Euro Plumbing Ltd Plumbing, Gasfitting And Drainlaying Thu, 22 Feb 2018 20:48:41 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Plumbing the Auckland Eastern and Isthmus Suburbs Fri, 09 Feb 2018 22:45:09 +0000 NO CALL OUT CHARGE BETWEEN THE 15th FEBRUARY and 15th MARCH*.

Euro Plumbing is all about service and client satisfaction! Our HQ is based right in the middle of Auckland’s Eastern suburbs and as such we want to offer local residents special rates for the upcoming few weeks!

Eastern suburbs include:

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Mission Bay
Glen Innes
Saint Heliers
Point England
Saint Johns
Mellons Bay

If your suburb is one of the above or nearby, you can look forward to a NO CALLOUT charge between Feb 15th and March 15th*.

If you are not familiar with our rates, please compare plumbing prices for more information.

We pride ourselves with client satisfaction and regardless of how hard this may get at times we always endeavour to accomplish the same end result which is a job well done and client satisfaction.

To achieve this communication is essential to meet all your expectations. With Euro you are getting more than a “plumbing job”. You are getting loyalty, fairness and great services in one package.

If you have a plumbing job minor or large, why not take advantage of this no-callout offer and test how it feels like to be a Euro Customer. Give us a ring today on 0800 TEAM EURO

*During Business Hours Only

Installation Of A Smeg Gas Hob Wed, 11 Oct 2017 23:45:29 +0000 This is a recent gas installation we did for a returning customer of ours. Previously we had installed a Rheem 27 LPG unit for him, and now he wished to upgrade to a Smeg gas hob with the installation of his new kitchen.

The customer supplied the Smeg 90cm wide cooker to be installed. These units are an excellent choice if you are looking to convert to gas cooking or want to upgrade your hob. Being a gas hob and oven combo means it will cover all your cooking needs while saving on energy costs. It sports the following features:

  • Energy Rating A
  • EAN13: 8017709121419
  • Satin stainless steel, fingerprint proof
  • 8 functions
  • 126 litre capacity
  • Four cooking levels
  • Digital clock
  • Manual or programmable cooking
  • Minute minder
  • Door double glazed, thermo-reflective
  • Forced air door cooling
  • Safety-notch trays and shelves
  • 41 litre full-width storage compartment

In order to install this unit, our gasfitter installed a new gas bayonet connection and hooked up the Smeg cooker. Once installed, the gas inlet was tested at 2.65kpa.

What are some reasons you would consider converting to a gas hob? Gas hobs provide many benefits over electric ovens, including:

  • Heat up quickly
  • Heat changes quickly – when you turn it off, it’s off.
  • Fine control over heat
  • Shorter time to reach cooking temperature
  • Can be used with any type of pan
  • Cheaper to run than electric

Are you thinking about converting to a gas hob? Talk to us today about gas fitting for your home!





24 Hour Emergency Plumbers Tue, 10 Oct 2017 23:17:57 +0000 You may have found yourself with a plumbing emergency in the middle of the night and know the stress that this can cause. What do you do if you wake up in the night to find a pipe leaking or an overflowing toilet?

Plumbing emergencies can be a very stressful situation, especially if  you have not dealt with one before. Luckily for you, we can help you to solve any plumbing emergency you may find yourself facing, night or day.

Our 24 hour plumbing emergency service is Auckland wide and will ensure that no plumbing issue you have goes unattended. We cover the following:

  • Blocked toilets
  • Burst pipes
  • Leaking pipes
  • No hot water
  • Burst or broken hot water cylinders
  • Leaking or faulty gas
  • Leaking roof or gutterings
  • Blocked drains

Our team of emergency plumbers have been trained and are very skilled in handling emergency situations, understanding the urgency of the job and posses the knowledge to handle the task. No matter whether it’s plumbing, drainage or gas, we have a specialist that can help!

If you are facing a plumbing emergency, what is the first thing you should do?

