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Need a reliable Cape Town plumber and a Cape Town leak detection specialist in a hurry? Mastertech Plumbing is the all in one solution for you! With the plumbing industry becoming what it has over the past few years, it is important to choose the right Cape Town plumber from the word go. Plumbing maintenance requires years of hard work and training, something that we possess, making sure that your plumbing is left in the best possible hands to complete the job, the first time round. Mastertech Plumbing will repair your plumbing problems without any hassle as we work 24 hours a day 7 days a week! Mastertech Plumbing lets you get on with the more important things in life as you won't have to be troubled by that burst geyser or pipe blockages again! For most people dripping taps; blocked pipes and drains cause panic and leave them with more questions than answers. Mastertech Plumbing has all the answers to your plumbing questions, and we aim to repair your problem fast. Our Cape Town plumbing teams have been trained to meet any domestic or industrial plumbing challenge. Our focus is on satisfying all the plumbing tasks with expediency and unmatched value. We service in the Cape Town area and our services deal with every aspect of plumbing needs. Simply contact the best Cape Town Plumber and Cape Town Leak Detection Service Provider , Mastertech Plumbing and we will compile a competitive quote for you.
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- New Plumbing Installations

- Repair & Maintenance

- Repair / replace burst pipes

- Geyser Installations

- Block drains and sinks

- Overflowing valves & water pressure

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Blocked Tap - "Make sure you turn the water off at source before attempting to clear a blocked tap by taking it apart." Blocked Sinks - "If you are using a plunger, trying to unblock a blocked sink, cover up the overflow holes with a damp cloth,this helps build up the pressure." Toilets - "If your toilet ball float is leaking and filling with water, take off the float (by unscrewing it), empty it, then screw it back on and wrap it in a plastic bag." Starting Threads on Pipes - "When threading pipes it is sometimes difficult to get started. Make it easier by cutting slots in the end and then cutting off the end later." Leaky Toilets - "If you think that your toilet might be leaking slightly, check to see if the problem is not due to condensation before calling out a plumber. Condensation problems can be solved by improved ventilation when bathing or showering." Leaky Cistern - "A clever way of checking to see if your cistern is leaking is to put in some food coloring." PTFE Tape - "Use PTFE tape when fixing a leak or making joints. The tape should be wrapped around the thread of the pipe, clockwise when viewed from the end of the pipe is the correct way to put it on." Good Practice - "If you are installing tanks and fitting pipes, be sure to cover the ends of the pipes with tape to stop pieces of plastic and swarf from dropping down them, the bits and pieces will block taps later on and cause all kinds of problems." Showers - "If the water pressure is very poor in your shower it may be due to lime-scale build up. If you live in a hard water area you should clean your shower heads every three months or so. If the scale is too bad it may be an idea to get either a new hose, or a new shower head." Water Hammer - "If your water pipes sometimes make a loud "hammering noise" after the toilet has been flushed or sink, etc. ask the hardware store for something for "water hammer". Cause of "Hammering Water Pipes" - "This is caused by a pressure build up of water in the pipes. The simplest solution is to turn down your water pressure at the stop- cock." Repairs to low pressure water pipes - "The repairs can be carried out while the water is held back by stuffing bread up the pipe. It should remain in place long enough for a repair to be made." Frozen Pipes - "I find that the best way to melt the ice in frozen pipes is to put hot water bottles over them. I hear that using a hair-dryer is good as well." Split Pipes - "If your water pipe has split, a temporary fix you can do whilst waiting for a qualified plumber is to wrap torn strips of fabric very tightly around the break. Keep a large saucepan or bucket underneath the join to catch any drops." Removing Taps - "When removing nice tap fittings (such as gold ones) for maintenance reasons, use a thick cloth to protect it from the jaws of the wrench, otherwise you'll get a load of scratches on them." More Good Tap Advice - "When taking a tap apart, always keep the plug in to prevent anything useful falling down the plug hole."
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PLUMBING SERVICES

- New Plumbing Installations

- Repair & Maintenance

- Repair / replace burst pipes

- Geyser Installations

- Block drains and sinks

- Overflowing valves & water pressure

CALL NOW!

