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Time for spring maintenance: Maxwell Plumbing


Now that spring has officially sprung, it’s a great time to start thinking about ticking off those general maintenance jobs around the home.

 

 

 

Tasks like fixing dripping taps, checking hot water cylinders for leaks and cleaning spoutings, are all high on agendas following the end of the winter months.

Family-owned and operated Christchurch business, Maxwell Plumbing, can help with all your plumbing solutions, as the company specialises in everything from bathroom renovations and kitchen plumbing to gas fitting and commercial contracting.

The drainage division completes sewer and stormwater replacement work, and the plumbing division works on both household jobs and commercial projects.

Recently, Maxwell Plumbing has been undertaking a lot of bathroom renovation work, providing everything you need to get the job done, including the plumber, the builder and tradesmen.

The team is also excited to soon be returning to its permanent offices at the same site, after working from a portable building while workshop refurbishments were underway.

Maxwell Plumbing can carry out all projects, large and small, and still has capacity to undertake renovation work prior to Christmas, so if there’s something you have in mind, best make the call today.

Gold Card customers can get a 10 percent discount and quotes can be provided for any domestic or commercial plumbing job you may have.

For more information, phone 03 366 4403 or visit www.maxwellplumbing.co.nz.

 

 


 

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Goodbye Chlorine! – Maxwell Plumbing

Maxwell Plumbing is bringing back the clean taste and benefits of good old Christchurch water, consistent, fresh and pure – without the strong odour of chlorine.
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With Christchurch’s chlorinated water supply not going away any time soon, hands-on local owner Stephen Whittaker has met the increasing customer demand to install quality water filters. It’s more affordable than most people think. From between $700 and $1100 for a whole house water supply, dependent on work required to source and connect to the mains pipe, pure-tasting drinking water is easy.
Water pressure is not affected, health conditions exacerbated by chlorine may get relief, and the hassle of buying and storing drinking water is gone. Alternatively, for around $450, a small filter can connect under the sink for the kitchen tap only.
Stephen says filters in more modern homes with an isolating valve in the garage can be installed on internal garage walls, or on the outside or fence-lines of older homes. Relatively unobtrusive, they are nothing a bush wouldn’t hide. Experienced plumbers are best for the job and Maxwell Plumbing has 35 years knowledge in all sorts of situations.
The Puretec or Trevoli cartridges use Chloraguard filters which only need replacing annually to remain effective in removing sediment, rust, dirt, bad taste and chlorine down to an undetectable one micron. Friendly service is fast – filters can be installed with as little as two days’ notice.

Just phone Marion on 03-366 4403 or email marion@maxwellplumbing.co.nz.
SuperGold Card members receive 10 percent discount – another reason to be, once again, able to turn on the tap and enjoy.
Visit www.maxwellplumbing.co.nz.