First of all, DON’T PANIC! A lot of people go into a frenzy and can’t think clearly. Keep a cool head and follow these steps:

  1. Turn off the water supply – Find the quickest water supply to the leak and turn of the water. If you are dealing with a toilet, this could be the valve at the base or behind the commode. If the issue is larger, it may be a good idea to turn of the mains water supply. Most valves turn off by turning clockwise
  2. Check your hot water cylinder or water heater – If you have a big issue, it is a good idea to turn off the water heater. This is prevent the unit from getting damaged. If you leave the heater on, the heat inside could well up, and this raises the risk or it bursting or overheating. For gas units, always turn the gas off first.
  3. Deal to small leaks – If you can find a small leak and you believe you can stop it, do so. It may help to put towels around leaking pipes, or buckets under the drip to prevent damage to your floors. Let your plumber known about these leaks when they arrive. This will not only save time but ensure the issue is dealt with in the safest order.
  4. Remove leftover water – After the water is turned off, there will still be water in your pipes that will continue to leak in the problem area. This water can be moved away by opening any taps on the outside of your home. Make sure the garden hose is clear too by giving it a spray. If you experience a blockage, try using a plunger but do not use any chemicals.
  5. Call the plumber – This really should have been done by now, but if you are like many people and forgot to call during all this, now is the time to pick up the phone and dial. Calling before you try to deal with the problem is a good idea because the person on the phone may be able to advise you on what to do best.

If you find yourself with a plumbing emergency, call us now on 0800 832 638!

Food Disposal Unit Reviews Mon, 25 Sep 2017 01:58:20 +0000 Food disposal units can be handy to have in the kitchen sink. If you are sick of your sink clogging with vegetable scraps every time you wash the dishes or peel a carrot or potato, one of these units could be your solution.

What should you look for in a food disposal unit?
One of the first things to consider is the power of the unit. Power will make a big difference in both the performance and durability of the unit. They typically range from 1/3 horsepower at the lower end up to 1 horsepower for the higher end units.

Investing in a unit that has at least 1/2 horsepower will ensure that it performs reliably, especially if you intend on putting bones and hard food scraps down the sink. A lower power unit will do a poor job of grinding these scraps up, and will be more likely to clog waste pipes as a result. They also won’t last as long as the higher power units.

Higher power units will grind almost anything, and some even have multiple stages to ensure everything is ground down finely. Quality units also do their job quietly, providing the minimum amount of disturbance for you at home.

What are some pros and cons of food disposals?
The pros of these units are generally pretty obvious. They make quick work of getting rid of food wastes and generally get them out of your hands immediately with no further work for you. However, as with everything, they can come with a price.

Food disposals can be hard on a septic system because they expel waste that is difficult for the microorganisms in the tank to digest. This can mean issues over time with your septic tank and drainage system. Some units have methods to prevent this effect, such as microorganisms you insert into the disposal unit to deal with the waste before it reaches the tank.

It is also thought that using a food disposal unit leads to water waste, since you have to run water which disposing of the scraps for the system to work.

So you’ve decided to go for a food disposal unit. Which units should you look at?

The top 3 rated food disposal units are:

Waste King Legend 8000

This unit packs a punch with a 1HP motor to tackle even the toughest food scraps that get thrown down your sink. Operating at a very impressive 2800 RPM, it will grind down just about anything. This is a heavy duty unit which has had reports from customers of over a decade of heavy use and still going strong. Some of the features it boasts are:

  • 1.0 horsepower motor
  • Lfetime in-home service warranty by Waste King
  • Lifetime corrosion warranty
  • Stainless steel grind components
  • Continuous feed units
  • EZ sink mount system that provides a no-hassle installation
  • Removable splash guard
  • Safe for properly sized septic tanks
  • 90cm power cord included


InSinkErator Evolution Compact 3/4 HP

If you need to fit your food disposal into a tight space, this is the unit for you. Created for smaller households and families who don’t cook as much, this little 3/4HP unit is still strong enough to deal with tough scraps from potato peels to bones. It has the following features:

  • Two stages of grind allowing you to insert tough food scraps such as bones.
  • About 40% quieter than a standard disposer
  • Vibration-free when in operation
  • 1L capacity chamber that is made of stainless steel for added durability.
  • 4-year in-home limited warranty
  • A sink mount that allows for easy installation and replacement
  • Wall switch activation making it easy to operate


InSinkErator Evolution Septic Assist 3/4 HP

This unit is the unit to use if you have a septic system at your home and want to use a food disposal unit. Equipped with a natural enzyme treatment which safely releases bacteria to help food waste break down and keep everything in working order, it will ensure that there is no effect to your septic system. It sports the following features:

  • A Bio-Charge cartridge containing over 300 million enzyme-producing micro-organisms that get injected into the garbage disposal each time it operates
  • Two stages of grinding that will chew up tough items such as bones
  • One of the quietest noise levels when in operation
  • Vibration-free when in operation
  • 3/4 horsepower motor
  • 1.2L capacity chamber that is made of stainless steel for added durability
  • A sink mount that allows for easy installation and replacement
  • Wall switch activation making it easy to operate

We recently installed a food disposal for one of our customers. The unit was an InSinkErator Emerson E20 which the customer supplied for us to install. When installing a new unit, you should always flood test waste pipes and run the new unit.

