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Plumbing problems come far and wide. The idea of “plumbing” probably brings up the image of your local plumber out to do home repairs. But what about the more complex tasks, in which plumbing is part of the overall planning? If you’d like to start a partnership with a local plumbing contractor for processes like draining and gas fitting, or need commercial plumbing services in the Central Coast, get in touch with our contractors at Wide Plumbing.

There’s a key difference to be had between ordinary plumbers and plumbing contractors. For everyday repairs such as for leaking faucets, clogged drains, or burst pipes, having a local plumber on standby is already of great assurance. But if the plumbing services you need are geared more toward remodeling, reconstruction, or renovation, it’s time to get in touch with an experienced plumbing contractor.

A plumbing contractor can take on the more complicated tasks pertaining to water supply, waste disposal, septic systems, and gas connections and flues. As per the government of New South Wales, a plumbing contractor is required to carry a licence before spearheading any plumbing, draining, or gas fitting work in the state, regardless of the scale and the cost of the work.

We follow the law and we hold our plumbing contractors to a high standard. If you’re looking for a licensed plumbing contractor to do residential, commercial, or industrial work in the Central Coast area, get in touch with Wide Plumbing. You can trust us to supply the professionalism, experience, and best pricing range for the job. Call us at (614) 392 7731 or email us at to get to know the types of work we contract, and our rates per service.


Our plumbing contractors oversee a number of scaled-up plumbing processes. What’s the difference between all of these processes, and what range of service can you expect from our pros at Wide Plumbing? Here’s a briefer on the processes you can get us started on.

  • Drainers. Draining pertains to the work done by plumbing contractors on constructing, altering, connecting, maintaining, repairing, flushing, or cleansing of a building’s sanitary drains connected to a sewer. You should be able to trust your contractor with the drainage and wastewater management work.
  • Rough-in plumbing. In homebuilding and remodeling parlance, “rough-in” pertains to construction work undertaken after the basic structure of the house is completed, and that includes plumbing work. Your contractor should oversee how the water supply and pipe connections work through the house’s frame, all before fixtures like sinks and faucets have been installed.
  • Fit-out plumbing. Fit-out plumbing is the opposite of rough-in plumbing, in which the plumbing fixtures are installed after a new home’s lock-up stage. In this case, the plumbing contractor typically works with the home or office’s new occupant.
  • Gas fitting. Gas fitting pertains to work done by a plumbing contractor on the home’s gas installations, flues, gas supply points, gas outlet sockets, and gas regulators. Your plumbing contractor should guarantee safe and accurate methods in working with your gas fixtures.
  • Commercial and industrial plumbing. Commercial and industrial-level plumbing are a big scale-up from residential plumbing and home-based repairs. The plumbing system is constructed around heavier usage, and therefore demands work with higher-grade pipes and fixtures. Your plumbing contractor must have mastery over this range of work, and be familiar with the service standards for the Central Coast.

For all your Central Coast plumbing needs, don’t hesitate to call Wide Plumbing Services. We have a team of professional plumbers ready to assist you at any time, who are continuously training with the latest techniques and up-to-date equipment to deliver high-quality work every time. We also guarantee that our work will last for a long time, giving you true value for money.

Wide Plumbing will also provide you with a free and no-obligation estimate so that when you decide to avail of our services, you will know how much you will pay at the outset — no surprise fees, guaranteed! And rest assured that we will ask you first before we proceed with any extra works, because we respect your time, your budget, your family, and your home.

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Wide Plumbing Services covers all areas in the Central Coast, from Avoca Beach to Horsfield Bay, from Kangy Angy to Wyongah. No matter where you are in Central Coast, we will get there to restore your plumbing to its proper working order!

Give us a call at 0419 012 750 or email us at for your enquiries or to request for an estimate.

Please find below a complete list of suburbs covered by Wide Plumbing Services.

