At Paul’s Plumbing, you can get same-day plumbing services no matter how big the plumbing problem. Paul leads a great team and every one of our plumbers has the experience and expertise to handle any kind of plumbing job. Whether your hot water system is on the fritz, you have a leaking shower tap, you want a new back-to-wall toilet installation or you require a water efficiency certificate for your rental property, we can take care of it all. Our plumbing team is highly skilled, experienced and passionate about what they do. So, call a Paul’s plumber in Indooroopilly for a quote today and you can be assured you’ll be 100% satisfied with our work every time.

Blocked Drains? No Worries!

From stubbornly blocked kitchen sinks to broken pipes or tree roots growing into your sewer line, blocked drains are one of the many issues Paul’s Plumbing deals with on a daily basis. Blocked drains are one of our specialties and our technology makes our job almost effortless. Our plumbers use the very latest technology including CCTV drain cameras to find out why your drain is blocked and then with high pressure sewer jetting, we’ll be able to tackle even the most complicated blockages. We can also set you up on a drain maintenance program so your drains will be free of debris and clean in the future. You can always count on Paul’s Plumbing to provide you with the highest quality blocked drain solutions at an affordable price.

Emergency Plumbing 24/7

Finding a trustworthy, skilled plumber is not always top of mind until you have a big problem on your hands. Luckily, Paul’s Plumbing is always on call for emergency plumbing and general plumbing repairs. Some of the most common plumbing emergencies are:

  • Overflowing or blocked drains
  • No hot water
  • Shower leaks
  • Large water leaks or burst pipes
  • Overflowing, backed up or broken toilet
  • Raw sewage is exposed

If you’re experiencing a plumbing emergency, call our plumber in Indooroopilly and we’ll get you sorted out.

Frequently Asked Questions

My drain is blocked, what can I do to fix it?

If you’re dealing with a blocked drain, there are a few steps you can take to attempt to fix it. Firstly, try using a plunger to create suction and dislodge the blockage. Be sure to cover any overflow openings to ensure maximum pressure. If the plunger doesn’t work, you can try using a drain snake or auger to physically break up the blockage and remove it. Another option is to use a mixture of baking soda and vinegar, followed by hot water to dissolve organic debris. However, if these DIY methods don’t resolve the issue, it’s best to avoid using chemical drain cleaners, as they can be harmful to your pipes. Instead, it’s recommended to call our professional plumber in Indooroopilly who has the tools and expertise to safely and effectively clear the blockage without causing further damage to your plumbing system.

What is a Water Efficiency Certificate?

A Water Efficiency Certificate is necessary for rental properties. This certificate verifies that your property complies with the government’s water efficiency standards, which entail inspecting different elements such as faucets, toilets, showerheads and other fixtures to ensure they don’t exceed 9 litres of water consumption. For instance, toilets must have a dual flush function that doesn’t surpass 6.5 litres on full flush and 3.5 litres on half flush while maintaining an average maximum volume of 4 litres (averaged from one full flush and four half-flushes). If you require a water efficiency certificate for your rental property at an affordable rate, call Paul’s Plumbing and we’ll send a plumber to your Indooroopilly property.

Why is my water bill suddenly so high?

A sudden increase in your water bill can be attributed to several factors. Firstly, it’s important to check for any visible leaks in your plumbing system such as dripping faucets or running toilets, as even small leaks can waste a significant amount of water over time. Hidden leaks, such as underground pipe leaks, can also contribute to a higher water bill. Another potential cause could be a malfunctioning water meter, so it’s advisable to ensure its accuracy by performing a simple test or contacting your water utility provider. Changes in water usage patterns, such as increased occupancy or new appliances, can also result in higher water consumption. It’s recommended to investigate the possible causes and if you’re unable to identify the source, consult with our professional plumber in Indooroopilly who can conduct a thorough inspection and help pinpoint the issue causing the sudden increase in your water bill.

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