Do you want to get a food disposal installed in your home? Get in contact with us today to get your disposal system up and running.

Unlicensed Tradesmen Are Causing Problems In Auckland Building Boom Tue, 12 Sep 2017 20:41:10 +0000 Lately there has been an influx of a new type of tradesman in Auckland – Fix it men.

Who are these guys? They are not your typical handy men. Rather, they are tradesmen who specialise in fixing the mistakes and errors of others, namely cowboys, who were hired to do a job and screwed it up.

This has become so abundant that now there is an investigation unit specifically for tracking down these “cowboys” who do shoddy work. Jayson Thomas is the manager of this investigative unit, who work for the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board. Being a  former policeman, he is now the head of a small team of six investigators and technical advisers.

These guys specialise in investigating shoddy work, tracking down the trademen responsible, and ensuring action is taken. They particularly target unlicensed tradesmen and tradesmen who have let their licenses lapse, and inexperienced tradesmen who should be supervised but are often not.

It’s through this investigating that they discovered this new group of guys going around fixing botched jobs who unlucky home owners have paid for then had to pay to have it fixed. And it’s a rampant problem. Jayson Thomas comments:  “I have spoken to people who recently have ceased to do any commercial work themselves. Instead, they just do maintenance work – but what that really means is they go behind the people who are doing the original work and do fix-ups.

“For one of the guys I spoke to, that was his entire business – fixing other people’s shoddy work – and he was absolutely flat out. It is one measure of just how many cowboys there are out there these days.”

 The main reasons for this issue are the abundant building demands in areas such as Auckland and Queenstown, and earthquake effected areas such as Christchurch. People saw the opportunity to make easy money and started offering services for which they were untrained and unqualified.

Prosecutions against the cowboys are on the rise, as methods of tracking them down improve. There is now even an app, Report A Cowboy (RAC) which was launched last year and is downloadable from the PGDB website. There were 126 complaints made through the app last year and 15 so far this year, and over 10,000 downloads of the app. And just under half the complaints involved allegedly unregistered plumbers.

Thomas and his investigators can then investigate projects where they have heard unlicensed operators may be doing illegal work. Because of such high demand for building work, there is strong pressure for contractors, which can lead to using unregistered tradesmen. What then happens in contractors hire unlicensed workers to keep up with demand, or gain an exemption to have unlicensed workers work under close supervision of a licensed tradesman.

However, the reality is that the tradesman is often on another job trying to keep up with demand, leaving the workers on their own,  who don’t know what they are doing and can cause absolute disaster.

So far the worst case Thomas has seen was in Christchurch on a drainlaying job which went horribly wrong. The unlicensed workers had over-excavated the site, which meant the homeowners couldn’t lay the tar-sealed driveway they wanted but had to pay out for a much more expensive reinforced concrete drive.

To make matters worse, the work meant the homeowners couldn’t use their shower or toilet. The tradesman then told them to use the neighbour’s, but the neighbours were also unable to use their toilet.

“There was a part-timer and a first-year apprentice in charge of the job – the main guy spent most of his time at another site; this job was so bad the tradies got in to fix things said originally they didn’t want to touch it.”

These are exactly the types of situations you want to avoid. By using registered plumbers, gas fitters and drainlayers, you ensure that you won’t be met with a nightmare like this, and will have someone who knows what they are doing on the job.

We at Euro Plumbing are a team of fully qualified and registered tradesmen. When you call us, you can be sure you are not only getting someone who is legally allowed to do work on your home but the best in the business.

Why You Should Never Hire A Cowboy Wed, 23 Aug 2017 02:36:37 +0000 An interesting article was recently published on the Herald entitled “Top reasons never to hire a cowboy”. This is a very interesting article which directly talks about the plumbing industry and is something everyone should read.

