We work with both Retail laundries such as laundromats, dry cleaners and laundry on demand services; and, industrial laundries like on premises laundries or independent laundries that service other companies.
Here’s a quick guide to getting started with your own Commercial Laundry.
Different size drains, causes and locations require different methods of unblocking. If we tell you all our trade secrets, we’d have to kill you (just kidding)! Read on for how we unblock drains.
The Sunshine Plumbing guide to blocked toilets, we answer your FAQ’s. Everything you need to know, and more.
If you need help with your blocked toilet, call now on 03 9311 9511.
When you’re not sure what you’re doing, choosing a suitable hot water system can be confusing. We’ve put together a guide to help you make that choice.
How often do you weed your garden? How often do you maintain your stormwater drain?
Stormwater drains are often the last house hold item to receive any TLC. On average it rains in Melbourne 145 days per year.
Sometimes we require the use of specialist equipment to carry out your plumbing work.
Much like in a doctor’s surgery, some of this can be done in house (like having a blood test at the surgery), some requires a specialist contractor (like going for an Xray or MRI).
Specialist equipment carries a charge for its usage if we have it in house; specialist equipment that is outsourced also carries a charge for its usage and sometimes for a specialist technician to operate it.
Read on to find out when specialist equipment might be needed. (more…)
To unblock your toilet, we use what’s called a drain cleaning machine. Some people refer to them as drain snakes.
A drain cleaning machine is a power operated machine, that sends cables down your drain with a cutter on the end. It’s designed to cut and push/pull the obstruction out of your drain. (more…)
Toilets can block for a number of reasons. The most common reason is putting something down your toilet that doesn’t belong there. Read on for the three most common situations that cause a blocked toilet. (more…)
Our safety and your safety in turn is very important to us.
As a work place, we have an obligation firstly to our workers to ensure they are in a safe environment and secondly to you, the customer.
Terminology is an interesting beast! For example, what do you call the part you sit on (besides the ‘seat’) – some people call it the bowl, some a pan. The thing you flush? Some people call it a tank, others a cistern. The whole lot together? A toilet suite, a WC or a toilet system.
A picture can tell a thousand words especially when you’re unsure of the terminology.