30 Beach Road
North New Brighton
Christchurch
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19 days ago

Plumbers Available

Kerry from A1 Plumbing

A1 Plumbing are the East side locals, and we love this side of town. If you find you need a plumber over the next few weeks, give us a call as we are doing a 20% labour discount for our neighbours in the local areas. We are registered, fully insured, certifying plumbers. We also have a builder on … View moreA1 Plumbing are the East side locals, and we love this side of town. If you find you need a plumber over the next few weeks, give us a call as we are doing a 20% labour discount for our neighbours in the local areas. We are registered, fully insured, certifying plumbers. We also have a builder on staff and can handle full shower installations and bathroom renovations. Hot water troubleshooting is our speciality and we can help you achieve a much better shower pressure.

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42 days ago

Have you checked your hot water cylinder lately?

Kerry from A1 Plumbing

Many parts of Christchurch still has chlorinated water. The chlorine is causing low pressure copper cylinders to corrode quicker than usual. A1 Plumbing recommends anyone with a copper cylinder to check underneath for potential leaks before any damage is caused.

34 days ago

Check your hot water cylinder temperature!

Kerry from A1 Plumbing

A1 Plumbing would just like to remind all our neighbours that having your hot water cylinder set to the right temperature is critical for the health of your family. The thermostat on the cylinder needs to be set at a minimum of 60 degrees celsius to kill off any legionella that could grow in the … View moreA1 Plumbing would just like to remind all our neighbours that having your hot water cylinder set to the right temperature is critical for the health of your family. The thermostat on the cylinder needs to be set at a minimum of 60 degrees celsius to kill off any legionella that could grow in the water. We often find cylinders set to 50 degrees, because 60 feels so hot! To achieve this safely and legally a tempering valve must be installed on the cylinder which allows the water temperature inside the cylinder to stay above 60, but tempered to 55 or less at the taps... depending on how you like it.
If youre checking your thermostat dont forget to switch off the power before you open up the element box, as the wires in there are live! If in doubt, call a plumber to check!

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