Who are Sumich Plumbing?
Sumich Plumbing & Drainage was originally formed in 1991 by Chris Sumich to provide professional plumbing, gas fitting, drainage and roofing services to the domestic and commercial sectors of Auckland.
Chris has been offering his plumbing expertise to the greater Auckland area for over 30 years, and together with the workers of Sumich Plumbing and Drainage have a combined experience of over 100 years.
Our business provides the wider Auckland and North Shore area with a number of commercial and residential plumbing jobs, including:
- Hot Water Heating
- Roofing, spouting and downpipes
- Backflow Prevention
Registered Members Of The Auckland Plumbers, Gasfitter & Drainlayers Association Inc
Chris Sumich and his team are all registered by the NZ Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board.
Chris Sumich is the Past President of the Auckland Plumbers Association Inc, so you can be rest assured that your plumbing and drainage job is being put into the hands of a professional who has an extensive knowledge about the industry.
Emergency Plumbing Service 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week
Don’t fret if you are in need of qualified plumber outside business hours, as Sumich Plumbing and Drainage offer a 24/7 emergency plumbing service to the North Shore and West, East, North and South Auckland areas.
To contact our Auckland Plumbers for an emergency call-out, please call us now on 0508 786 424
Site Safe And Installers Of EECA
The team at Sumich Plumbing and Drainage are members of Site Safe, meaning that your plumbing, gas fitting, drainage, roofing and heating jobs are completed competently and safely on your property.
EECA (Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority) supports, promotes and encourages energy conservation, efficiency and the use of renewable sources in both residential and commercial properties. As installers of EECA, you can get helpful and sufficient advice about what energy efficient appliances will work best for your property.
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