Glebe is located 3km south-west of Sydney CBD and is part of the inner west. Glebe’s name is resulted from the fact that the land was originally part of the property owned by the Anglican Church called a glebe as part of a land grant issued in 1790.
Glebe Point Road has developed into a wonderful opportunity for Sydney-siders to sample the delights of food from around the via the array of specialty shops, cafes and restaurants offering menus from all over the world like India, Italy , Indonesia, Nepal and Thailand. There is a market that is very popular with locals and visitors held each Saturday.
Glebe is home to Wentworth Park Greyhounds, three Universities and the NSW Coroner’s Court. Due to Glebe’s proximity to the city, many urban professionals have purchased homes that have needed renovations and have restored them to their former glory and beyond.
Plumber Glebe is an asset for anyone considering a home renovation. Plumbing is something that needs to be done correctly so that it can stand the test of time and won’t become a costly mistake in the future. We can safely and legally disconnect hot water systems so you can retile bathrooms or laundries and then assist you with plans to disconnect and possibly relocate plumbing fittings like bath tubs, toilets and wash basins.
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The butcher arrived early and began preparing for the day’s trade in Glebe. Today was grease trap cleaning day and it was not something he looked forward to. He understood that a grease trap is designed to catch and hold the grease from the preparation area and prevent it from travelling down the drain to the sewer lines but it was the smell.
The Glebe shop was busy as usual and his staff were working to serve all of the customers and continue to restock the display cases. The staff knew it was grease trap cleaning day and they were glad as they could smell an odour which meant that the drains needed cleaning. The pump truck arrived to pump out the grease from the grease trap and the plumber arrived not long afterwards. The shop relied on Your Neighbourhood Plumber burwood to carry out routine maintenance to guarantee the quality of the meat they supply to their customers and maintain their impeccable food safety record.
The Glebe plumber checked all of the drains in the bathrooms to ensure they were running clean, checked all the toilets flushed correctly and cleaned the drains in the shop and the kitchen sink to ensure that the waste water was escaping and the grease trap was doing its job.
At the end of the day he was able to give the butcher shop drains a clean bill of health and confirmed the next scheduled cleaning.
For few hours of inconvenience, the owner did everything practicable to avoid the need for an emergency call. He maintained his food safety record and adhered to his work place health and safety practises.
If you need help with a blocked drain in Glebe or to organise scheduled Glebe Drain Maintenance call today on 0422 002 871.
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Simon often used his rostered days off as his cleaning days. He often shared a laugh with his Mum over how domesticated he had become. He had lined up a heap of laundry as it was a nice sunny day in Glebe, perfect for washing. He also decided to vacuum and mop the floors with really hot water so he could enjoy the weekend with his mates up the coast surfing and not have to worry about coming home to a mess.He had put the first load of washing on and in the meantime vacuumed the floor of his unit. He even went to the extreme of sweeping the leaves off his balcony.
The washing machine beeped to indicate that it had finished the cycle. Simon went to empty the washing machine and he was standing in a puddle of warm water.He was quite surprised as to how much water was on the floor. He wasn’t quite sure if the washing machine was leaking. Since the washing had finished he grabbed the mop and tried to push all of the water down the floor drain and then he realized it wasn’t the washing machine leaking it was the hot water tank.
He ran upstairs and performed an internet search for a plumber in his area. He saw one called Your Neighbourhood Plumber Glebe so he called them and explained the problem with the leaking hot water tank. He was able to give the plumber some information from the old tank so the plumber arrived with a replacement tank already on his truck.
Upon his arrival he showed Simon where the problem was and explained that the tank had burst due to its age. Simon was happy that he had made the decision to call the Glebe Plumber as it was clearly not something that would fix itself. The Glebe plumber was able to drain and remove the burst hot water tank and replace it with a brand new one. By mid-afternoon there was a new tank in place and Simon had hot water available again.
If you need to replace a burst hot water tank in Glebe call us on 0422 002 871.
