Plumbers handle all kinds of plumbing installation and gas fittings. When doing renovations, and performing any kind of structural refit or change to water fittings, pipes, or gas lines, plumbers are the best tradespeople to call.

When water fittings have failed and there are leaks present on a property, it is advisable to call a professional tradesperson to ensure that all repairs are conducted properly.

Types of plumbing installations

Swimming pools

Swimming pool installations, the filtration systems, pumps and pipes all need to be correctly fitted and installed in order to ensure that the pool works correctly.

Pools have to be maintained persistently, and kept in a sanitary manner due to the nature of biological by-products collecting in the pool from both adults and children.

The filtration and chemical sterilisation cleaning system has to be fitted together according to stringent safety standards, and a plumber should be called in to regular check all the fixtures and fittings of a swimming pool.

When a pool is being installed, a licensed plumber will be contracted to perform all the necessary layout of pipes, sealing and joins that carry the water to and from the cleaning and filtration system.

When a properly qualified tradesperson installs all fittings, and is insured, more peace of mind is offered to the client. Better satisfaction and reliability is guaranteed from work from a licensed plumber.


Tanks can be installed in a number of areas around the home. In some new home buildings, tanks are installed under the ground, and rainwater collected from the roof is stored in the tanks.

To ensure that tanks do not leak and cause damage to foundations or structures to the house, it is essential that a plumbing contractor be hired to fit and check all of the installation of the tank.

When tanks are going to be elevated, or in areas where they could potentially have a leak, it is essential that all necessary checks are done by a plumber in order to prevent any maintenance problems.

An elevated tank, or a tank on a foundation, should be placed on well engineered structuring in order to support the weight of it and comply with national safety and building standards.

Bathroom renovations

Recent surges over the years in renovation shows have shown old premises being renovated into trendy new interiors.

One of the most expensive, yet critical types of makeovers performed in residential buildings is the creation of exotic new bathrooms.

Some of these television shows have shown the amateur renovators tackling very complicated fittings in the plumbing, and when the building certifier comes to check the quality of the work, have had their work stripped out entirely.

It is therefore a sound investment to have a plumber conduct all of the wet area sealing, and installation of water fittings in the bathroom in order to prevent the bathroom from leaking.

Incorrectly installed tiles without a slope in the bathroom can cause flooding out of showers, and can cause significant damage to underlying structures. Having a professional tradesperson come in to perform necessary work will prevent expensive maintenance or damage to your property.

Kitchen renovations

Plumbers in Sydney not only do renovations in bathrooms, but can do kitchen plumbing and appliance installation.

Gas ovens and stovetops, for stringent safety reasons have to be hooked up by a registered plumber. A plumber understands all of the necessary quality standards and legislations in order to prevent leaks from gas appliances, which can be harmful or fatal to home residents.

Dishwashers also need to be carefully installed in order to prevent inlet valves from blocking and seizing, and placement of drain hoses into existing plumbing to prevent water damage to kitchen cabinetry.

Kitchen sinks, drains, and tap installations should all be put into a new kitchen, or renovated kitchen by a qualified contractor.

Sewerage and Septic Installations

The handling of human waste, via sewerage systems and septic tanks is strictly controlled in building codes in order to prevent disease and illness in the home and community.

Poorly maintained sewerage and septic systems have been responsible for hospitalisations, such as when shower drains clog and leak grey water back into the shower.

Overflowing septic tanks can leave human waste overflowing, and this becomes a biological hazard. A well designed sewerage exit system, and properly installed and maintained septic system not only complies with relevant legislation, but promotes better health for residents of a dwelling.

Plumbers in Sydney have a variety of tasks they can fulfil, and in Australia, having a proper trade and licensing ensures that when any work done that handles water, gas or other types of fluids will be handled safely and reliably.

Residents should contract a registered plumber to handle all of these types of jobs to ensure their own safety and that of others who use the residential building.