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Hello, I'm Jonathon Fitzgerald a sole trader certified plumber.
My goal is to always satisfy my customers and exceed their expectations. I have been plumbing since starting my apprenticeship in Christchurch in 2010.
My experience in the plumbing industry ranges from new housing and high-end residential projects in London and Christchurch to general maintenance and renovations.
As a sole trader, my costs are lower than those of larger companies, and therefore my rates are competitive.
My services include:
- Gas Hot Water Conversion.
Need more hot water pressure? I offer affordable rates for gas hot water conversions. Subject to a site visit to determine a suitable location for a gas bottle station and gas unit.
- New builds including spec houses, town houses and architecture builds.
- Renovations including bathroom, kitchen and laundry renos.
- Hot water cylinder replacement.
Replacing low pressure cylinders or upgrading to mains pressure cylinders.
- Fixture upgrades.
Need an old toilet or vanity upgraded? I can help.
- General maintenance.
Including tap washer replacements, water main repair, hot water cylinder valve maintenance, tap replacements, waste disposal replacement, leak investigation.
Whether you need a simple tap replacement or plumbing for a new build. I aim to surpass expectations by consistently delivering top-quality plumbing work.
I offer free, no obligation quotes to discuss your options and help you select the best solution for your home or business.
Look forward to hearing from you!
BC Rating 5.0
|Quality of workmanship provided
|Final cost kept to the quoted cost
|Job kept to schedule
|Professional and responsive
Review date: 07-02-2024
Robin hood supertub installed around 2005. There are 4 taps for washing machine and tub. The hot and cold tap for the tub cannot be used with the plastic tap handle. Can use a spanner on the metal spindle to open or close only as tap handle does not tighten enough.
Review date: 25-01-2024
We have a water filter that comes with a fitting to connect it to an existing water pipe (see photo). Unfortunately the taps for our kitchen sink attach at the wall, not below the sink, making it difficult to access. All we need done is to make a hole in the back of the cupboard, connect the fitting to the pipe, and reseal the hole. (obviously allowing the hose to come through)
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