak.
Other tap types can pose a few extra issues, though the general process remains the same. Of course, if you are uncertain – give us a call on 0411 774 381.
Right now residents in the suburb of North Sydney can receive a free plumbing assessment report. Call us now to arrange yours!