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Plumbers in County Dublin are available 24 x 7 x 365. We provide approved domestic, commercial and industrial plumbing services for this region and encompassing areas. We also give you useful information about how to find professional Plumbers in County Dublin.
Looking for a Plumber in County Dublin? -When seeking a plumber
- Ask for references and check whether you can view any similar work they may have done.
- Check they have insurance to cover your property (and that of your neighbors).
- Ask if their work is guaranteed, and if so, is the guarantee insurance-backed – meaning that if they go out of business the work is still covered.
- Find out if they have premises you can visit and find out how long they have been in business, an established plumber is less likely to disappear half way through a job.
- Find out if he or she is a member of a professional trade body such as the NSAI – National Standards Authority of Ireland, HPAI – Heating and Plumbing Association of Ireland , APHCI – Association of Plumbers & Heating Contractors Ireland. Organisations such as these require their members to adhere to a code of practice also offering recourse if anything should go wrong.
- Don’t take the plumber’s word for it: contact the trade body in question to check that they are really a registered member.
If you have issues with a Plumber in County Dublin
In some cases things can go wrong – if you are certain that theft or malicious damage has occurred or is occurring. You should report it to the guard/police. Your local Guard / Police Station is listed below. If you adversely come into contact with chemicals/products and they have a harmful effect you should seek medical advice asap. Contact your GP or your local A&E department in – click here to find your local hospital.
Sometimes before plumbing work but mostly after, you may need to dispose of waste that is too large or a not an acceptable waste type for your standard waste collectors to deal with. If this is the case contact your local council, perhaps try the EPA – Environmental Protection Agency website first, if you can not find the desired info you can call Multiple Councils ask for the waste department, once again check there website first.
Garda/Police Station local to County Dublin – Follow this link to (An Garda Síochána) find your local Garda station. Link: https://www.garda.ie/en/Contact-Us/Station-Directory/
Hospitals local to County Dublin -follow this link to (the HSE) find your local Public Hospital. Link: https://www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/3/acutehospitals/hospitals/hospitallist.html
Local Council Waste Management / Waste recycling – to find you local waste facilities/dump local to County Dublin contact the EPA – Link: http://www.epa.ie/terminalfour/waste/ or get in contact with your local councils waste department.
- Name: Multiple Councils
- Address: Multiple councils please search for each council
- Website: Multiple councils
- Phone: Multiple contacts
Plumbers in County Dublin Looking for Work: Are you a qualified plumber that is looking for work? do you have experience and references. If yes, get in touch we may be able to help.
Get a quote for plumbing services in County Dublin and its County Dublin encompasses Balbriggan, Clonalvy, Donabate, Garristown, Ballybrack, Deansgrange, Lusk, Monkstown, Newcastle, Portmarnock, Swords, Rush, Sallynoggin, Skerries, Ballybough, Dalkey, Dun Laoghaire, Glasthule, Lucan, Malahide, Mount Merrion, Rathcoole, Saggart, Shankill, Stillorgan
This page is specifically for residents of County Dublin including County Dublin encompasses Balbriggan, Clonalvy, Donabate, Garristown, Ballybrack, Deansgrange, Lusk, Monkstown, Newcastle, Portmarnock, Swords, Rush, Sallynoggin, Skerries, Ballybough, Dalkey, Dun Laoghaire, Glasthule, Lucan, Malahide, Mount Merrion, Rathcoole, Saggart, Shankill, Stillorgan and inclusive areas. If you are based in this area. Send us any relevent updates that you feel should be made, we value your comments.