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Emergency Plumbing

Need Emergency Plumbing Western Sydney? Give Us A Call!

We can Help You 24/7

Faced with a plumbing emergency on a Saturday night? Rapid Plumbing Group is available with a solution 24 hours a day, seven days a week, ready to get things done.

Blocked drains, burst pipes, leaking toilets, we handle it all for you fast and easy to get your life back on track. Call us at 1800 172 743 now!


Plumbers You Can Trust

Plumbing issues plague households across Sydney every day, causing just as much grief as monetary damage. Every problem has a solution, however, and Rapid Plumbing Group is here to provide.

Family-owned and run

Family-Owned, Family-Run

We started as a family business with humble beginnings from Penrith, and have continued to grow both as a business and as people. Our team is family to us, and so is the local community. We take good care of our own, and that includes you and your needs.



Rapid Plumbing Group has worked on large-scale projects with big clients, such as NSW Fire Services, schools across the state, and various local councils. We have consistently exceeded expectations by outperforming KPIs and finishing well before deadlines. Naturally, you can expect the same speed on your demands.

Quality Customer Service

Quality customer service

Our services come at an upfront, affordable price, no surprise or hidden charges involved. We are perfectionists who are proud of our work. We strive to get everything done right the first time, and if someone doesn't agree, we always come back to fix it until everyone is happy, no extra charge. We’re COVID-certified and have been trained in the proper practices. As always, we value safety above all.

Emergency Plumbing Sydney FAQs

Can I unblock a drain myself?

If the drain is not shared and the blockage is minor, it is possible to resolve it with some home remedies.

  • Baking soda and Vinegar
  • Warm water and Soap

Should I pour boiling water down a blocked drain?

While it is possible that this can solve your problem, it is not recommended. Hot or boiling water can potentially damage or melt plastic bonding between pipes. In the case of PVC pipes, they may be directly damaged or melted too.

What causes burst pipes?

There are several common reasons why pipes burst, but usually blockages are the main culprit. Pressure built up inside a pipe due to a blockage will eventually cause the pipe to burst. Freezing can also cause pipes to rupture from the water within expanding.

What should I do first if I have a burst pipe?

The damaged section of pipe will have to be replaced. If you are not already well-versed in pipe repair, call in a professional plumber to handle it. In the meantime, turn off the water supply to stop further leakage.

Which pipes are most likely to burst?

Exposed pipes, old pipes and pipes affected by corrosion are most prone to bursting. This is why it is important to maintain healthy pipes. In cold weather, pipes situated in unheated areas are at more risk.