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Pallan’s General Services are a team of experienced, qualified and licensed tradies that offer domestic and commercial general services to residents and businesses in Perth. They offer an array of services including plumbing, painting, flooring, carpentry, gardening, paving, cleaning and housekeeping, gutter cleaning and repair, kitchen and bathroom renovation services and other handyman and general repair and maintenance services. No matter what type of project you might have in and around your property, Pallan’s have got you covered.
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Kitchen Sink Installation starting from $420
Laundry Sink Installation starting from $350
For all your plumbing and gas needs!! Service Includes back flow testing, test and tagging electrical equipment, leak detection and drain inspection camera. We are a plumbing and gas company that works over the whole Perth metro area and offer a 24hr service.
Steve first became involved with the bathroom resurfacing business more than 20 years back while living in England. There Steve learned everything about bathroom renamelling. He had previously worked as an owner/operator in the smash repair business as a spray painter/panel beater for 10 years. He began resurfacing basins and bathtubs in England two years ago and jumped at the chance to buy and manage the Mend A Bath franchise in West Australia, now known as Mend A Bathroom. He was able to immigrate to Australia, where he is now a citizen. He has been the Mend A Bath Franchisee in Western Australia since 1993. This experience includes both the tools and the franchise environment. Steve and Sharron were delighted to be the Australian Master Franchisors of Mend A Bath International. Steve feels that he is now at the end of his career and looks forward training others to become Mend A Bathroom Franchisees Australia-wide. Sharron and Steve both know how rewarding it can be to own a Mend A Bathroom franchise.

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Kitchen sink is leaking and need someone to remove sink, clean area and put some silicon around the sink.

Blocked kitchen sink
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Need someone to cleanout my kitchen sink. Tried to clean with chemicals but didn't worked.

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Frequently asked questions

Are chemical drain cleaners safe to use?

Chemical drain cleaners are not only bad for our water systems and for the environment, but some can even harm and degrade your pipes and cause further damage.

Will the sink installer need to come into my home?

If you have the following plumbing issues such as leaky pipes, dripping faucets, clogged sinks or toilets, a jammed garbage disposal and so on, the sink installer will need to come into your home to address the issue. If the faulty appliance, leak or other plumbing problem is located outside your home or in the garage, the sink installer may not need to enter your home.

What are some alternatives to chemical drain cleaners?

The safest and most effective options when it comes to cleaning and unclogging your drains is to use vinegar and baking soda, dish soap and hot water, or baking soda and salt.

Can you receive remote or virtual sink installation services and assistance?

Although plumbing is a service that requires on-site work or assistance, you can always contact your sink installer and ask them if they offer online or virtual consultations.

How to Install a Kitchen Sink?

If you’ve decided to replace your old sink and install a new one on your own, here’s what you’ll need to do to complete the project successfully.

1. Choose the right type of sink
The two main types of sinks used in kitchens today include undermount and overmount sinks. Your choice will depend mostly on the design you want to achieve as well as the surface area you have available. If you have a smaller kitchen, you’re better off going with an undermouth sink as it will give you more available space to work with. However, if you’re on a budget, you can choose to go with a classic overmount sink, which is often both cheaper to purchase and easier to install.
2. Choose the right size and shape
If you’re simply replacing your old sink with a new one of the same type, make sure you measure everything correctly so you can find the suitable replacement. If you replace your sink with one that is the same size, shape and style, you can save yourself a lot of work and make the process a lot easier. That’s because you will be able to use the same outlet connections without doing any alterations, as they will be able to fit perfectly, and remain in the same position.
3. Get your supplies ready
Make a list of all the things you’ll need for the job, including gaskets, supply lines, PVC primer, plumbers putty and cement.
4. Remove the old sink
Turn off the water and turn on the faucet to relieve the pressure. Disconnect your garbage disposal, place a bucket to catch any dripping water and disconnect the supply lines. Disconnect the drain pipes and unscrew the discharge pipe to remove the garbage disposal. Loosen and remove the screws holding the sink in place, cut the caulk around the sink and remove the entire sink.
5. Install the new sink
Clean up leftover caulk and drop the new sink to see if it’s a fit. Once you’ve made sure the sink fits into the opening, take it out and start installing each part one by one. Fit in the drain strainer using a bit of plumbers putty to press and fixate it into position. Place and tighten the gaskets and flange and remove any excess putty. Next, install the mounting bracket for the garbage disposal and the faucet, following the instructions on how to properly fit it into the sink. Apply a silicone sealant around the edges and fit the sink into the opening. Tighten the screws or clips that are holding it in place and wipe away any excess sealant. Once that’s done, you can connect the supply lines and sprayer to the faucet, and attach the garbage disposal, connecting it to the discharge pipe and the drain pipes. One all of those steps are completed, you can turn on the water supply and check for leaks.