We are at the end of the year which means we are all preparing to settle into our long-awaited, well-deserved holidays. Plumb Leak plumbers in Cape Town would like to wish you a joyful, safe and memorable festive season.
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Our plumbers in Durbanville have had many calls regarding a running toilet – making it a surprisingly common plumbing issue.
A toilet running intermittently indicates that there is an underlying problem which needs immediate attention.
No one likes a low water pressure shower or bath. We all want to be able to turn on our taps and have the perfect amount of water pressure released every time.
Perfect water pressure is the dream and it shouldn’t be unachievable.
Our plumbers in Durbanville have seen it all and we know a thing or two about why your pressure just ain’t right.
Do you have a plumbing problem? Are you looking for the best plumber Brackenfell and surrounds have to offer?
Plumb Leak Cape are plumbers based in the northern suburbs of Cape Town and specialise in minor or major plumbing problems as well as leak detection.
With the large number of plumbers in Durbanville, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with choice. However, when choosing the best plumber for your plumbing needs you would need to consider various factors.
Because plumbing projects are usually complex, requiring multiple skills and expertise, you would first consider what services the plumber offers and whether or not these services cover all your requirements.
It’s no secret that Cape Town is suffering the worst drought it has seen in over a century and one of the biggest water wasters is a burst geyser and other issues related to plumbing.
Despite the recent rainfall in Cape Town, the scary truth is - the drought is not over and residents of Cape Town as well as visitors and tourists still need to manage their water consumption.
As the year quickly comes to a close, we are able to take some time and reflect on how wonderful 2017 has been.
The current dam levels in the Cape Metropolitan area are dropping to dangerously low levels against the backdrop of the worst country-wide drought in 30 years.
From December 1, 2016 the new stepped level three water tariff comes into effect in Cape Town, with strict control over municipal supply and drinking water usage.
There is no point in a advanced leak detection if you cannot fix the plumbing problem that caused it.
And obviously it is better to do this at the same time and use the same leak detection and repair service provider, thereby saving yourself separate plumber call out costs.
From blocked drains, to leak detection to solar geysers - we do it all.
And we price our prompt, efficient service to assist you solve your plumbing problems without costing you an arm and a leg.
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