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We tried using baking soda and vinegar to unclog the shower drain, but it hasn't worked at all. The clog didn't dissolve and the problem has gotten worse even.
I'm interested in the offer 'Bosch 125 litre electric hot water heater for $1250' listed in Handymate.
I need a drainage plumber to inspect my stormwater drain lines, as there is water under the house and I suspect there may be a drainage issue.
We experienced a sudden jump in our water bill. There's no justification for the spike in the bill which makes me think we have a bigger issue on our hands and need to react fast. I need someone to inspect the potential leak and fix it.
I'm interested in the offer 'One hour of Plumbing labour for $180' listed in Handymate.
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Hiring a hot water heater service provider in Kingsford, NSW
Hiring a hot water heater service provider in Kingsford, NSW for residential houses has never been easier and more reliable than with Handymate. If you’re in the market for a new hot water heater, or you’ve already made the purchase and are looking for a qualified professional to install it properly, our platform has got you covered. At Handymate, you can find the best hot water heater installers in Kingsford, NSW for all your water heater plumbing, repair, and installation needs. You don’t have to suffer through any more cold showers ever again. Contact our qualified technicians and have your old water heater replaced so you can get back to your old life without having to worry about running out of hot water all the time. If you choose to hire one of our qualified hot water heater installers, you can expect to receive a high-quality service that you can be satisfied with. Our trusted and reliable technicians will be able to safely disconnect and remove your old water heater, install the new unit and reconnect it to the existing gas, water, electric and venting lines, replace the pipes if needed, test out the new unit and clean up afterwards.