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For all repairs, maintenance, installations & emergencies, our strata team has a deep understanding of all of the industry’s relevant and complex laws, regulations and safety provisions. Do you need help with strata plumbing? Get in touch with our friendly Big Blue Plumbing team today.

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Are you struggling to find professional strata plumbers you can rely on? Managing a strata property is difficult work, and you don’t need your job complicated further with unreliable tradespeople.

For high-quality service and an emphasis on reliability, look no further than Big Blue Plumbing.

A Full Range Of Strata Plumbing Services

Finding regular tradespeople is essential if you’re a building manager or managing a strata property, whether a high-rise or a gated community.

Strata plumbing issues are often unforeseen and can cause severe damage. For example, a burst pipe on the common property could be stressful for a strata manager or a private lot owner. For you, this means ensuring repairs are in line with the strata scheme and owners’ corporation rules.

All repairs and maintenance activities run much smoother when you deal with people who know your property. So, ideally, you’re looking for someone who does it all.

We offer comprehensive strata plumbing services, and there’s no job too big or too small. Services include:

We can take care of all your body corporate plumbing issues and be your single point of contact to fix all problems quickly and without fuss.

Non-invasive Pipe Repairs

In a strata environment, you want plumbing services to cause as little disruption as possible. If you have issues with pipes or blocked drains, digging to detect and repair those pipes can cause a significant inconvenience to residents. You may even need to dig in someone else’s yard, which is never ideal. That’s why we offer a no-dig pipe repair service.

Using state-of-the-art plumbing equipment to locate and repair leaks and cracks in your plumbing system, we can have the problem sorted without running any yards or common spaces.

We always aim to leave a property exactly as we found, including cleaning any work area. You’ll hardly know we’ve been there!

Fast, Honest Service

We pride ourselves on our customer service because nobody wants professional plumbers who are always late. If we give you a time that we’ll be there, you can count on us being there.

Your issues will be fixed as quickly as possible; however, we don’t sacrifice the quality of our work. Your plumbing work must stand the test, so we go the extra mile to get it right.

Our body corporate plumbers understand the laws of strata plumbing responsibility and will work with you to ensure that repair and maintenance issues are handled correctly. You can also speak to us about a proper maintenance schedule!

Plumbing fixed in 4 easy steps

We’re not like other plumbers, we quote by the job, not by the hour, and we have simplified our process to make it easier for you.

Book your service

Use our online form, live chat or call us.

Arrange a time

We’ll schedule our plumber to come to you.

Fix the problem

Our highly-trained plumber will fix your plumbing problem.

Pay our fixed price invoice

We need to be paid, right?

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Talk To Our Strata Plumbers

For reliable, honest strata plumber’s plumbing services, contact the team at Big Blue Plumbing today.

You can do this by calling the number listed on our website. When you speak to our representative, let them know any requirements you may have for the body corporate. Our team can provide you with any documentation for approval as required.

Alternatively, you can reach us by heading to our website’s “Contact Us” section and filling in your details. We will then be in touch with you at a suitable time.

Do you need an emergency plumber? We also offer 24/7 assistance for any urgent issues. Rest assured, our team will be there in a timely manner.

Look no further than Big Blue Plumbing for your body corporate plumbing services!

Body Corporate Plumbing

Big Blue Plumbing offers many plumbing solutions to real estate agents, property managers, and body corporates across the Sunshine Coast, Noosa, and Moreton Bay regions.

Strata Plumbing FAQs

Got more questions about body corporate or strata plumbing? See our most commonly asked questions and answers below:

In most cases, plumbing is the responsibility of the strata council or property manager. This is because plumbing is usually considered a ‘common area’ in a strata scheme. That said, there may be some cases where an individual unit owner is responsible for their plumbing, such as a leaking toilet or shower head — so it’s always best to check with your strata manager or body corporate representative.

Strata plumbing is a type of commercial plumbing used in multi-story buildings. It involves using pipes installed in a series, with each pipe serving a different level of the building. This plumbing is often used in high-rise buildings and other structures with many stories.

The main advantage of strata plumbing is that it separates wastewater and stormwater, which helps keep the building’s wastewater system from becoming overwhelmed. It also enables each level of the building to have its drainage system, which can help prevent sewage backups and other problems.

This type of plumbing isn’t for every plumber; a specialist like Big Blue Plumbing should be called for residential and commercial properties.

Strata do not generally cover a leaking shower.

For a repair or an improvement to be made to a property, the owner of that property must request and pay for the repair or modification. If the property owner is not responsible for the leak (e.g., if it is coming from another unit in the building), then the owner of that unit would be responsible for fixing it.

Although this applies to the most common case, you should contact your body corporate or strata manager before a plumber, as your agreement may differ.

There is no definitive answer to this question as it can depend on the specific bylaws of each strata corporation. Generally speaking, a leaking toilet would likely be considered a repair issue that would fall under the responsibility of the owner or occupier of the unit from which the leak is emanating. If you are concerned that your toilet may be leaking and are unsure who to contact, your strata council or property management company should be able to help.

Property management is typically responsible for the pipes in apartment walls. Maintenance workers such as the plumbers at Big Blue Plumbing often need to access these pipes to repair or diagnose problems. In some cases, the pipes may be the tenant’s responsibility, depending on the terms of their lease agreement.

If you have a water leak in your apartment, you should first turn off the water to your unit — Contact your property manager as soon as possible.

If the leak is coming from a fixture, such as a kitchen sink or bathroom faucet, you may be able to fix it by tightening a loose connection or replacing a washer. However, if the leak comes from a pipe in the wall or ceiling, your property manager will likely call a plumber to repair it.

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