HOT WATER SYSTEMS
HOT WATER SYSTEMS Sippy Downs
For the most designed cost effective and efficient installation of hot water systems in Sippy Downs, Synergy Trades Group is the plumber of choice! We’ve got highly skilled, licenced and qualified plumbers whose vast experience in installation, repair and maintenance of hot water systems for residential and commercial establishments has made us the go-to plumbing service provider in the area.
Let your search for the best hot water system installation in Sippy Downs end with us. Our hot water system service has always been a hit with property owners and property managers, including our hot water system repair and maintenance services. That’s because they’re assured of the high-quality workmanship only a family-owned and operated company with over 70 years of combined experience can deliver.
Give us a call now to experience outstanding service for the replacement or repair of your hot water system in Sippy Downs.
OUR HOT WATER SYSTEM SERVICES
Hot water can be taken for granted but is essential for every home (especially in Winter!)
Our team of plumbers have extensive knowledge on hot water systems and have experience in the installation and repair of hot water systems. We use and recommend quality parts and all work is completed in accordance with Australian Standards.
Whether you’re looking at an electric, solar or gas hot water system, we provide all the services you need, including:
If your existing hot water system is over 3 years old, it is worthwhile arranging a proactive “health check” on it. Our plumbers can assess the condition of your hot water tank and help you make an informed decision on whether you need a replacement, repair or an upgrade.
For thorough and honest advice on your hot water system, book a visit from one of our expert plumbers via this online form or call now.
QUICK & RELIABLE REPAIR OF HOT WATER SYSTEM
Synergy Trades Group provides the quickest and most reliable repair service of hot water systems in Sippy Downs. Hundreds of property owners have been serviced by us to their utmost satisfaction, repairing or replacing thousands of hot water systems in various conditions.
Our decades of experience enables us to quickly identify the cause of any issue with your hot water system. Regardless of whether your hot water system needs a quick repair, service or replacement, you can rely on Synergy Trades Group to deliver an excellent job to your satisfaction.
Book a visit from one of our expert plumbers via this online form or call now to experience firsthand why we have become the go-to service provider for hot water systems in Sippy Downs.
We aim for complete customer satisfaction on every project. See what our customers have had to say about working with us.
A FEW LOCATIONS WE SERVICE
We are proud to offer all our services in the following locations.
We are experts when it comes to fixing hot water systems in Sippy Downs. No hot water can be due to either a plumbing or electrical issue. Call us now and we’ll troubleshoot with you over the phone then send a plumber or electrician to your property to get the issue resolved.
The cost to replace hot water systems in Sippy Downs vary depending on the type of hot water system and the location of the system within your property. We supply and install electric, solar and gas hot water systems.
Contact us via this online form or call now to speak to a friendly member of our team. We will discuss your requirements and provide you with an obligation-free quote for your new hot water system installation in Sippy Downs.
If you are running out of hot water, you may need to upgrade your hot water system. Alternatively, there could be a plumbing or electrical issue with your system. Call us now and we’ll troubleshoot with you over the phone then send a plumber or electrician to your property to get the issue resolved.
A worn out or incorrectly installed washer is the most common cause of a leaking or dripping tap. Damage or old age will also cause taps to leak/drip. If you have a leaking or dripping tap, book a visit from one of our plumbers via this online form or call now.
Our experienced plumbers will inspect your tap and identify the cause. They will provide advice on whether the tap needs to be serviced or replaced then complete works in accordance with your budget and requirements.
This is commonly known as “water hammer”, which is the sound of fast-moving water suddenly stopping when a tap turns off. The noise occurs when water collides with the closed valve – a hydraulic shock causes the loud banging noises. Left unattended, water hammer can lead to an array of major plumbing problems in the future including burst pipes, loose fittings, or damage to fixtures.
Mixer taps are the most common style of taps used in houses and businesses. Rather than having individual hot and cold taps, a mixer tap is just one lever tap that “mixes” the hot and cold water supplies providing water at the desired temperature depending on the position of the lever.
“Backflow” is the flow of water back into the drinking water supply. A backflow prevention device stops unwanted water entering our water supply, protecting is from drinking or using contaminated water. Backflow Prevention Devices must be registered with Council upon installation and tested annually by a licenced and endorsed plumber.
Backflow Prevention Devices must be registered with Council upon installation and tested annually by a licenced and endorsed plumber.
Regular testing and maintenance of backflow prevention devices prevent the mains water supply from becoming contaminated.
If a test report (Form 9) is not submitted by the due date, you may receive a reminder from Council.
We are fully licenced, endorsed and insured for testing of backflow prevention devices. Our services include testing, installation, and repairs to backflow devices. Book one of our backflow plumbers today via this online form or call now.
A Water Efficiency Certificate is a formal certification that a property is water efficient. The certificate enables landlords to pass on the full water consumption charges (including bulk water charges) to tenants provided the minimum criteria have been met. These requirements are:
- The rental property must be individually metered;
- All of the internal cold water taps in the rental property (except those serving a bath) are to deliver a maximum of 9 litres of water per minute;
- All shower heads in the rental property are to have a maximum flow rate of 9 litres per minute; and
- All the toilets in the rental property are to be dual flush, with the maximum flush volume of the full flush to be 6.5 litres, and the maximum for the half flush being 3.5 litres. Additionally, they must have a maximum average flush volume of 4 litres (based on the average of 1 full flush and 4 half flushes).
More information on water charges for rental properties is available at https://www.rta.qld.gov.au/forms-resources/factsheets/water-charging-fact-sheet
If you have received a huge water bill, or a water bill that is higher than normal, you probably have a concealed water leak. Our qualified and experienced plumbers can locate and repair any water leak. Contact us via this online form or call now to book a time for a plumber to visit and repair your water leak.
Any unusual or gurgling type noises should be looked at by an experienced and qualified plumber as soon as possible. A gurgling noise often indicates that there is a partial blockage in the drain, so it’s best to get this sorted now before it gets worse or becomes an emergency. Our plumbers are available to attend your home or business anywhere in Sippy Downs, simply book via this online form or call now.
Not all toilet suites are the same and it’s important to check the set out measurements before choosing your new toilet. While we are happy to install a toilet suite that you have purchased yourself, we recommend that you give us a call to discuss your requirements first.
We supply quality toilet suites at affordable prices – we’ll even take your old toilet away and dispose of it.
Some common reasons for roof leaks are:
- Broken, perished or rusted roof screws
- Blocked gutters and downpipes
- Rusted roof sheets
- Broken or cracked roof tiles
- Non-compliant roof – wrong roof material or incorrectly installed