An emergency plumber can come to the rescue when:

  • You have a blocked toilet, pipe or drain that has stopped the flow of water or is causing overflow or backup to the nearest outlet.
  • You have a burst pipe which is causing substantial water loss or water damage to your home.
  • You have a broken tap causing substantial water loss or damage to your home.
  • You have noticed water leaking in your walls or ceiling due to blocked downpipe or internal plumbing.
  • Your hot water system isn't working or is causing damage to your home due to a leak.
  • There is a damaged gas pipe leaking inside or outside your home (may need electrician depending on your situation).

An emergency plumber will arrive within 4 hours.^

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Things to note

^ Conditions, limitations, and exclusions apply. Service provided by RACQ's contracted service provider Aizer Trade Services Pty Ltd, QBCC licence 15137712, electrical contractor licence 86177. Available in selected areas only. Where applicable, follow-up work requires a separate contract with Aizer Trade Services Pty Ltd. RACQ accepts no responsibility for this follow-up work. While not guaranteed, RACQ’s Service Provider will endeavour for a licensed tradesperson to arrive within 4 hours.