Green Plumbing

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Looking for a green plumber?

At Pure Plumbing Professionals we care about the impact that we have on the environment. We don’t just practice environmentally friendly plumbing, we consult with our customers on the best ‘green plumbing’ strategies for their home and workplaces.

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Eco-friendly plumbing

Green plumbing services we can provide:

Green Plumbing


Whether you're looking to capture rainwater or reduce your carbon emissions and energy use by installing a solar hot water system, our expert green plumbers can tailor the right environmental plumbing solutions to meet your needs and budget.

We’ll also provide you with all the information that you need to take advantage of any Government rebates that might be applicable to your new services upon completion of the job.

Saving water at your home or workplace

Going ‘green’ doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. There are many small things you can do to save water every day. Here are our best water saving tips for your home or workplace.

  • Fix dripping taps and toilets – a slow dripping tap can waste approximately 20,000 litres of drinking water per year.
  • Replace older single flush toilets with dual flush systems
  • Adjust water temperature by turning down one tap, not turning up the other.
  • Wait till you have a full load to run the dishwasher or washing machine
  • Attach aerators on all the taps in your home
  • Install water efficient tapware and showerheads
  • Invest in water efficient appliances

Expert service and advice

For all your eco-plumbing requirements contact Pure Plumbing Professionals on 0488 801 003 or use our online booking request today.


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