Expert bathroom plumbing services completed by Creation Plumbing

Need that leaky tap or shower fixed? Toilet leaking or backing up? Creation Plumbing’s experienced, fully qualified and police cleared plumbers are skilled in all areas of bathroom plumbing repairs and maintenance, from fixing leaking toilets and taps to clearing blocked showers, drains and waste pipes.

If you have a bathroom plumbing emergency, you can rest assured that it will be fixed promptly by our 24 hour emergency plumbers, who carry everything but thebath in their service vans. Don’t hesitate – call us on 1300 199 664.

Our experienced bathroom plumbers can assist with any of the following:

  • Dripping taps and showers
  • Leaking showers
  • Leaking toilets
  • Blocked drains, toilets and waste pipes, including showers and basins
  • General bathroom plumbing repairs

Planning to do some bathroom renovations? At Creation Plumbing, we often get involved in bathroom remodelling, and we work well with other trades. We can often commence work within 1 week of booking a job.

Contact us now for all your bathroom plumbing needs

Don’t let that leaky toilet or dripping tap get any worse! If you have a bathroom plumbing problem or bathroom plumbing emergency that needs immediate attention, call Creation Plumbing. We’ll get the job done right first time, day or night, 365 days a year –and that includes Easter and Christmas holidays, too!


How to test a toilet for leaks

  1. Check first that the water is not escaping through the overflow pipe. This is the pipe in the middle of the cistern (tank)
  2. If water is getting into the overflow pipe, adjust the toilet float valve until the water level is approximately 2.5cm below the top of the overflow tube.
  3. Place a few drops of food colouring into the cistern to test the flush valve mechanism.
  4. Wait 15 minutes and check the tank again. If the water in the bowl has changed colour, the ball or flapper is leaking and must be replaced.

How to keep your showerhead clean

Mineral deposits from water can collect inside your showerhead, causing an uneven spray. To clean:

  1. Using an adjustable wrench or pliers, unscrew the showerhead swivel ball nut, applying masking tape or a cloth to the jaws of the tool to prevent scratching of the shower head’s metal finish.
  2. Unscrew the collar nut from the showerhead & remove it.
  3. Clean outlet and inlet holes of the showerhead using a thin instrument such as a wire, or wire brush.
  4. Flush head with clean water. Overnight soaking of the showerhead in vinegar can dissolve hard mineral deposits.
  5. Reassemble showerhead.