Plumbing Safety Service
Don’t trust Dodgy Plumbers!
If you want it fixed, filled, installed, flushed, built,
replaced, cleared, tiled or repaired…
we’re here to help.
With rising water bills and difficult to detect leaks, you should ensure that
your drains can cope with the scorching summer and wild winter temperatures
by speaking to an Accredited Plumber today.
We only employ fully trained Master Plumbers and we are a member of the Master Plumbers Association. Our plumbers drive a fully stocked service vehicle with the full range of common stock items as well as an electric eel and all other tools and ladders. Sharpe Group also have plumbers that specialize in blocked drains and can unblock your drain and repair the pipe without having to dig up your property.
Plumbing & Hot Water Electrical Safety Inspection.
A Sharpe Plumber will conduct:
- 17 Point Check
- Indoor and Outside Plumbing
- Visual and Camera Inspections
- Moisture, Pressure and Flow Tests
- Stormwater Analysis
- Water Heater Evaluation
Written report provided on completion.
First job $165. For Customer Rewards please enquire.
Signs and symptoms
- Noticed stains, paint blisters or damp patches along walls or flooring?
- Pavers or concrete slabs in your garden started to become uneven or lift?
- Is your home or plumbing old?
- Have you previously had drain blockages or breakages?
- Was your last water bill unexpectedly high?
If you notice any of these problems,
contact a Sharpe Technician immediately.
Sharpe Accredited Plumber Mark advises residents of old houses to get their drains regularly checked.
A large percentage of the older homes he inspects have issues relating to the age of drains. This is due to many being made from earthenware or ceramic pipes, which over time crack and
become susceptible to tree or shrub roots entering.
You should act before this happens, as once blockages develop;
it will become a recurring issue without a major repair.
Adelaide’s Reactive Soil Problem
You may or may not know that Adelaide has some of the world’s most reactive soil.
Adelaide sits on clays that react extensively to changes in moisture. The types of clay found in Adelaide significantly expand and contract depending on the amount of moisture in the soil.
This expansion and contraction causes soil movements that can result in significant damage to both your drains and plumbing i.e. drain risks !
Older pipes made of weaker and more brittle materials are most at risk of cracking and fracturing.
Soil movements can also cause subsidence, damaging the structural integrity of your home and your internal plumbing.