House and bathroom renovation
House 8 Years old, the customer kept getting blocked drains.
Plumber left the test plug used to test drain when first built inside the pipe.
Plumbing running backwards?
Customer allways wondered why his drains were so slow
A new Toilet connected with a storm water pipe.
This customers sewer tie was over 4 meters deep
Tree roots in the toilet line as it comes out of the house.
A huge Boomer hanged around all day in Hackett.
Evatt school toilet block which was constantly blocking up, riddled with tree roots, Haven't been back to this one for over 2 years
This certainly isn't installed correctly
Sign embedded in a wall I saw in the Philippines
Not much water could get through this storm water drain, riddled with tree roots over 4 meters long
Adding on a new ensuite.
2 new Bathrooms on a block of 11 unit at the Buddhist center in Lyneham
Suspended Drainage for a new bathroom upstairs in Griffith
Extra hand basins for some additional doctors rooms in Conder
Some pretty fancy plumbing here
This is actually a great idea, little bit hard to get the electric eel into the drain. Just make sure its overflow is 150mm below finished floor level inside the house.
Not looking while I was reversing and dropped the excavator down the hole.
Someone took the bath out and tiled over everything. Then this customer rented the house out to a young family with kids so we installed this free standing bath and tap. Looks fantastic.
Paint is not an approved water pipe insulation against the freezing mornings we get here in Canberra.
Me and my plumbing engineer are still complexed as to why some plumber put this extra connection between drain lines which are connected again 2 meters to the left of the picture. To some who know a little about plumbing rules, No is not a distance and venting issue.
Drinking fountains at a school
Infants drinking fountains and bottle re-filler
Bathroom and laundry renovation
After years and years of her garage being flooded out I certainly stopped that with this huge 200mm by 250mm channel.
Tree root have climbed all the way under the house to find water from a leaking shower.
It might of been a beautiful bathroom make over but unless you fix the pipes first it can be a total waste of money.
Standard toilet but too low for the older people in the house so raised it with this high seat they were so pleased with the result
Compression fittings or kincos joins under a house these hot water lines had been leaking for years with electrical bills around $7000 each year. Just don't do it to a customer