This article covers the topic of why you should always hire a registered plumber and covers many key areas on the subject. Firstly, why would anyone hire someone who is not a plumber? As stated in the article, “Plumbers, drainlayers and gasfitters can be hard to find when you need them – and there’s another guy offering the job done at a much cheaper rate.” So why is this such a bad thing?

First and foremost is that it is illegal. Quoting from the article, “by law, homeowners and landlords must hire authorised plumbers, gasfitters and drainlayers for a wide range of restricted tasks. That’s because, as Sawyers says, what often seem simple tasks are actually complicated when it comes to tapping into plumbing and gasfitting systems.” Plumbing, gas fitting and drainlaying is a very intricate field which requires extensive knowledge. Everyone who works  as a plumber, gas fitter or drainlayer has to go through years of training to get registered before they are allowed to do the work. Not just anyone can do a bit of plumbing here and there.

This article points to what can happen if an unregistered plumber does plumbing work, such as hefty fines, invalidating insurance and the potential for things to go very wrong when things aren’t done right, which can result in very expensive repairs. This is all something every home owner should know before they need work done.

Read the full article here.


Central Heating Boiler Repair And Replacements Mon, 07 Aug 2017 01:51:49 +0000 Let’s face it – the last thing you want to have happen in this cold weather is to have your Central Heating give up the ghost! As Murphy’s Law would have it – you are more likely to have an issue with your central heating in the middle of winter when you really need to be warm than in the middle of summer when central heating is a distant memory.

When it all goes wrong and you’re wondering what on earth to do – what can you expect from a central heating boiler service from Euro Plumbing? Well first of all, servicing is just one of the many services that Euro Plumbing can provide for you as a home owner with central heating. Along with servicing, we also can troubleshoot, provide maintenance, complete gas repairs and fix and upgrade most boilers that are available in New Zealand.

However, back to servicing – what can you expect?

First, Euro Plumbing staff take pride in making sure that they treat your home just as if it were their own. Then, the service will start with a visual check to make sure that the boiler, associated pipework and flue are installed and positioned correctly. The general operation of the boiler is then observed and a check for correct ventilation is also carried out if required.

We will then remove the boiler casing to take a look at its components. The boiler will be checked that it is working safely and efficiently. Your service will include:

> A visual inspection
> Testing of values and controls
> Flue gas analysis
> Efficiency analysis
> Burning tests
> Professional clean of fan and flue (or other elements as needed)
> Electrical test
> Full flush and replacement of water and inhibitor
> Test and commission.

Your technician will tell you if the boiler does not meet any relevant building and gas safety regulations. Euro Plumbing take pride in making sure we explain any repairs or maintenance work that needs to happen and ensure that any parts used are genuine parts matched to your boiler.

How much time does a service take? Most boiler services last around half an hour. If you are happy with every element of the service your technician has carried out, then we will ask you to sign a job sheet confirming such.

Finally, we will fill in the boiler service record which is part of the installation and service manual. This document is needed if you ever need to book a repair visit whilst your boiler is in warranty.

What if issues are found during your service that require replacements to be made? Euro Plumbing will only ever advise that replacements should be made when your boiler is no longer safe to keep operating or if the components are irreparable. We have access to all major brands of boilers in New Zealand and will advise you of the costs involved, and give you all options so you can make the choice that fits in-line with your budget.

Often, homeowners will know that there is an issue with their central heating but won’t know to what extent the issues are. Recently, we were asked to investigate issues with underfloor heating not working at a customer’s home. On arrival, we found that the flow and return was not correctly piped out to the first manifold. On top of this, the tempering valve was faulty and missing parts. We fired both boilers up and all seem to be working well and heating up water to 3rd manifold that had no issues.

After compiling the issues and advising our customer we prepared a quote for changing the over flow and return to one manifold. It was agreed that we would replace one tempering valve on a separate manifold.

And we had another happy Euro Plumbing customer enjoying their underfloor heating again.

No matter what kind of central heating system you have in your home or workplace, Euro Plumbing are equipped to provide you with full troubleshooting, servicing, maintenance and replacement options. Even if you have not used Euro Plumbing before for your central heating or plumbing needs, give us a call on 0800 TEAM EURO and see how we can assist in keeping you warm and cosy this winter!

Replacing Low To Mains Water Pressure. Wed, 28 Jun 2017 22:10:24 +0000 If singing in the shower is your thing but you’re forced to yelp, shriek or slam up against the shower walls every time someone else in the house flushes the toilet or turns on a tap in another room, you probably have a low pressure hot water cylinder. As pleasant and necessary as a hot shower is, there is nothing more unwelcome than receiving a blast of cold water from your shower head!

