MEET GARY MILBURN, THE OWNER AND NAME SAKE OF MILBURN PLUMBING SERVICES. HE IS A REGISTERED AND QUALIFIED PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER WHO HAS 39 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN SEVEN ASPECTS OF PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING, TO BRING TO YOUR ASSISTANCE. GARY PRIDES HIMSELF ON PROVIDING AN HONEST FRIENDLY QUALITY SERVICE AND EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS FOR HIS CUSTOMER'S CONCERNS. GARY WILL ALSO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS OR NEEDS YOU MAY HAVE ABOUT THE TASK AND TALK YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS OF THE REPAIR OR INSTALLATION NEEDED TO RESOLVE YOUR PLUMBING OR GAS FITTING PROBLEM. GARY ALSO PLACES GREAT IMPORTANCE ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION, OFFERING TO CLEAN UP ANY MESS CREATED DURING THE COURSE OF THE REPAIR OR INSTALLATION AS A STANDARD PART OF THE SERVICE. LEAVING THE AREA AS HE FOUND IT OR BETTER.
OUR PROMPT SERVICES CAN DO - alterations, construct, install, maintain, repair, replace, test or commission - most appliances, fixtures and associated piping and flues of systems that require Plumbing and Gas-fitting work. We provide advice on Sewer and Stormwater drainage systems.
Prepare trenches and laying of storm-water and sanitary drains. Installing, connecting and testing underground sewerage treatments systems such as septic tanks and pressurised treatment systems. Installing grease traps. Installing drains, while ensuring the use of adequate support systems. Cutting and sealing disused underground drains. Repairing and replacing below ground drains. Installing onsite disposal systems such as Mulchers, Neutraliser tanks, above ground grease interceptors and septic tanks. Installing overflow provisions, including overflow relief gullies and Reflux valves. Installing drainage vents and inspection shafts. Locating and clearing blockages in underground drains.
Gas fitting work is the construction, installation, replacement, repair, alteration, maintenance, testing or commissioning of any pipe, appliance, flue, fitting, apparatus, control or other item that is involved with the supply or use of gas and that is fitted downstream of the gas supply point and includes: Any gas appliance in, or on, a caravan or a vessel; and Any roof sheeting and roof flashing that is necessary for the purpose of any work described in this sub-regulation; and Any design work that is incidental to, or associated with, any work described in this sub-regulation: Installing and testing LPG and natural gas fitting lines. Installing and commissioning Type A gas appliances – for example, hot water services, space heaters, ducted heating units, gas stoves and cooktops. Providing for adequate ventilation when installing one or more Type A gas appliances. Installing flues through ceilings and roofs constructed of different materials, with appropriate clearances and flue termination.
TYPE A GAS APPLIANCE SERVICING WORK:
Gas appliances can vary in size, operating pressure and complexity. They range from small domestic gas space heaters to large industrial steam boilers or industrial furnaces. Victoria’s Gas Safety Act 1997 defines gas appliances as either Type A or Type B. Gas fitting work with these two appliance types differs in nature, complexity and risk. For this reason, gas fitters need to be qualified for, and experienced with, the type of appliance on which they are working. Experienced Type A gas fitting plumbers typically service domestic and light commercial gas appliances (such as cookers, space heaters, water heaters and leisure appliances). Type A appliance servicing work to a safe and competent standard, you must also be able to: Read a site or building plan and identify gas lines and appropriate locations and clearances for Type A gas appliances. Read, interpret and apply manufacturer specifications for servicing Type A gas appliances. Size pipes correctly for different installation jobs. Identify and calculate ventilation requirements. Understand the difference between Type A and Type B gas appliances. Complete a combustion spillage test prior to returning the appliance to service. Undertake restricted electrical works under an existing Restricted Electrical Worker's Licence.
The construction, installation, replacement, repair, alteration, maintenance, relining, testing or commissioning of any part of an irrigation system on a property from the connection point to the last valve controlling any pressurised zone in the system. Non-agricultural irrigation plumbing involves installing irrigation systems that provide an artificial supply of water to parks, private and public gardens, and sporting grounds such as ovals and bowling greens. Experienced irrigation plumbers typically do the following work (and more): Designing domestic irrigation systems. Installing and commissioning irrigation systems. Installing and commissioning domestic irrigation pumps.
