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Plumbing Jobs Often Become More Complicated Than They Seem

Despite the advanced technology nowadays, hot water safety is still a concern in Australia. Hot water must be stored at a minimum temperature of 60 degrees to remove the bacteria. We understand that each year, hot tap water causes serious scalds, severe injury and a source of tremendous pain, requiring multiple hospitalizations to numerous children and elderly or even disabled people. We advise you that the system will require to undergo inspections at least once a year by an expert in order to identify the issue before they occur into something more serious and at the same time it is less pricey to fix. Thanks to our licensed professional they will assure a safe home and peace of mind. Our expert offers to install a tempering valve to reduce the hot water in the bathroom but does not affect the temperature in other areas of the house and installing a thermostatic mixing valve to help deliver a hot water with safe temperature.

Specialised Training Makes Professional Plumbers the Right Choice

 

Because a building’s plumbing is a highly interconnected system, plumbers undergo a strict training program to make sure they know how to handle all the complications that can arise with various assignments before they go out on their first job. Even then, most plumbing professionals work under the supervision of a highly experienced plumber before they tackle even ‘easy’ jobs on their own.

Therefore, having a professional plumber on hand to troubleshoot any complications is a good idea, even for the most experienced DIYer. When you’ve exhausted your options and want to hire a local-area professional plumber for your Hot Water Safety project, don’t hesitate a moment longer. Complete an Enquiry Form today.