We are your local and Sydney Water accredited experts in the construction of new water pipelines in Sydney, Illawarra and Blue Mountains

The water mains in and around Sydney, Illawarra and Blue Mountains are maintained by Sydney Water. These water mains and pipelines that transport water to these regions and are generally located under nature strips, footpaths and roads.

With the rise and ongoing developments in Sydney, Illawarra and Blue Mountains, All Line Plumbing can assist with the creation of new potable (water suitable for human consumption) and reclaimed (recycled) water assets.

Whether it is a water main owned by a public authority (Sydney Water, Hunter Water, or your local city council) or a privately owned water main owned by a developer, we have the equipment, expertise and accreditations to construct new water pipelines to service your building and development requirements.

You will generally need to get approval from your local authority if you are connecting to the city's pipelines.

Construction of New Water Main

All Line Plumbing are an accredited Sydney Water Listed Constructor

We are Sydney Water listed providers and constructors for all your water infrastructure works: such as the construction of new water pipelines.

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The construction of a new water pipeline

New developments can affect Sydney Water's water pipes and other assets. Before any construction and building works can commence, the following applications and processes are generally required:

  1. Plan your building
    Building plans are to be submitted online to Sydney Water via the 'Sydney Water Tap In' Tool on the Sydney Water website.
  2. Get plans approved
    If your building plans ARE NOT located on or near Sydney Water assets, your application will be approved.
    If your building plans ARE located near Sydney Water assets, you will require a Section 73 Certificate.
  3. Get a Section 73 Compliance Certificate
    During your Section 73 Certificate application, you will generally need a Service Protection Report (Pegout). You may also need to engage with a Water Servicing Coordinator (WSC) who will design your new water pipelines in accordance to Sydney Water's specifications and requirements.
  4. Connect to Sydney Water's water assets
    A Sydney Water listed constructor like All Line Plumbing, will need to be engaged to complete the minor or major works as per the Water Servicing Coordinator's (WSC) or engineer's design.

Once the above processes have taken place, the new water pipeline can be constructed.

Construction of New Water Main

All Line Plumbing are Sydney Water listed constructors and are authorized to connect you to the water systems to receive drinking water and recycled water.

What is a Service Protection Report?

A service protection report (also commonly known as a pegout) identifies and precisely locates Sydney Water assets (such as sewer and water mains) which may be in close proximity to the proposed development. Only Sydney Water accredited personnel like All Line Plumbing, can prepare these reports for you.

Are you building a swimming pool, a deck, a granny flat, excavating property or developing over or near a water main in Sydney?

The water infrastructure in and around Sydney are an asset owned by Sydney Water and it is their responsibility to ensure that these sewer pipes are protected against any kind of damage.

More: Service Protection Reports (Pegouts)

We offer a Sydney and Hunter wide plumbing service

Please feel free to contact us if you do not find your region listed below.

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Shane Hughes
0414 252 681
shane@alllineplumbing.com.au

Michael Furlan
0423 009 869
michael@alllineplumbing.com.au

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