If this scenario is all too familiar it is highly likely that you are experiencing either low or unequal pressure from your taps. This happens when your hot and cold taps do not receive equal pressurisation. This usually means that your hot water pressure is lower than the cold water you receive from the main water supply. If your hot water pressure is loaded between 10 & 50kPa then this will be the reason you have no consistency with your hot water.

Most new homes are built with mains water pressure for hot and cold water, however New Zealand still has a large number of homes that were built around 20 years and older that still have their hot water supplied using a low pressure hot water.

It is not difficult to double check what kind of pressure your hot water tank is set at. The easiest way for you to determine if you have Low or Mains water pressure in your home is to look at your hot water cylinder. If it is a mains hot water cylinder – this will be clearly marked on the side with “Mains Pressure”. If you search and can’t find any sign of this marking, then you are likely to have a low pressure water cylinder if is more than 20 years old, if you have a very weak shower or significantly lower pressure at the hot taps compared to the cold, or if you have a header tank in your roof cavity or a valve vent coming out the top of your roof, you are guaranteed to have a low pressure water cylinder.

On a whole, people do not like change. So why consider changing from a low pressure water cylinder to a mains pressure water cylinder? Well, over time, research and development at the cylinder companies never stops. There is such competition that the big brands are forever striving to one-up their competitors and this means that for you, the consumer, you get the best of front-runner technology when you switch to the latest in mains pressure water cylinders.

A mains pressure water cylinder will allow you to experience almost instantaneous delivery of high pressure hot water. There is a consistency with the hot water flow – you do not need to let the hot tap run for a while to heat up or to get a constant flow. If you are in the shower hoping to enjoy a hot shower then you can sing to your hearts content and no one flushing a toilet in another room, or turning on a tap is going to interrupt or destroy your bathing rituals.

For the installer – your plumber – mains water cylinders do not require the same size of pipes as low pressure water cylinders. This means that less room is needed to install a mains pressure water cylinder due to them having much smaller diameter pipework requirements.

Efficiency and capacity are both areas that manufacturers have put a lot of development time into. The older hot water cylinders do not hold the same volume of hot water that modern hot water cylinders can do. Most mains hot water cylinders now have a capacity of 180 litres or higher.

If you are looking to upgrade your low pressure water cylinder, then you will be pleased to know that mains water pressure cylinders are compatible with the latest of tapware on the market. As low pressure cylinders become less and less popular, their ability to function correctly with the latest mixers and tapware wanes. This means that if you invest in new bathroom or kitchen faucets, they may not work at all with an old style low pressure water cylinder or you could receive unequal pressure from your new fancy tapware.

The benefits of upgrading your home from low pressure to a mains pressure water cylinder are many. Generally, the upgrade is a straightforward procedure that your plumber will be happy to complete for you.

Europlumbing installed a new Rheem Mains Pressure water cylinder in a client’s home. As you can see from the pictures, the new style Mains pressure water cylinders are much taller than the older style short and squat shaped cylinders – hence having a much bigger capacity – and the foot print of the cylinder is much smaller which allows you to gain space in your home for shelving or a cupboard, which can be a real bonus in older homes where design did not allows allow for good storage.

So, whether you are looking to renovate, titivate, upgrade or are looking for options for a new build, consider moving to a mains pressure hot water system. Call Europlumbing today on 0800 832638 and discuss your options with us!

Directional Drilling By Euro Plumbing Sun, 28 May 2017 21:19:02 +0000 Hearing the saying, “Spring has Sprung” conjures images in your mind of yellow daffodils, warmer weather and baby animals on the farms and in the pet stores. Hearing that a spring has sprung under your house leaves you with nothing but nightmares!

Euro Plumbing was asked to come to a home that, unfortunately, had had a natural spring start up under its foundations. Leaving water under and around your foundation can cause numerous problems and requires immediate attention. Not only can stagnant water create health problems and bad musty smells but the pressure of having water between your footers and basement can cause cracks and weaknesses to appear.

Unlike when your planned plumbing system springs a leak, if you have a water table issue or a spring develops under your home, how do you get to the source when you have a large building over the top of it? You can’t just dig a hole or trench around the outside of the building and hope that it will have some effect. This is where you need to call in plumbing specialists who have directional drilling equipment and experience.

