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Plumber Rosebery has been servicing Rosebery and the greater area of Sydney’s East for over 20 years. Our goal is to deliver our valued customers an assured professional service that is not only affordable but guaranteed to leave you satisfied 100% of the time. If you are a home or business owner and need a plumbing service carried out, get in touch with your local Plumber Rosebery today.
The services Plumber Rosebery offer include:
Leaks can happen anywhere at any time causing hundreds and even thousands of litres of water lost. By using innovative and non-invasive technology we find leaks and fix them fast.
Our highly skilled plumbers use a CCTV Drain Camera and a High Pressure Water Jetter to aid in both determining the cause of the blockage as well as clearing it out.
Problems with your hot water system? We are well versed in all hot water systems as well as repairs and maintenance.
To pass the water bill onto tenants, a property must be water efficient. Our plumbers will test your property for efficiency and either give you a certificate or remedy the problem areas, so you can be certified.
A backflow device or an RPZ valve protects your drinking water and the city’s water supply from becoming contaminated.
Rosebery has a postcode of 2018 and a population of 10,117. This suburb was named after Archibald Phillip Primrose, the fifth Earl of Rosebery and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom after his visit to Australia in 1884. Rosebery was once the site of Rosebery Racecourse which was originally a pony track, the site was then later used for an army camp during World War II and after the war it became a track for the Sydney Turf Club.
Rosebery is home to a mix of residential, commercial and industrial developments but as of late, it is being redeveloped as high-density housing to fill the need of the expanding city. Turruwul Park is in the middle of the suburb and is bounded by Harcourt Parade and Hayes Road, the smaller Crete Reserve is at the southern end of Rosebery.