• About Fawcett Plumbing

    We’ve helped hundreds of businesses, homeowners and renters manage their plumbing needs, since 1989. When you come to us, you get the absolute best service – from our communication with you, to our workmanship and ongoing advice. We’re here to provide you with a fast and effective service that looks after all of your water needs. But don’t just take our word for it – let our reviews speak for themselves. Don’t avoid your plumbing issues any longer. That leaking tap. That loud toilet. That cold shower. We can fix it. We’ve got the trained team to help you.

  • Plumbing Craigmore

    Running a business is hard work. It’s your job to make sure everything is running smoothly. But your plumbing is probably the last thing on your mind. And that’s ok. We’re here to let you focus on what you do best, so we can too. When it comes to plumbing, we do it all. Blocked drains, leaking taps, burst pipes, hot water unit repairs and installations, toilet repairs and installations, gas appliance repairs, gas leaks, air conditioner repairs and installations, roofing and guttering, and renovations. No job is too small for us – and you can call us whenever you like, 24/7. If you run a business or live in Craigmore (5114, SA), get in touch on 1300 329 238. Our quotes are free!

  • How to tell if you need a new toilet

    Watch out for these warning signs. Your toilet might be telling you it needs to be replaced.

    • It’s overflowing

    This happens a lot. Your toilet can clog because there have been items flushed in there that shouldn’t have been. But it could just be because your toilet is old. Toilet technology has improved in recent years, so a clogged toilet may just mean it’s time to replace.

    • It’s constantly running

    No matter what you do, your toilet won’t stop running. It can be very frustrating. This typically means that the flapper is damaged or the float isn’t adjusted correctly.

    • It doesn’t flush well

    So you’ve flushed, but the bowl is still full. A clogged bowl or sewer lines may be the cause of this. Take a look in your tank to see if the water is filling up. A plumber can do this within minutes.

    There are other things that may cause a toilet to stop working. Leaks and strange sounds are other tell tale signs. Give us a call if you’re having any issues with your toilet.