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THE PLUMBERS THAT MAKE IT HAPPEN

NEED A PLUMBING, DRAINLAYING OR CENTRAL HEATING JOB DOING RIGHT, ON TIME & ON BUDGET?

Matt Hobbs Plumbing and Drainlaying aims to exceed your expectations every time.  Dedicated to excellence and service within the Taihape and Ohakune area, Matt Hobbs Plumbing and Drainlaying is ready to tackle your project however large or small.

HERE'S WHY WE'RE THE TALK OF THE TOWN

QUALITY WORKMANSHIP

Our Plumbers and tradesmen boast over 50 years experience in the trade, yet they continue to up-skill and learn. This combination of age old experience with new knowledge of developing products, technologies and techniques, ensures Matt Hobbs Plumbing and Drainlaying delivers the most cost effective and efficient solutions to your project.

EXCELLENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Our company staff listen to your needs and ensure your project runs smoothly from initial contact right the way through to job completion. Project organisation is just as important to us as workmanship.  We take the stress of project management away from you the client and make your project work, the way you want in the time frame agreed.

NO QUIBBLE GUARANTEE

All work completed by Matt Hobbs Plumbing and Drainlaying comes with a 2 year guarantee. Our workmanship is of the highest standard, and we stand by that promise. Click here to view our 8 Point Guarantee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BURST PIPE?   BLOCKED DRAIN?

WHAT EVER YOUR EMERGENCY CALL US NOW

027 4 A PLUMBER

(027 427 5862)

 

WHO ARE MATT HOBBS PLUMBING & DRAINLAYING?

 

Matt Hobbs Plumbing & Drainlaying Limited are your locally owned and operated Taihape plumbers, established in 2014 by Matt Hobbs. Having worked as a plumber within the area, Matt decided he wanted to do things differently from the plumbing businesses operating in town, and so Matt Hobbs Plumbing & Drainlaying Ltd was born.  Customer service and satisfaction are our primary focus. Bringing strong values, excellent workmanship and meticulous planning, Matt Hobbs Plumbing & Drainlaying Ltd delivers first rate plumbing and drainlaying services to Taihape and the surrounding areas. Members of the Master Plumbers, we stand by our workmanship guarantee, no job is finished until the customer is 100% happy.

 

6 REASONS TO CALL MATT HOBBS PLUMBING & DRAINLAYING FIRST

 

Superior Workmanship

Free Expert Advise

On Time & On Budget

Master Plumbers Approved

Solution Focused

Ready For Your Call Now

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Here to help with

  • Bathroom & Kitchen Renovations
  • Septic System Design & Installation
  • Central Heating Systems
  • Pump Repair & Installation
  • Solar Pumps
  • Woodfire Installation
  • Roofing & Spouting
  • Water Tanks
  • New Builds
  • Drainlaying
  • Water Filtration
  • Residential & Commercial

 

SEPTIC SYSTEM DO'S & DONT'S

  • Never dip cooking oils and grease down the sink.

  • Flushing non-biodegradable items such as cigarette butts, cotton buds, condoms, sanitary pads and tampons down the toilet is a no-no! They rapidly fill and/or clog a septic tank. 

  • Don’t have a garbage disposal unit in your kitchen sink. The high organic load will overwhelm the system.

  • Be careful with cleaning chemicals. If they kill the bugs in your sink, they are likely to kill the useful bugs in the septic tank too. Avoid bleach, caustic soda, fabric softeners, solvents, dyes, nappy washes, antibiotics and of course pesticides and herbicides.

  • Roots from plants growing near the tank or the leach field may clog the pipes or break them, so plan your planting carefully. You need shallow-rooted grasses, or flowering perennials and annuals, and can probably safely grow fruiting annual crops such as cucumbers which can be trained up off the ground. The level of health risk with edible crops probably depends on how deep your field drains are buried, and how good your filtering systems are. Best to avoid root crops like potatoes though!

  • Don’t put buildings or impermeable surfaces (such as driveways) over the drainage field as they will reduce its efficiency and possibly damage the tank.

  • Excess water getting into the system will overwhelm it, so check for plumbing leaks, and try to position the field and the tank in an area not prone to flooding.

Ready To Talk?

Just give us a call on 027 427 5862 and we'll be happy to answer any questions you have.