  • Arcadia vale
  • Avoca
  • Avoca Beach
  • Awaba
  • Bateau Bay
  • Bensville
  • Berkeley Vale
  • Blackwall
  • Blue Bay
  • Blue Haven
  • Booker Bay
  • Bouddi
  • Budgewoi
  • Budgewoi Peninsula
  • Buff Point
  • Bushells Ridge
  • Calga
  • Canton Beach
  • Cedar Brush Creek
  • Central Mangrove
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  • The new standard temperature that manufacturers use when pre-setting your hot water heater at the factory is typically 50 degrees centigrade. This is a sufficient temperature for most households. If you have an older model, you can set the thermostat at medium. Gas models usually have a dial on the front of the gas valve. Electric models have thermostats (there may be two) that are concealed behind the two panels on the side of the tank. You can adjust the temperature to meet your needs. Keep in mind that hot water also helps in minimizing the growth of bacteria. Consult your Wide Plumbing professional for the recommended temperatures for your particular needs. NOTE: Turn off the electricity to the water heater before performing any personal maintenance. There can be exposed wires behind the panels that may result in extreme shock.
  • Rumbling sounds can be an indication that sediment has built up on the bottom of the water heater. Water can become trapped in this sediment and begin to boil. This means the water heater is not operating efficiently and the sediment isn’t allowing the heat to transfer to the water in the tank. You may try draining a few gallons of water off the bottom of the water heater tank. This is done by attaching a drain hose to the valve at the bottom of the tank. Allow it to drain for about five minutes. Many newer models of water heaters have a new feature that prohibits the buildup of sediment in the tank. If your heater is an older model, it may be cost effective to replace the water heater if the buildup is severe. Contact Wide PLumbing for year-round maintenance of your water heater. WARNING: Hot water is dangerous. Discharge the water into a floor drain, laundry tub or bathtub. Hot water will kill your grass if allowed to run on your lawn and will also crack a toilet bowl if discharged into the toilet. Turn off power to water heater prior to draining.
  • If left undisturbed, roots from shrubs and trees will completely fill a pipe with multiple hair-like root masses at each point of entry. These root masses quickly become clogged with toilet tissue, grease and other debris flowing from your home to the main sewer, resulting in reduced flow, slow running drains and in most cases a complete blockage. Once roots have entered the pipe, they continue to grow and expand, exerting considerable pressure at the crack or joint. This increased pressure often breaks the pipe and may result in total collapse, which requires repair or replacement. Some pipe materials are more susceptible to root intrusion than others. Clay tile pipe is easily penetrated and damaged by tree roots. Concrete pipe and PVC pipe may also allow root intrusion, but to a lesser extent than clay pipe. PVC pipe usually has fewer joints and the tightly fitted joints are less likely to leak as a result of settlement around the pipe. Allow Wide Plumbing to use state-of-the-art inline drain cameras to view and record your drain problems with roots.
  • When considering any new fixture for your home, we recommend that you choose a fixture made by one of the major manufacturers. If cracks or fissures are present in the tank or bowl, this can impede the operation of the fixture. Poor mounting and deteriorating rings and seals can affect the operation as well.
  • You may want to check to see if a toilet is leaking. Check the water level in the tank to see if water is overflowing into the overflow pipe. This is the pipe in the middle of the tank which has a small tube connected to it. In the event water is running into the overflow pipe, adjust the fill valve to stop the flow approximately one inch below the top of the overflow tube or to the water level mark stamped on the side of the tank. Periodic maintenance by a plumbing professional will ensure proper operation.
  • It could be that you have lost your “air cushion.” To get it back, turn the water supply off at the main valve. Turn on all the taps around your home. Then turn on the main valve again and shut off each tap. This should take care of the problem.
  • First, try using a plunger. Second, try using a liquid drain opener, but use caution and read the directions. Third, you can remove the trap and remove any debris. Be careful if you have used a liquid drain opener, because there may be some in the trap. Fourth, if the clog is beyond the trap, there are drain augers that extend from about 15 feet to about 50 feet. There are also special enzyme-based drain openers, like the types used at Wide Plumbing, that will help dissolve buildup in pipes in older homes.


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