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Our Services

Experience Plumbing Excellence

GAS

Domestic Gas - All Pipework and Regulators as well as Gas Geysers and Gas Stoves.

GEYSER

New Installations and repairs of Geysers.

PLUMBING

Plumbing Renovations. New Installations/Replacements of pipes, taps, basins, baths, and toilets. Rerouting of water pipes, concealed and unconcealed.

Strategy & Vision

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Vision Statement

Mark's Plumbing and gas strives towards being known as a reliable and Cost Effective Plumbing Company in the Industry.

Mission

Mark's Plumbing and gas are consistently adapting our methods of approach to suit each clients needs, through a great sense of understanding and communication. By not being subject to only one field of the plumbing industry, we are proud to be both versatile and forward thinking.

Values

Mark's Plumbing and gas believes firmly in Honesty, Reliability, Integrity and Consistency. We also take great pride in Quality Workmanship, and therefore are continuously training our staff in order to guarantee client satisfaction.

Our Completed Projects

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Quallity Products Sold by Us

Our latest blog post

We work with new customers and grow their businesses

April 6, 2019 No Comments

Go with Gas for Water Heating:

With the never ending load shedding we are experiencing as South Africans and winter right on our doorsteps, the last thing we want is a cold bath or shower on one of the cold days awaiting us.  How about using gas for water heating e.g. gas geysers etc.? Gas geysers are fast becoming the popular […]

March 13, 2019 No Comments

Grey Water Systems & Water backup systems and pumps:

South Africa is seen as one of the water scares countries in the world, ranked as the 30th driest country.  Should a severe drought occur in the next 10 year, statistically Johannesburg is likely to run short of water by then.  How can we all make a difference in saving water as well as saving […]