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Welcome to iPlumbers’ service plan page – We have decided that we have been up to our knees in it too many times – with flooded houses and backed up drains flowing out the door – so we decided to do something about it… A neglected and forgotten plumbing system can cause extensive damage to …
20 May 2020 This year’s New Zealand Master Plumber of the Year was awarded to iPlumber in Hamilton. The award recognises a Master Plumbers member that demonstrates exceptional business acumen and drive for success. Congratulations to company director Jamin Saes and the team at iPlumber! Winners of the 2020 New Zealand Plumbing Awards were announced …
Recently iPlumber had the opportunity to work on an unusual and interesting custom plumbing project. Our client needed two fully self contained site offices, with kitchenette, toilet, and hand basin. The offices and ablutions needed to be portable and self contained as it was to be dropped on a remote site location, and able to …
From complying with the law to keeping your family safe, here’s why it’s important to get your DIY carried out by a qualified tradie.
A wood fire is still a great way to heat the home and everyone who has one will say that there is nothing quite like it. Read on to find out why you need a wood-burning fireplace and how you can get one.
The Temperature Pressure Relief Valve and Cold Water Expansion valve are especially important for mains pressure cylinders, as it protects the hot water cylinder from excess pressures and temperatures by discharging water.
It is best to purge these valves every 6 – 12 months. If the water does not flow freely when the valve is opened it may be faulty or mean there is a problem with the system.
We can add this service to your household plumbing checklist, and price any repairs needed on the spot.
It is also a great idea to completely drain and flush out your hot water cylinder at least every 2 years to remove build up of heavy metals within the base.