How hot is your water?

Hot water units store water at a minimum of 60 degrees celcius.

This water temperate can put you and your family at risk of being burnt or scalded every time you turn on the hot tap.

The installation of a tempering valve at your hot water unit reduces delivery temperature at each tap to 50 degrees, eliminating the risk of burning or scalding family members, especially young children and the elderly.


Experiencing a high gas bill?

A leaking gas line can go unnoticed as they are usually located under ground, within walls, under floors or in ceilings.

Our specialised equipment can identify if there is a gas leak at your house.

Once identified, appropriate measures can be taken to eliminate the risk of danger to you and your family.


Too much water pressure?

Mixer taps, flexible hose connectors and appliances such as your dishwasher and washing machine are only rated and warranted to a water pressure of 500kpa.

Most houses have a pressure much greater than this meaning a burst could occur at any time causing damage to your house and appliances!

The installation of a pressure reducing valve gives you the required pressure so that your taps, appliances and pipes have safe, trouble free operation for years.


If you have any questions or enquiries please feel free to contact us on the details provided below, or alternatively you can complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as possible

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PO Box 340, Moorabbin, 3189