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Emergency Plumbing Repair Kit

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We have prepared the ultimate DIY plumbing kit to help you fend for yourself in this difficult time of Covid-19 lockdown and beyond. With our instruction sheets included, and your free time, we challenge you to give those little plumbing repairs a go yourself!

  • Repair a dripping tap
  • Seal up a roof leak temporarily
  • Clear a blocked wastepipe
  • Repair your overflowing toilet cistern
  • Repair a leaking plastic waterpipe temporarily
  • Disconnecting or installing a dishwasher or washing machine
  • Install a new tap

As professional qualified plumbers that put our customers first, we have included instructions to help you through the tasks above.

Please read the Disclaimer below so you understand what sort of repairs can legally be done yourself.

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We are classed as an essential service for any plumbing, drainage and gasfitting that is immediately needed to maintain human health and safety at home or work.

  • This includes emergency work such as:
    The repair/replacement of hot water cylinders that have failed as the hot water will be required for sanitation purposes.
  • The unblocking and repair/replacement of sanitary waste pipes where there is an immediate threat to human health and safety.
  • The repair/replacement of water pipes where there is an immediate threat to human health and safety.
  • The repair/replacement of gas piping, fittings and appliance where there is an immediate threat to human health and safety.
  • And anything else where people might be at risk, or to keep an essential government service operating.

Disclaimer

The golden rule is that any work that involves sanitary plumbing or potable water supply must be carried out by a licensed plumber.

These include work such as

  • The installation of sanitary fixtures and appliances (e.g. toilets, sinks, showers)
  • The installation of the pipes and fittings that supply water to those sanitary fixtures and appliances
  • The installation of the associated traps, waste or soil pipes, ventilation pipes and overflow pipes connected with those fixtures

All Gasfitting work MUST be done by a certified gasfitter.

Clearing a drain blockage can be done by anyone, however, whenever a drain is opened up, altered, reconstructed, extended or repaired then this work can only be legally undertaken by a licensed drainlayer.

We highly recommend that any temporary repairs done by the homeowner, of leaking waterpipes, roof or guttering are checked by our team as soon as possible after the repair.

For more information go to: https://www.pgdb.co.nz/media/1137/what-plumbing-can-home-owners-do.pdf