Plumbing in Sandton

Burst pipes/Leaks
Leaking and burst pipes are always an emergency and when it comes to finding the right plumber in Sandton, look no further than Plumbing in Sandton. Our experience and trusted plumbers always provide a quick response and a professional service. Our workmanship is held to the highest standards, which is why we are happy to provide a guarantee for each and every job.
When it comes to leaking pipes, we’ve got you covered. All of our plumbers have extensive leak detection experience, and we only use high-quality equipment to ensure we do the job right, the first time. When it comes to leaking pipes, Plumbing in Sandton is the choice for peace of mind.

Blocked Drains

Blocked drains are every household in Sandton worst nightmare. Besides being unhygienic, they can easily cause unnecessary damage to your property. At Plumbing in Sandton, we go out of our way to ensure your blocked drain is cleared as quickly as possible. Our experienced and professional plumbers will ensure the job is done correctly the first time. We pride ourselves on our workmanship which is why we guarantee each and every job.

Geyser Repairs/Replacements/Installation
Whether you need your geyser repaired, replaced, or are looking for a new installation, Plumbing In Sandton is the plumber of choice. We understand how important a geyser is to every household in Sandton which is why we ensure we only send the best to get your geyser up and running as soon as possible. Our experienced and reliable plumbers make it their priority to provide you with a professional service backed by our trusted guarantee.

24-hour Emergency Plumbing

You don’t have time to research plumbers when it’s an emergency. When it comes to finding a plumber you can trust and rely on in Sandton, look no further than Plumbing in Sandton. Our qualified, professional, and trusted plumbers are here to help you no matter what your emergency is. Our 24-hour emergency plumbing specialists work to the highest standards, guaranteeing each and every job. We won’t leave you feeling disappointed.

Residential Plumbing

For all your residential plumbing needs look no further than Plumbing in Sandton. Our team of highly experienced plumbers will efficiently and professionally tend to all your needs. No matter how big or small, our trusted plumbers will ensure that every job is completed to the highest of standards. Plumbing in Sandton is your residential plumbing expert – we pride ourselves on our expertise and quality workmanship which is why we guarantee each and every job.

Commercial Plumbing

For all your commercial plumbing needs look no further than Plumbing in Sandton. Our team of highly experienced plumbers prides themselves on providing a reliable, efficient, and professional service which is why we guarantee each and every job.
No matter how big or small, our trusted plumbers will ensure that every job is completed to the highest of standards. Plumbing in Sandton is your commercial plumbing expert – we take care of the plumbing so you can take care of business.

About Sandton

Sandton is a financial centre of Johannesburg, South Africa and forms part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality. The name of the town came from the combination of two of its suburbs, Sandown and Bryanston.[2] In 1969 Sandton was promulgated as a municipality in its own right,[3] but lost its status as an independent town after the re-organisation of South African local governments after Apartheid ended.[4]
Early settlers The three original farms, Zandfontein, Driefontein and Rietfontein, and later two additional farms, Witkoppen and Cyferfontein, upon which Sandton was founded. Archaeological findings suggest the area, which Sandton comprises today, had originally been occupied by various indigenous groups, before European settlement, most notably the Tswana and, to a lesser extent, Sotho people. The remains of an Iron Age smelter was discovered in Lone Hill, a suburb of northern Sandton. One of the first Voortrekker parties to settle in the area were the Esterhuysen family on the farm Zandfontein (Afrikaans and Dutch for Sandy Spring or Sand Fountain). A monument to commemorate them may be found just off Adrienne Street in Sandown where the family cemetery is located. Zandfontein, Driefontein (Afrikaans and Dutch for Three Springs/Fountains) and Rietfontein (Afrikaans and Dutch for Reed Spring or Fountain of Reeds) encumbered what was to become Sandton. The municipal coat of arms of Sandton pays homage to the three farms with three round fountain barrels on its chevron.[5] In the late 19th-century the Wilhelmi family of Hannover, Germany acquired the farm Driefontein No. 3 while Rietfontein was owned by the Ehler family. The original Driefontein homestead, now within the confines of the Field & Study Centre, was looted during the Anglo-Boer War. The ruins are visible on the northern bank of the Klein Jukskei River. The Wilhemi family, upon return from Germany built the ‘new’ 1906 Driefontein Farmhouse on what is present-day Fifteenth Street, Parkmore cum Riverclub. The farmhouse served as the icon and headquarters for the now defunct Sandton Historical Foundation and is listed as a City of Johannesburg Owned Heritage Site. 1960s and 1970s Sandton was established as a separate municipality in 1969 by the office of the Administrator of the Transvaal. It had formerly not formed part of Johannesburg but was managed, in part by the ‘parent city’ and Pretoria through the North Eastern Peri-Urban Land administration. Initially it was very much a residential area consisting mostly of small holdings with a rural “horsey” lifestyle attracting many of the upper-middle classes and Johannesburg elites. It was subsequently dubbed the “mink and manure” belt.[citation needed] The Rivonia Trial derives its name from the locality of Liliesleaf Farm within the Sandton suburb where many of the Black freedom fighters such as Nelson Mandela were captured by the South African state and subsequently tried for treason. Rivonia had previously been known as Edenburg and was changed to make itself distinct from Edenburg, Free State. It was named for the surname Riven. Sandton and its constituencies were traditionally relatively more liberal than surrounds. For example, the motion which never materialised by residents in favour for the inclusion of Alexandra, Gauteng then a demarcated black township in terms of the Group Areas Act, into Sandton’s jurisdiction proved troublesome for the National Party government which had a strong constituency in the adjacent town of Randburg.[citation needed] 1980s and 1990s The construction of Sandton City by Rapp & Maister (which was eventually taken over by the Liberty Group which still retains 75% of the complex) marked a significant change for the Sandton area. It created rapid commercialisation and industrialisation. Sandton came to symbolise the White Flight movement of Johannesburg and secured itself as Johannesburg’s second Central Business District. After the demise of Apartheid, by 1996, Sandton initially formed part of the interim Eastern Metropolitan Substructure,[6] and in 2000 came to be included, along with the former towns of Randburg and Roodepoort, as part of the newly demarcated City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality thus losing its separate municipal government and town status. Despite this, Sandton is still unofficially earmarked as a distinct region of the city and operates as a macro-suburb.