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Mel is a busy Mum of three children in Glebe and bath-time is always a nightmare. Her husband works shift work so she is often left home alone with the three kids and sometimes battle to get them to get ready for a bed. Today was her usual struggle. Her ten-year-old daughter had her shower with little fuss (thankfully); her seven-year-old son and her 5-year-old son shared a bath splashing around with bubbles everywhere. She was looking forward to putting them to bed so she could have a few minutes peace. Riley and Zac were making so much noise Mel was getting to the end of her tether. “Please boys just settle down you are giving Mum a headache.” She pleaded. The boys settled down a little and she dried off Riley and dressed him in his pyjamas for bed. Last one, Zac. Most kids are content to splash about with bubbles but curious Zac decided to liven up his time in the bath, and poked his finger in the plughole as the bath drained. “Don’t do that Zac, you’ll get your fingers stuck!” Mel exclaimed.She went to lift him out of the bath and her worst nightmare had become a reality, little Zac had indeed had his fingers stuck in the bath drain. Mel tried frantically to free his fingers however Zac kept trying to pull them out and they had become stuck fast. The bath was now empty, Zac was cold and trapped in the bath. Mel ran out to the phone and flicked through the phone book to find Your Neighbourhood Plumber Glebe. He was so nice on the last visit she decided to add his number to her phonebook. Mel relayed the drama to the plumber and he said he would get there as quickly as possible. The Glebe Plumber arrived and tried to free Zac’s fingers but had no luck. He then worked on removing the metal drain from the bath. He manage to remove the plug but Zac’s fingers were still stuck. Wrapped in a towel the headed to the kitchen where they continued to try and free Zac’s fingers from the plug. By applying a special lubricant to his finger, the plumber was able to eventually free the now distressed child. Mel was extremely grateful for the service provided by the plumber and was no looking after a little boy with a couple of swollen fingers. No matter what your Glebe Emergency is we are here to help. Call us on call 0422 002 871.
Earthenware pipes have been used for decades in Australia’s sewer system. These pipes are vulnerable to cracks due to ageing or earth movement from construction activities. Cracks allow wastewater to leak attracting tree roots, thereby damaging the pipes further which will eventually result to sewer clogs.
Traditionally, replacing damaged pipes would require excavation. Luckily, a new method of pipe rehabilitation is emerging which eliminates the need for removal of broken pipes. This trenchless rehabilitation method is called pipe relining.
Pipe relining involves coating the interior of a damaged pipe using a lining material made of polyester and fiberglass cloth. Unlike traditional methods of pipe repair, trenchless rehabilitation does not require excavation which offers a lot of benefits.
Reasons to Choose Pipe Relining Over Pipe Replacement
► Quick process – A pipe relining job can be completed within a day whereas traditional methods may take days or weeks to get the work done.
► Less disruptive – Since excavation is not required, it causes less to no disruption at all.
► Money savings – A ‘no-dig’ solution means increased savings for removing damaged pipes by excavation method. It also saves you money for restoring the landscape of your property.
► Life expectancy – The strength of the lining material is guaranteed to increase the life span of the pipe by up to 50 years!
► Protection – The coating creates a defensive shield that eliminates the need for regular maintenance. It also gives 100% protection against root tree intrusion since the product is joint-free.
When is pipe relining the best option?
Pipe Relining Process
The process of pipe relining can be done in four easy steps:
2. The damaged sewer pipe will be cleaned by high pressure water blasting. The water jetting machine is also capable of removing tree roots blocking the pipe. This step prepares the damaged pipe for the lining process.
3. A polymer resin is inserted into the pipe to patch the cracks or holes. An inflating device will bond the lining material to the damaged pipe. Then, the liner will be cured using hot air or steam. The curing process will take 2-3 hours or longer depending on the diameter of the damaged pipe.
4. Once the lining material hardens, a video inspection will be conducted again for quality control purposes. This will ensure that the lining material is properly bonded to the existing pipe.
Call us now on 0422 002 871 and our team of pipe relining experts will be happy to solve your drainage issue as soon as possible.