• Plumbers Seaton

    No matter how big or small your plumbing job is, you can call the Fawcett team. We can come out to your home in Seaton (5023) 24/7. We’ve worked with both domestic and commercial clients for over 27 years. During this time, we’ve learned a lot about general plumbing and how water systems should function.

    Our plumbers are professional, knowledgeable and friendly – with expert equipment to match. If you need help with any sort of plumbing issue, give us a call today on 1300 329 238.

  • Emergency 24-hour plumbing

    We’re all going to need an emergency plumber at one stage or another. A blocked drain. A burst pipe. A toilet that won’t flush. These things can wreak havoc in your home – but not if you have a Fawcett plumber on hand. The minute you spot an issue, one of our expert plumbers can quickly resolve it.

    We can help you with:

    • Blocked drains
    • Burst pipes
    • Leaking taps
    • Broken toilets
    • Gas fitting
    • Tapware and bathroom.

    If it runs on water, we can fix it!

  • Blocked drains

    One of the most common issues we see every day is blocked drains. While you may not think it’s a big deal, trust us, it is. We’ve seen some pretty hectic water damage, caused by what seemed like a simple blockage.

    Clogged drains normally occur due to debris, hair, sanitary products and other materials. At Fawcett, we use a drain camera and hydorjet. We’ve got a special on at the moment, so chat to us today if you’re having drain issues.

  • Hot water

    Choosing the right water storage heater is important. On one hand, you don’t want to run out of water, but you also don’t want to heat more than you need – then you’re just paying for water even when it’s not being used. Let’s go through selecting the right hot water system for your needs. We’ll be able to help you with this process, but it’s good to know these key points.

    • Storage hot water heaters are sized according to household size. The more people, the larger your storage tank will need to be. 
    • Continuous flow or instantaneous systems are sized according to the number of hot water outlets in the home, rather than the number of people.  
    • Solar water heaters are sized according to the number of people in the household. The more people, the larger the storage tank and the more solar collectors required.

    Electric, gas and solar systems work differently. We can find the best solution for you.