Andrew is your local expert plumber with over 14 years' experience. Waterline Plumbing and Gas is a small, family business and Andrew prides himself on being honest, friendly and polite - with no call out fee.
The safety and well-being of customers is our priority and we’d like to let you know about the protective measures we're taking during these challenging times.
The team at Waterline Plumbing wishes you and your loved ones the very best of health. We’re all in this together, and together we’ll get through it.
Andrew Butterworth from Waterline Plumbing and Gas has over 14 years’ experience in the plumbing and gas industry. He provides a wide range of home plumbing services, from fixing a dripping shower to a major burst pipe repair. This is a family business and Andrew prides himself on always giving honest advice. He’ll never carry out any work unless it is absolutely necessary.
Andrew believes in offering high quality workmanship along with fair prices. Amazingly, he doesn’t charge a call out fee and quotes on the whole job, rather than charging an hourly rate. This way you know exactly how much the job will cost, in advance. Andrew also guarantees to beat any written quote for plumbing services by 10%.
Andrew is highly skilled and prides himself on being trustworthy, friendly and polite. He aims to always be on time, but will let customers know if he is running late for any reason. He will also leave your home clean and tidy after he has finished the job.
A dripping tap can waste up to 2,000 litres of water per month. This is water you are paying for, so your money is literally going down the drain. Andrew will fix any dripping taps or leaking cisterns quickly and easily, so you can spend your hard-earned money on other things.
An average household can use around 25 per cent of its total energy on heating water, so it's really important to have the most efficient gas heating system to suit your needs. Andrew can come and check your existing water heater and advise the best course of action. He can repair and/or service your existing system, or supply and install a new one – whichever is the most cost-effective for you.
Everyone seems to be busier than ever these days and it’s easy to ignore small problems like a leaking cistern or hammering pipes. Unfortunately, small problems can often turn into big ones which can be expensive to put right.
Call Andrew and he’ll visit your home to check out any small issues you might be concerned about. This way small problems will disappear and you don’t have to worry!
Call Andrew for a free quote on 0450 334 373
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