Directional drilling allows underground pipes to be laid by using a specialised drilling rig. The path used for installing the pipes is usually a shallow arc shape controlled by a computer program. Directional drilling is used in situations that do not allow for traditional excavation methods or when you do not want large impact to affect the surrounding areas.

You are not restricted to only one option of piping that can be used with the directional drilling rig either. Pipe can be made of PVC, polyethylene, polypropylene iron or steel. One of the many benefits to using directional drilling is that the rig has different types of heads that can be used and this means that the rig is able to operate through a variety of substrates.

The site that Euro Plumbing was called to saw us set up our directional drilling rig out on the road. The home had been built and had been standing for many decades with no issue, however a natural spring had found a weakness in the ground and water had started flooding under the basement putting increasing pressure on the foundations and creating health issues for the owners.

Once the rig was in place, the directions were set so that the head created an arc through the yard and underneath the foundations of the house to the source of the spring. By following the information on DigiTrak® transmitters, Euro Plumbing was able to read information from the drill head such as pitch, roll, depth, and temperature. Drill stem sections were then inserted into the rig and pushed through the substrate to the source. Once at the source of the water, the stem sections were shackled to a chain and pulled back out to the rig on the roadside. This allowed for a tunnel to be left open in the substrate so that the drainage piping could then be inserted back through the tunnel to the source.

Putting permanent drainage in place allows for the storm water issues to be alleviated.

By the end of the project, Euro Plumbing was able to drain approximately 240cm of water from the basement and under the foundations of the home and install a suitable drainage solution for future water issues. Whereas the owners of this home were quoted around $120k to complete this work, Euro Plumbing were able to provide a fully articulated quote for much less and the work was completed on time and with minimal disruption to the owners or landscape.

So if you find your home suffering from an increased water table, localised flooding from the persistent downpours New Zealand seems to be getting of late or a spring has sprung in an unwanted location, give Euro Plumbing a call and we will provide you with the best solution to remove your unwanted water. No matter if the solution is easy or if it requires our directional drilling services, Euro Plumbing can get you dry and comfortable again.

Plumbing Around The North Shore Tue, 25 Apr 2017 21:09:10 +0000 Water! Water everywhere! And not a drop to drink!

So you’ve got a leak and need a good plumber? Euro Plumbing are the company for you! Euro Plumbing has experienced exponential growth in the past year and we are now making our presence known throughout New Zealand.

One of our highest demand places is Auckland, but not to fear! Euro Plumbing has a dedicated team based on the North Shore waiting to assist you with you leaks, drips, dribbles, puddles, new connections and repair work.

Euro Plumbing is unique in the breadth of expertise it can bring to a project. Whether it’s plumbing, solar heating, drainlaying, gas fitting, underfloor or central radiator heating, Euro Plumbing can do more for you. One of the most recognisable reasons Euro Plumbing has experienced growth is due to the quality of its team members. Euro Plumbing demonstrates an industry-leading ability to provide innovative solutions when faced with difficult installations or economies of scale.

With the ever constant changing of rules, regulations and by-laws, choosing the right company for your plumbing job is vital. You need a company that is at the top of their game and have the staff training, qualifications and expertise to complete your job to satisfaction. Euro Plumbing are Auckland City council and Watercare approved and certified, this alone provides an added layer of protection for you as a consumer as you can rest assured that our work is recognised by these government run entities.

If you are based in Albany, Browns Bay, Chatswood, Devonport, Forrest Hill, Glenfield, Hillcrest, Long Bay, Mairangi Bay, Northcote, Rosedale, Oteha, Pinehill, Sunnynook, Takapuna, Unsworth Heights, Waiake, or literally any of the suburbs in between, Euro Plumbing can assist!

Although based on the North Shore our team are happy to travel to the top of Rodney district to as far north as Warkworth to help you with your plumbing needs.

No matter what your job is, big or small, Euro Plumbing can do them all. We have a $10 Million public liability and are members of the Master Plumbers Association giving you peace of mind that if anything goes wrong you are well looked after.

Euro Plumbing can provide you with a complete range of residential and commercial plumbing services. If you are facing a repair job, a new connection or even need a plumbing detective to come and locate the source of your plumbing problem, Euro Plumbing are the plumbers for you!

To book a plumber for the North Shore, get in contact with us today on 0800 832 638.