Chris Litas and Chad Mainstone are your local plumbing and gas experts with over 18 years’ experience. They and their team pride themselves on their high-quality workmanship at an affordable price.
We would like to take this opportunity to update you about the measures we're taking to protect our customers and friends during this challenging time ahead:
The team at Litas Mainstone wishes you and your loved ones the very best of health. We’ll get through this together.
Chris Litas and Chad Mainstone have over 18 years’ plumbing experience and pride themselves on their high-quality workmanship and great customer service. The team at Litas Mainstone don’t charge a call-out fee, they just offer a wide range of home plumbing services at an affordable price, including same-day and emergency services.
Chris, Chad and their team are highly skilled plumbers, but believe that great customer service is just as important. They are reliable, courteous and friendly, and will always let you know when they are on their way to your home. They also clean up thoroughly when they have finished the job. This is why they get so many referrals from happy customers.
Chris and Chad are members of professional bodies such as Master Plumbers & Gas Fitters Association, as well as being approved Enviro West and Waterwise plumbers. This ensures that they are constantly informed and updated on new industry standards and best practices. They believe in using quality brands and the latest tools and materials on all of their jobs, and are committed to producing a high quality of work.
Plumbing and gas emergencies never seem to happen at convenient times, which is why Litas Mainstone provide a fast and reliable same-day and emergency service. Over the years they have come to the rescue of local residents to fix burst and blocked pipes, broken hot water systems, faulty taps and much more.
If you need an efficient, new hot water system, or need your old one repairing, call the team at Litas Mainstone. They can supply and install a new system to suit your budget, or service and repair your existing one. You can be sure that they will always give you honest advice and come up with the most cost-effective solution.
Dripping taps can waste up to 2000 litres of water per month, and leaking toilets are the most common cause of household water leaks, wasting up to 25 litres per day. Call Chris and Chad and they can make sure everything is working efficiently in your home, saving you money in the process.
We live in a busy world these days and it’s easy to ignore small problems like a leaking cistern or hammering pipes. The Litas Mainstone team can pop out and check any issues you might be concerned about, so small problems won’t turn into big, expensive ones.
If you’ve noticed a sudden drop in water pressure, then you could have a leaking or burst pipe. Burst pipes and leaks can cause a lot of damage quickly. The team at Litas Mainstone can check things out and make any repairs necessary.
No, it’s not some weird medical condition - we’re talking gas storage water heaters! A hot water anode (also known as a sacrificial anode) is essential for the long life of your hot water tank.
Here are 3 things to look out for if you have flexible braided hoses in your home (usually under bathroom and kitchen sinks).
Colder days and nights are fast approaching, and hot, relaxing showers are a must. But as temperatures drop, our hot water systems have to work harder than usual and the last thing you want is to wake up to a cold shower in the morning.
Our household taps work pretty hard, and we don’t even think about them until they start to malfunction. Here are a few warning signs that the taps need to be checked and possibly replaced.
A gas leak can be much harder to spot than a water leak, but there are signs to watch out for.
The drip, drip, drip of a leaking tap can be very annoying. But it's also wasting a precious resource and can increase your water bill substantially. Here are four common causes of leaking taps.
If there's water gushing out of a pipe, it's easy to see there's a problem! But what about those water leaks that are not so easy to spot?
Flushing your toilet, only to find the water rising back towards you is something you do not want to see! So, to reduce the risk of a blocked toilet there are certain things you should never flush.
Save money, keep plastic out of landfill and enjoy filtered water on tap.
We're still looking for that one local business to join Little Aussie's recommended business network. So to help you in the meantime, here are a few businesses near your home that you can choose from.