Plumbers in Noosa, Tewantin and other parts of the Sunshine Coast tend to see some very common problems when they are called out to residential and commercial properties. Anyone who has ever owned a property has, at one time or another, had to call a plumber to fix one problem or another. The problem that residents in this part of the world are facing right now is that one issue in particular is beginning to occur on an all too regular basis. To make matters worse, the general consensus is that it is an issue that could be solved if Unitywater did the job they were supposed to.
The problem in question are blockages in the sewer and stormwater systems that are leading to major issues inside the properties of Unitywater customers. For their part, Unitwater say that it simply isn’t cost effective for them to go out and investigate every single blockage, but this also leads to customers becoming less than pleased with the service that they are receiving. It also means that said customers are now having to pay large amounts of money out of pockets, while local plumbers are starting to find themselves overworked because of these issues.
Unitywater will repay customers up to $250 towards hiring a plumber in Tewantin or other areas of the Sunshine Coast to find the source of the blockage. They then say that they will go out and clear up the problem once the source has been found, but that still usually leaves the customer paying out more money to the plumbers to take care of an issue that should be the responsibility of Unitywater. Initially, it was the local plumbers who were taking the heat, but it is becoming more and more obvious that they are being placed in this position by Unitywater. The plumbers are doing all they can to keep up, but they need help from the big boys.
One simple solution that is both cost effective and easy to use are water jetters to clear blocked drains. These devices can quickly and effectively clear up any sewer blockage, which begs the question as to why Unitywater are not responding to every blockage call and taking care of it with the water jetters. These units can feed a hose through the blockage, using high pressure water to ballast away whatever lies in the way. As the hose is pulled free, it continues to spray the pipes clean, leaving lines that are left to flow and work at full capacity.
The water jetters are small in size, but powerful in the way they work. They can easily handle the toughest of blockage in both residential and commercial properties, and they seem like a pretty simply fix to what is becoming an overly complicated issue. Unitywater are not looking good in all of this, and you get the sense that it is only a matter of time before they are called on the carpet to answer some tough questions. Until then, seek out the help of a qualified local plumber, as they are your best bet right now.