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What Plumbing Can I Do Myself?

So can you do your own DIY plumbing at home?

Things that are ok to do yourself are:
Installation of appliances such as dishwashers and washing machines; the replacement or repair of taps, ball valves and plugs.

All sanitary plumbing work must be carried out by a plumber. Sanitary plumbing is any work involved in fixing or unfixing any pipe, plumbing fixture or appliance including; any trap, waste or soil pipe, ventilation pipe, or overflow pipe and any pipe that supplies or is intended to supply water.

There are regulations by the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board in order to keep us safe and healthy. Without regulatory control poor sanitary plumbing can result in sickness and even death. For this reason, registered plumbers are considered at the forefront of New Zealand's primary health protection.

If you need a plumber, give us a call at Micron Plumbing and Gas on 0204 086 5976.

For more information please check out the link below:
PGDB - Plumbing and who can do it