Melbourne, Australia – Melbourne’s leading plumbing service, KPI Plumber, announced that it had commenced its much-anticipated 24/7 emergency plumber service. The service will cater to home and business owners across Melbourne.
Plumbing issues can arise when you least expect them. Many Australians may find one of their pipes leaking or discover dampness in the walls, attributed to perhaps a concealed pipe that’s not losing water drop by drop. Not only is it a plumbing issue that needs to be resolved immediately, but if not fixed in time, it can become a much bigger, more expensive problem to fix. That’s where hiring a professional emergency plumber comes in.
KPI Plumber, one of Melbourne’s leading plumbing services, announced the start of its emergency plumbing services. According to the company, the service will be available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. All anyone needs to do is to call the company’s emergency number, and a fully equipped professional will be at their doorstep, according to the company.
KPI has also said that all plumbers working for the company use the best and latest equipment. Even though they provide emergency services, the company has said that its professionals will find a permanent solution to the problem they are called to fix. This means there is no need to call them or any other plumber again for a permanent fix.
Readers can find out more about KPI Plumber and their emergency plumbing service by visiting the company’s official website at https://kpiplumber.com.au.
“When most people are faced with a plumbing issue, especially when it is a public holiday or in the middle of the night, they are not sure whom to call. While Melbourne has its fair share of emergency plumbing services, when someone needs to find a company in a hurry, often these services are unavailable.” Said a representative for KPI Plumber.
He added, “At KPI Plumber, we are well staffed, which means that there is always someone available regardless of when someone may call. Plus, we can be there in the shortest time to mitigate any possible damage done by the plumbing issue.”