Fast, Efficient & Friendly Plumbing Services
Fast, Efficient & Friendly Plumbing Services
Fast, Efficient & Friendly Plumbing Services
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Plumbers Armidale

Expert Armidale Plumbing Team

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Cuttle Plumbing can come to you for emergencies, maintenance and installations. A family-owned Armidale plumber business, we have been servicing the New England Region since 2012. Fully licensed, we can repair and maintain your plumbing in the home or your business.

Our service areas are:

  • Armidale
  • Walcha
  • Guyra
  • Uralla
  • Ebor
  • Kentucky
  • And everywhere in-between!

For fast, efficient and friendly plumbing services in Armidale call Cuttle Plumbing today.

If you have a blocked drain or a leak, we can fix it. We can also install new fixtures to update your decor and save you water.

Never run out of hot water. Our experienced team can take care of installation, maintenance and repairs for your gas, solar or electric hot water system.

Got a new gas appliance you need installed? Or, perhaps your oven is on the blink. Our certified gasfitters are just a call away.

Keep your build on schedule—let us design your plumbing. Call Cuttle Plumbing and get it done right the first time.

Upgrade your bathroom, kitchen or laundry and increase the value of your home. We can install more efficient fixtures.

Signs You Urgently Need An Armidale Plumber

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The sooner you’re able to fix a plumbing problem, the better – even issues that might seem small at first could easily cause significant damage to your property without you realising.

For this reason, it is important that you give us a call whenever you see the signs of a severe issue. This can include an unusual gurgling sound when you use the toilet or run a tap, as this might mean water is backing up into your property. You should always be vigilant if you smell gas; it could be something else, but it’s always better to be safe than sorry.

Another common emergency sign is any unusual liquids near pipes, as this might mean the pipes themselves have a leak, which can cause structural damage if you don’t fix it.

This can also manifest as low water pressure, easily observable when washing dishes or using the shower. Slow drainage is often a sign of a clogged drain, a concern that can lead to flooding and sewage back-up if you aren’t careful with what goes into your pipes.

For winter specifically, you might also notice a lack of running water – this could be a sign that water has frozen in the pipes, which can worsen into a crack or burst.

Recognising the urgency of plumbing issues is crucial for maintaining the safety and functionality of your home. Other signs that indicate the need for immediate professional attention include discoloured water, which could suggest rust or sediment build-up in your pipes. If your water appears brown, yellow or reddish, it’s advisable to contact a plumber to investigate potential corrosion, which could compromise your water quality.

Hearing water run when all taps are closed is another warning sign of a potential leak hidden within your walls. Such leaks, if left unchecked, can lead to significant water loss and damage over time. A skilled plumber can use specialised equipment to locate the source of the leak and repair it promptly.

Furthermore, if your toilets or drains emit a persistent bad odour, this could be a symptom of a deeper issue within your sewage system. Such odours should not be ignored as they indicate the inefficiency of waste escaping through your lines, which could lead to health hazards.

A sudden spike in water bills can also signify hidden leaks or inefficiencies in your plumbing system. If your usage habits haven’t changed but your bill has increased significantly, it’s wise to have a plumber perform a detailed inspection.

By staying alert to these signs and seeking immediate assistance from our experienced plumbers in Armidale, you can avoid the inconvenience and expense of significant plumbing failures. Early detection and repair are your best tools for preventing plumbing emergencies. Don’t hesitate to contact us at the first sign of trouble; we’re here to ensure your plumbing system in Armidale remains robust and reliable.

At Cuttle Plumbing, we always try to work within your schedule. Emergencies and other plumbing issues never arrive at the ideal time, so we do our best to offer quick call-outs and turnarounds that work for you.


For some leaks and blockages, you’ll need an urgent response, even if it’s after hours; that’s why we offer emergency appointments across our service regions.


Even during the daytime, we’ll be there as quickly as possible, with a strong estimate on when we can get there – time is money when it comes to plumbing, as any issue could get worse without a rapid solution.

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Our licensed and trained staff do much more than just tighten pipes and fix drain blockages; we can also install and service your solar or gas water systems. Whether you’re running a commercial enterprise or just need new hot water in your home, you can trust us to always bring the best people for the job to get your water running as it should.


We can consult with you on the best system that suits your needs, such as by helping you upgrade to a continuous flow hot water system; we can also provide these systems from a range of known, trustworthy brands.

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Why Choose Our Armidale Plumber Professionals?

Family has been at the heart of our business since we opened our doors in 2012, and we hope to welcome you into the Cuttle Plumbing family. We have decades of combined experience helping homes across New England with their pipes and other plumbing needs.


Our status as a family business is important to us because it shows we are always working together to solve your problems, giving your pipes a foundation as strong as our own.

Plumber FAQs

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I have a plumbing emergency! Do you do callouts after hours?

Yes! We understand that sometimes problems occur at the most unfortunate times. Give us a call and we’ll come to you as soon as we can!


I have a single flush cistern I don’t want to replace, is there a way I can still save water?

You may have heard of the old brick in the cistern trick—offsetting the water in your cistern with a large object so that your toilet uses less water each time you flush. While the best way to save water is to install a more efficient dual flush unit, you might not have that option. So, in the meantime, re-use a plastic milk bottle. Weight it down with water, sand or pebbles, then place it in your cistern. Do not use a brick because it can break down in the water and the fragments can be damaging to your toilet mechanisms and drainpipes.


How can I check if my toilet is leaking?

A leaking toilet can be hard to detect, and you could end up adding hundreds of dollars on your water bill. Placing a few drops of food colouring in the cistern will help you find out if water is leaking into the bowl between flushes. If the water in the bowl becomes discoloured, you may have a leak. Contact us so we can check for and repair any leaks.


I have a blocked drain, what should I do?

The first thing you can do to unblock a drain is to pour boiling water down it to try to dissolve or dislodge any blockage. If that fails, try a cup of baking soda and a cup of vinegar or a commercially available chemical drain cleaner. Take care to plug up outlets like both drains in a dual basin sink. Still blocked? Try plunging. Make sure that all holes where pressure might escape are plugged up. The sink should be filled with enough water to cover the cup of the plunger, then you can give it your best shot. If the blockage persists it is time to contact us.


I dropped something down the sink, what can I do?

Before you do anything else you need to turn the water off to avoid washing it away. It could be sitting in the pipe bend called a trap. Give us a call and we can check the pipes for you. We can also service the rest of your sinks, taps and your hot water system while we’re at it.


I think I smell gas, what should I do?

If you think you can smell gas the first thing you should do is extinguish any naked flames like candles and stovetops. Make sure to turn off any gas appliances, too. Open doors and windows so that the gas can escape and fresh air can get in. Leave any electrical appliances as they are. Do not switch them on or off. Then you need to call us, so we can find the source of the leak and fix it.