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BURST PIPES

40+ years experience
40+ years

combined experience

12 month warranty
12 month

workmanship warranty

7000+ happy customers
9,000+

happy customers

A burst pipe is a serious plumbing problem and if it’s not repaired quickly, it could impact surrounding pipes, damage your walls, ceiling and insulation, or cause mould to grow.

If you have an emergency burst pipe you need to locate your water meter and turn it off by turning the valve clockwise until it stops. Then call Social Plumbing and Gas to arrange for one of our highly experienced plumbers to attend and repair the burst pipe and have your water back on in no time!

Top Tip – Your water meter can usually be found at the front left or right of the property in a green or black lidded box, or next to a toilet or under a sink if you are living in a unit complex.

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licensed and experienced

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repairs and installations

Repairs and Installations

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Signs you have a burst water pipe:

We can also provide assistance in completing paperwork to the Council for excess water consumption rebates.

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How to detect a leaking pipe

The easiest way to detect a leak in your commercial property or home is to turn off all your taps and fixtures (eg. toilets, washing machines, and appliances that are connected to the water supply) Ater 15 minutes, if your water meter continues to rise or turn,
you likely have a leak.

turn of all taps

Turn off all taps

Make sure you turn off all your taps and water appliances

find your water meter

Find your water meter

Locate the water meter on your property.

check your meter's numbers

Check your meter’s numbers

Check to see if the meter’s numbers are changing. If they are moving, you might have a leak. If they aren’t moving, check back in 15 minutes to see if they have changed. If they have, you may have a leak.

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