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Welcome to MY XPERT PLUMBERS, your one-stop shop for all your general plumbing needs in Melbourne. We offer fast, efficient, and effective service for any plumbing issue, from burst pipes and blocked drains to bathroom renovations and backflow testing. We also handle 24/7 emergencies and exceed plumbing standards to ensure your satisfaction. Contact us today for a free quote and a reliable service.

Need a Reliable, Expert and Efficient Plumber Near You?

MY XPERT PLUMBERS is committed to providing superior plumbing services to all customers in Melbourne and its surrounding areas. We have teams in your local area to ensure that no matter when you need a professional to assist with general plumbing maintenance or emergency plumbing services, a MY XPERT PLUMBERS technician will be available to help you immediately.

We understand that your time, money, and home are valuable, which is why our technicians are trained to the highest industry standards. They are up-to-date with the latest techniques and knowledge to provide a long-lasting solution in a single visit. Our experts are dedicated to ongoing training and staying informed about any changes to industry practices.

With over a decade of experience serving Australian homes, you can trust MY XPERT PLUMBERS to deliver high-quality services seven days a week. Whether you need to speak to our friendly customer service staff, Call us, or book an appointment with one of our certified technicians online, we're always ready to assist you.



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Our expert plumbers can do everything possible to get your home back to normal. Here are some plumbing services you can expect from MY XPERT PLUMBERS.

  • Toilet(s) Installation and Repairs

  • Basins, Baths & Shower Installation, Repairs and Maintenance

  • Dishwashers Installation, Repairs, Removal and Disposal

  • Commercial Maintenance

  • General Preventative Maintenance

  • Investigations & Reports

  • Hot water repairs and replacement

  • Gas hot water systems

  • Gas line repairs

  • Tempering valves

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  • Are there any specific regulations for plumbing installations in Melbourne?
    Yes, Melbourne follows the Plumbing Code of Australia. Hiring licensed plumbers familiar with local regulations is crucial to ensure compliance with all standards.
  • Is it necessary to have a backflow prevention device in Melbourne?
    Melbourne requires backflow prevention devices to safeguard the water supply. Ensure your property has the required backflow prevention measures, and schedule regular inspections.
  • How do I choose the right water heater for my Melbourne home?
    Consider your household size, energy efficiency, and fuel source options. Consult MY XPERT PLUMBERS to determine the most suitable water heater for your needs and budget.
  • Can I perform DIY plumbing repairs in Melbourne?
    Minor repairs like fixing a leaky faucet or a clogged drain can be handled DIY, but for major issues or if you're unsure, it's best to hire a licensed plumber in Melbourne to ensure compliance with local regulations.
  • How can I prepare my plumbing for Melbourne's hot summers?
    Look out for unexplained increases in water bills, damp or discolored walls, and mold growth. If you notice these signs, contact a plumber in Melbourne to investigate the issue.Insulate pipes to prevent water from heating up excessively. Check and maintain your water heater, and consider installing pressure-reducing valves to protect the plumbing system during high temperatures. For more information, contact MY XPERT PLUMBERS.
  • How can I detect a water leak in my Melbourne home?
    Check for unusually high water bills, mold growth, or unexplained wet spots. If you suspect a leak but can't find it, consider hiring a professional plumber who can use specialized equipment to locate hidden leaks.
  • Can I use chemical drain cleaners regularly?
    Using chemical drain cleaners regularly is not advisable, as they can damage pipes over time. For persistent clogs, consult a plumber who can identify and address the root cause.
  • Is it necessary to hire a licensed plumber for all plumbing work?
    For significant plumbing work, hiring a licensed plumber is highly recommended to ensure the work complies with local building codes. A homeowner can often handle the task of minor repairs if they have the necessary skills and knowledge.
  • How can I prevent frozen pipes from freezing during winter in Melbourne?
    Insulate your pipes, especially those exposed to cold areas. Let faucets drip during freezing nights to keep water flowing. Disconnect and drain outdoor hoses, and consider insulating outdoor faucets.
  • How can I maintain my hot water system in Melbourne?
    Regularly flush the tank to remove sediment, check for leaks, and ensure the pressure relief valve is functioning. If you encounter issues, consult a professional plumber to assess and repair the hot water system.
  • What should I do in case of a burst pipe?
    Turn off the water supply at the main shut-off valve, then call an emergency plumber immediately. While waiting for the plumber, try to contain the water using buckets or towels to minimize damage.
  • What is the cheapest to run?
    In general, if gas is accessible, a gas hot water system typically offers the most cost-effective operation, as its usage doesn't impact the electricity bill. Alternatively, if gas isn't an option, electric hot water systems serve as a close competitor, heating water only when needed. For larger households, a tank storage system, which stores hot water, is often the most efficient choice. However, if your hot water usage is sporadic or low, a system that heats water on demand may be more suitable. Our specialists can collaborate with you to identify the optimal hot water system for your specific household and circumstances. With numerous factors to consider and a variety of available systems, we can determine the solution that best suits your long-term needs and preferences.
  • How much does it cost to replace hot water units?
    The cost of replacing your hot water unit can vary depending on several factors, including the type of system (e.g., gas, solar), brand, and specific requirements of your installation. At My Xpert Plumbers, we offer transparent pricing based on the type or brand of hot water system you're considering. Our friendly team is always ready to provide you with a free quote, ensuring you can make an informed decision and stay within your budget for your hot water needs.
  • Which system is more efficient?
    There are four primary types of hot water heaters and systems available. Solar boosted systems, which are augmented by either gas or electricity, derive the majority of their energy from the sun, making them the most efficient option. Households utilizing this type of hot water heating may qualify for government rebates (contact our team for further details). Gas hot water units of good quality represent the next viable choice and can be particularly suitable for larger households. If neither gas nor solar options are viable, heat pump or electric tank systems offer reliable and consistent hot water supply as alternatives.
  • How does a water heater work?
    All hot water systems require a water heater to heat the water, but the mechanisms vary depending on the type of hot water unit. In tankless units or gas hot water systems, air is drawn in, the gas valve is opened, and a flame is ignited to heat the water. On the other hand, in tank storage water heaters, hot water is continuously delivered once you turn on the tap. The water is heated by a heating mechanism located at the bottom of the tank.
  • What is difference between gas hot water systems and electric hot water units?
    Natural gas is an instantaneous flow that works with time efficiency a consistent ability to capture heat. This type of water heater works by a temperature gauge monitoring the water within the insulated tank and heating with a flame once cooled. Gas can be cheaper to run and replace than an electric water heater but can have a more expensive installation process and be less environmentally efficient, with the water maintaining continuous flow hot water. Electric unit systems are available for more diverse use and are high efficiency, with options for large or small usage, and will only heat the water when needed. Electric systems are perfect for a single or double-person household, but large families may struggle with waiting for the water to heat up after continuous use. Electric systems don’t need a large water tank or big storage systems and are suited for smaller spaces. Unlike gas, these systems will impact your electricity bill. The cost of maintaining this type of unit is higher than that of gas.
  • Do hot water need servicing?
    Hot water systems typically have a lifespan of up to 12 years, but regular servicing is crucial to prevent breakdowns, especially at inconvenient times. Non-serviced systems may develop issues such as increased noise during operation, inconsistent water heating, or eventual breakdowns, necessitating larger repairs in the future. Having a qualified plumber inspect your system, including the storage tank, temperature, and pressure valve, annually can help you avoid such issues and save time and money in the long term. Regular servicing ensures that your hot water system operates efficiently and reliably throughout its lifespan.
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