Watkins St, Long Jetty NSW 2261, Australia
Watkins Street Long Jetty NS
Plumber, Home Goods Store, Store
0423 661 602
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natasha Williams said 1 year ago
Excellent service and quality workmanship. Highly recommend this business for any plumbing needs. Great communication and turns up at the time he was booked in for which is a rare commodity. I am definitely putting his number on my phone for any future plumbing jobs. Can’t recommend highly enough.
April Hassall said 1 year ago
Impressive expertise and friendly professionalism. He is reliable with a quality service at a fair cost. Overall fantastic tradesman, highly recommend!
Nathan Welsh said 1 year ago
Top bloke !! Quick honest and reliable plumbing service will go up and beyond to help you and ensure your pipes and fixed and your bathroom Reno’s are completed to the up most quality finish
AussieStudogs85 said 1 year ago
Awesome service, highly professional. Thanks for the great advice.
Tony Bourke said 1 year ago
Chad’s very helpful and does a great job. Thanks for your help.
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