- - Plumber
- - Drain Clearing
- - Maintenance Service
- - 24 Hour Emergency Service
- - Industrial and Residential properties serviced
Hours of Operation:
- Monday: 7:00am
- Tuesday: 7:00am
- Wednesday: 7:00am
- Thursday: 7:00am
- Friday: 7:00am
- Saturday: 7:00am
- 24/7 Emergency Service - Please CALL 0433 155 152
Need to clear a blocked drain or pipe?
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
Multiflow Plumbing can! We specialise in clearing drains.
Multiflow Plumbing prides itself on an ongoing commitment to safety, quality, service and continued growth.
Great care is taken to ensure projects large and small are handled in accordance with the following:
-occupational health and safety policy
-client specifications and needs
-on time and within budget
-quality assurance requirements
-These criteria ensure that our customers receive a quality service and product that satisfies their requirements.
24 hours/ 7 days a week
We specialise in providing professional maintenance plumbing services - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week everywhere in greater Melbourne.
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Multiflow Plumbing specialise in unblocking drains and pipes, varying from a simple blockage to cracked/ broken pipes. We offer a friendly and reliable service to all of our customers.
Our service provides a 24 hour emergency service as well as providing a comprehensive range of drainage services to all commercial, industrial and domestic properties including new/old homes, factories, schools and restaurants.
To unblock drains we use a technique called high pressure water jetting. This is where a hose is propelled by water into the sewer line at 5070 PSI pressure.
With the use of our closed-circuit television camera (CCTV) services, more commonly known as Drain Pipe Cameras, we are able to prevent problems before they happen.
Our electronic pipe location equipment is used to pinpoint clogs in sewers and drains. It doesn’t matter whether it is located underground, within concrete slabs or inside walls, we can find it. The location and it’s depth can be pinpointed minimizing excavation or wall damage.<br/><br/>