MECHANICAL SERVICES WORK:
The construction, installation, replacement, repair, alteration, maintenance, testing or commissioning of a mechanical heating, cooling or ventilation system in a building, which is associated with the heating, cooling or ventilation of that of that building, and includes, Any valve, regulator, register, pipe, duct, flue, tank, heating or cooling pipe or surface, boiler, burner, solid fuel heater, coil or other item that is used in the system. In the case of a Cooling tower, any water pipe, valve, pump, automated dosing device or automated bleeding device or any other mechanical component that affects the cooling tower, cooling water flow rate or wastewater disposal. Roof sheeting and roof flashing that is necessary for the purpose of any work described in this sub regulation; The construction, installation, replacement, repair, alteration, maintenance, testing or commissioning of any fixed component used in the reticulation system for the supply or removal of a medical gases from the gas source to the wall outlet. The installation, commissioning and any incidental design work that is associated with the installation and commissioning of: Any part of a single head split system. A ceiling cassette system; of an add-on condenser unit for a Ducted system that is associated with the heating and cooling of a building. Any design work that is incidental to, or associated with, any work described in the above paragraphs.
The construction, installation, replacement, repair, alteration, maintenance, relining, testing or commissioning of any part of an above-ground sanitary plumbing system to connect sanitary fixtures and appliances to a holding tank, wastewater treatment system or a below-ground sanitary drainage system and includes: any fixture or appliance in, or on, a caravan or vessel that is connected to a holding tank, wastewater treatment system or a below-ground sanitary drainage system; and any roof sheeting and roof flashing that is necessary for the purpose of any work. described in this sub-regulation; any design work that is incidental to, or associated with, any work described in. All residential buildings, and nearly all commercial or industrial buildings, need sanitation. Experienced Sanitary plumbers typically do the following (and more): Planning the layout of a sanitary system. Fabricating and installing sanitary stacks used in Multi storey buildings. Installing piped vents and penetrations ensuring the roof and/or wall penetrations are watertight. Applying different methods of venting, including air admittance devices. Installing suspended pipework for fixtures. Cutting into existing pipework for additional fixtures. Installing waste pipes for basins, sinks and toilets, including installing pipe work for greywater used to flush toilets. Installing and connecting sanitary fixtures. Installing sanitary pumps. Locating and clearing sanitary drain blockages. WATER SUPPLY WORK: The construction, installation, replacement, repair, alteration, relining, maintenance, testing or commissioning of: Any part of a heated or cold-water service that is connected to a drinking water supply from the point of connection to: the water supply to the points of discharge of the service. Any part of a non-drinking heated or cold-water service or rainwater service, from the point of connection to the water supply to the points of discharge of the service; and Any heated water service in, or on, a caravan or vessel. Any design work that is incidental to, or associated with, any work described in the above. All residential buildings, and nearly all commercial and industrial buildings, require a hot and cold-water supply. Experienced Water supply plumbers typically do the following work (and more): Installing Fire Hydrants and hose reels systems. Fabricating and installing fire hydrant and hose reel systems. Testing fire hydrant and hose reel installations. Installing and testing both drinking and non-drinking heated or cold-water services. Installing and testing solar hot water services. Installing and testing water connections for bathrooms and toilets, including connections to sinks or basins, hot and cold taps, baths and showers. Installing and testing laundry fixtures, including connections to laundry troughs recycled water. Installing and testing drinking water fountains. Installing and connecting rainwater tanks to gardens and the water supply for cisterns and washing machines. Installing and testing kitchen fixtures, including water filters for drinking water. Fabricating and installing hydrant and hose reel systems. Installing water reticulation pump sets used, for example, in Hydronic heating, solar water systems and rainwater tanks. Conducting water pressure tests. Installing and connecting backflow devices ( but not the ongoing maintenance testing or commissioning ) Repairing and maintaining hot and cold water services, including those mentioned above.