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Leaks are unavoidable in all homes. It is a normal part of the maintenance of a house. Our plumbers are trained to fix all types of leaks as quickly and efficiently as possible.
If you suspect there is a leak somewhere in your home, we can help you find it and fix the problem. Watching your water meter and comparing it to previous bills will also help you determine if there is a leak in your home.
Faucet leaks are the usual obvious culprits and are not that hard to fix. But no matter how slow the drip is, remember that it can still waste water over time. One drop every two seconds will waste over 1,000 gallons of water per year. Sometimes when it’s a straightforward problem, you can try and fix the leak yourself. However, there are different types of faucets, and if you are not that familiar with them, then it is best to leave it to the professionals. This will ensure that the fix is repaired and there are no other damages to the property.
If you have a leak in your bathroom or kitchen, we have the technology to locate and repair it. We’re even able to locate leaks behind walls and under floorboards.
Leaking toilets, on the other hand, are usually silent and hard to find. Studies have shown that up to 35% of residential toilets has a leak. Sometimes the problem is noticeable, especially when you hear an unusual sound coming from your toilet. But other times, you’ll need to look for it.
There are several reasons why your toilet might leak. It may be a faulty supply line that has worn out over the years, allowing water to drip out. A broken toilet tank will cause a continuous leak, and sometimes the crack can be invisible especially if it’s really fine. It can also be things like a stuck flapper, which causes water loss, or faulty connections from worn out rubber linings. Or it can even be a faulty valve or a faulty float. Sometimes the accumulation of mineral deposits in toilet valves causes havoc in your toilet.
Whatever the reason is, wherever the leak is, Coolibah Plumbing is ready to help.
What our clients have to say
I thought we had a serious plumbing issue so I contacted your company. From the time I called to the time the technician arrived was right around 2 hrs! Your plumber diagnosed the problem immediately, it was nothing more than we needed to run the water in an unused shower every so often – I was expecting to be charged with a service call fee, this was not the case. I was blown away by the timeliness with which the plumber arrived, the expertise, and the courtesy of your plumber and Coolibah Plumbing. I definitely recommended them and will absolutely use them for any future needs.
Natalie from Bondi