24/7 Emergency Plumbing
 
 
 
 
 

Emergency Plumbing

 
Call us in any plumbing, drainage or gas fitting emergency and we'll be there to help save the day.

In what circumstances should I call an emergency plumber?
 
 
 
 
 
 
Burst Pipes - Backflow & TMV Southern Highlands in Southern Highlands in Robertson, NSW
 

Water Leaks

 
Damage from burst pipes can quickly cause significant damage to carpets and floors. Your first job is to switch off the water at the mains or turn off your pumps to the water tank. They are usually found near the water metre. Then call us on 0474 066 133.
 
 
 
 
Gas Leaks - Backflow & TMV Southern Highlands in Southern Highlands in Robertson, NSW
 

Gas Leaks

 
The smell of gas is an emergency! If you detect the smell of gas inside your home, you need to call a certified gasfitter immediately. At Pioneering Plumbing our licensed gasfitter will help you detect the source of the leak and undertake any necessary repairs.
 
 
 
 
 
Hot Water - Backflow & TMV Southern Highlands in Southern Highlands in Robertson, NSW
 

HOT WATER

 
If your business relies on hot water for hygiene purposes or it's during winter, no hot water constitutes an emergency. There are a number of reasons you may find yourself without a steady supply of hot water. If you haven't run out of gas and there's still electricity, this is a job for an experienced plumber.
 
 
 
 
Water Leaks - Backflow & TMV Southern Highlands in Southern Highlands in Robertson, NSW
 

BLOCKED DRAINS

 
Sometimes it can be difficult to determine where a leak is coming from. We have specialist equipment to measure moisture levels in floors and walls. Don't underestimate the damage water leaks can cause. It might start out as the odd drop but overtime it can rot timber and cause structural damage to your home.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

What should I do if I smell gas?

 
If you smell gas inside your home or office, the Australian Gas Network advise you to:

 
 
  • Immediately turn off all appliances & pilot lights
  • Turn off your gas supply at the metre
  • Open all doors and windows for ventilation
 
 
 
  • Contact a certified gasfitter, like Pioneering Plumbing
  • Don’t search for the leak yourself, using a naked flame or other source (yes, believe it or not, some people have tried this).
 
 
 
  • Refrain from switching on or off any lights, using your mobile phone or landline or using a torch—all of these may cause a spark and cause a gas fire.
  • Don’t light up a cigarette or lighter while waiting for your gasfitter to arrive