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Need a reliable Cape Town plumber and a Cape Town leak detection specialist in a hurry? Mastertech Plumbing is the all in one solution for you! With the plumbing industry becoming what it has over the past few years, it is important to choose the right Cape Town plumber from the word go. Plumbing maintenance requires years of hard work and training, something that we possess, making sure that your plumbing is left in the best possible hands to complete the job, the first time round. Mastertech Plumbing will repair your plumbing problems without any hassle as we work 24 hours a day 7 days a week! Mastertech Plumbing lets you get on with the more important things in life as you won't have to be troubled by that burst geyser or pipe blockages again! For most people dripping taps; blocked pipes and drains cause panic and leave them with more questions than answers. Mastertech Plumbing has all the answers to your plumbing questions, and we aim to repair your problem fast. Our Cape Town plumbing teams have been trained to meet any domestic or industrial plumbing challenge. Our focus is on satisfying all the plumbing tasks with expediency and unmatched value. We service in the Cape Town area and our services deal with every aspect of plumbing needs. Simply contact the best Cape Town Plumber and Cape Town Leak Detection Service Provider , Mastertech Plumbing and we will compile a competitive quote for you.
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PLUMBING TIPS
Blocked Tap - "Make sure you turn the water off at source before attempting to clear a blocked tap by taking it apart." Blocked Sinks - "If you are using a plunger, trying to unblock a blocked sink, cover up the overflow holes with a damp cloth,this helps build up the pressure." Toilets - "If your toilet ball float is leaking and filling with water, take off the float (by unscrewing it), empty it, then screw it back on and wrap it in a plastic bag." Starting Threads on Pipes - "When threading pipes it is sometimes difficult to get started. Make it easier by cutting slots in the end and then cutting off the end later." Leaky Toilets - "If you think that your toilet might be leaking slightly, check to see if the problem is not due to condensation before calling out a plumber. Condensation problems can be solved by improved ventilation when bathing or showering." Leaky Cistern - "A clever way of checking to see if your cistern is leaking is to put in some food coloring." PTFE Tape - "Use PTFE tape when fixing a leak or making joints. The tape should be wrapped around the thread of the pipe, clockwise when viewed from the end of the pipe is the correct way to put it on." Good Practice - "If you are installing tanks and fitting pipes, be sure to cover the ends of the pipes with tape to stop pieces of plastic and swarf from dropping down them, the bits and pieces will block taps later on and cause all kinds of problems." Showers - "If the water pressure is very poor in your shower it may be due to lime-scale build up. If you live in a hard water area you should clean your shower heads every three months or so. If the scale is too bad it may be an idea to get either a new hose, or a new shower head." Water Hammer - "If your water pipes sometimes make a loud "hammering noise" after the toilet has been flushed or sink, etc. ask the hardware store for something for "water hammer". Cause of "Hammering Water Pipes" - "This is caused by a pressure build up of water in the pipes. The simplest solution is to turn down your water pressure at the stop-cock." Repairs to low pressure water pipes - "The repairs can be carried out while the water is held back by stuffing bread up the pipe. It should remain in place long enough for a repair to be made." Frozen Pipes - "I find that the best way to melt the ice in frozen pipes is to put hot water bottles over them. I hear that using a hair-dryer is good as well." Split Pipes - "If your water pipe has split, a temporary fix you can do whilst waiting for a qualified plumber is to wrap torn strips of fabric very tightly around the break. Keep a large saucepan or bucket underneath the join to catch any drops." Removing Taps - "When removing nice tap fittings (such as gold ones) for maintenance reasons, use a thick cloth to protect it from the jaws of the wrench, otherwise you'll get a load of scratches on them." More Good Tap Advice - "When taking a tap apart, always keep the plug in to prevent anything useful falling down the plug hole."