Leaking Tap Plumber Sunshine Coast

Whether you have individual hot and cold taps or single mixers taps, whether they are dripping slowly or leaking a steady stream of precious water, we can help!


Leaking Tap Repair Sunshine Coast

Depending on the problem and your budget, we can overhaul and service the existing taps or replace them with fresh brand new taps.


Repair Leaking Toilet Sunshine Coast

The team at McArthur Plumbing can help with any toilet related issue – whether it’s repairing or replacing a faulty toilet, or just replacing an old toilet with a lovely new toilet suite.


Repairing a leaking toilet

Replacing an old toilet suite

Replacing an old toilet cistern


Blocked Toilet Plumber Sunshine Coast

Repairing A Leaking Toilet, Replacing An Old Toilet Suite, Replacing An Old Toilet, Cistern A leaking toilet cistern will not only keep you awake at night but it will be wasting our precious water, and your precious money.


Storm Water Drainage System Sunshine Coast

The McArthur Plumbing team have the experience, knowledge, tools and equipment to solve any stormwater drainage issue.


Storm Water Inspection Sunshine Coast

From clearing blocked stormwater drains and pits to the installation of stormwater drainage infrastructure, we can help.


Roof Plumber Sunshine Coast

McArthur Plumbing have a team of skilled plumbers with significant experience in all aspects of roofing.


Roof Leak Repair Sunshine Coast

From fixing leaking roofs, gutter and downpipe repairs to full replacement of gutters and downpipes, we will be able to help.


Whether you have a blocked or slow draining kitchen, laundry or basin sink, a “pop up” plug and waste that is no longer “popping up” or a cracked basin we can help.

The experienced team at McArthur Plumbing can quickly resolve any sink or basin issue.


If you’re buying a property, a standard building and pest inspection is necessary however these inspections don’t always check for plumbing problems, especially those underground.

The excitement of buying a new property can wear off very quickly if you find that there is a broken drain or tree roots in the pipework. These issues can be expensive to fix.

To avoid this, we strongly recommend engaging McArthur Plumbing to carry out a pre-purchase plumbing inspection. We won’t just check for leaking taps and toilets, we’ll also use our drain cameras to check the sewer and stormwater drains. We’ll provide you with a report outlining any issues that we have found, along with video footage of the drain inspection.


A Thermostatic Mixing Valve (TMV) is a valve that blends hot water (stored at temperatures high enough to kill bacteria) with cold water to ensure constant, safe outlet temperatures to preventing scalding.

These valves are commonly found in childcare centres, schools, hospitals, nursing homes, shopping centres and other facilities for people who are sick, vulnerable or living with a disability.

Each valve must be tested and maintained annually by a qualified TMV licence holder like McArthur Plumbing.

If your Thermostatic Mixing Valves needs testing, give us a call or request a booking online now.


Backflow is the reverse flow of water from a property back into the drinking water supply.
Backflow prevention devices (BPD) protect water quality from contamination. Contaminated water incidents may have serious or even fatal consequences for water consumers. By using BPD the unwanted water flow does not enter the drinking water supply, protecting water
consumers from drinking or using contaminated water. There may be any number of contamination sources within a property. Backflow prevention
provides a barrier, keeping contaminated water separate from the drinking water supply.


Examples of potential sources of contamination include:


fire hose reels (FHR)

irrigation systems

swimming pools

vehicle maintenance pits

ornamental ponds

air conditioning towers

vehicle/bin washing bays

chemical injection areas

commercial and manufacturing processes.


If your property has a backflow prevention, you must help protect the drinking water supply by ensuring all devices are adequately maintained.


Property owner’s responsibilities


The owner of a testable backflow prevention device must:


have all devices installed by a licensed plumber

register the device with council by providing a copy of the initial test report

have it inspected and tested by an endorsed licensed plumber annually

ensure that there is adequate access to devices for testing and maintenance

Types of testable devices include:

reduced pressure zone

double check, and

some single check valves.


Non-testable devices; including dual check valves, do not need to be registered or tested

Council may issue a reminder notice to prompt owners, where testable devices have been installed and testing is overdue.

Our licensed and endorsed plumbers can carry out testing on your Backflow Prevention Device/s. To book this, please call or message us now.