Nambour Heat Pump Hot Water Repairs and Replacement

Welcome to Heat Pump Hot Water Repairs Warana Sunshine Coast’s number one hot water specialist.

Nambours's number one hot water specialist

We are Nambour’s number one plumbing business that specialises in the plumbing service and repair of hot water systems, hot water heat pumps and solar hot water systems Heat pump and Hot Water Repairs  services the Sunshine Coast. Our technicians and staff have over twenty years experience in the solar hot water and hot water industry.

The fact that we know a lot about the most common brands of solar hot water systems and have the availability to access a huge range of solar hot water, Hot water and Heat Pump replacement parts will give you confidence that we can fix you hot water system. We carry the parts to fix your problems in our vehicles. 

This makes a big difference to the time and cost to repairing hot water systems. We have a long history of satisfied clients in the Nambour area. We have the knowledge and experience to complete all solar hot water, electric hot water and heat pump repairs, heat pump hot water suppliers hot water system suppliers and plumbing in Nambour on the Sunshine Coast.

Nambour

Nambour is 101 kilometres (63 mi) north of the state capital, Brisbane. The town lies in the sub-tropical hinterland of the Sunshine Coast at the foot of the Blackall Range It was the administrative centre and capital of the Maroochy Shire and is now the administrative centre of the Sunshine Coast Region. The greater Nambour region includes surrounding suburbs such as Burnside, Coes Creek, and Perwillowen.

In 1891, the rail link with Brisbane was completed, and at its opening Petrie’s Creek was renamed “Nambour”, after the Nambour cattle station.[6]

A fire in 1924 destroyed many of the timber buildings along the main street.

Petrie’s Creek Post Office opened on 1 June 1888 (a receiving office had been open from 1885, originally known as Carrollo) and was renamed Nambour by 1890.[8]

The Nambour branch of the Queensland Country Women’s Association was founded on 1 November 1928. In 1931 they established their QCWA Rest Rooms in the Shire Hall. In September 1958 they officially opened their own building at 10 Short Street (still in use today).[9]

The town was bypassed by the Bruce Highway on 16 October 1990, which now forms the locality’s north-eastern boundary. This alleviated most of the local traffic congestion.

Along the middle of the roadway of Mill, Currie and Howard Streets, a piece of Queensland Rail history is still on display – the Nambour to Coolum Tramline. The Tramline was used to transport passengers and sugar cane in the early 1920s. The Tramline forms part of the Moreton Central Sugar Mill Cane Tramway,[10] The tramway closed at the end of 2001.[11] Much of the track and signal lighting still remains.

 

Servicing the Sunshine Coast

We service all areas of the Sunshine Coast.

Buderim, Maroochydore, Alexandra Headland, Mooloolaba, Warana, Nambour, Caloundra, Montville, Landsborough, Coolum Beach, Mapleton, Maleny, Cooroy, Eumundi, Kawana, Noosaville , Aroona, Beerburrum, Bli Bli, Battery Hill, Bokarina, Caloundra West, Chevallum, Dicky Beach, Diddillibah, Doonan, Eudlo, Flaxton, Yandina, Forest Glen, Golden Beach, Glass House Mountains, Hunchy, Glenview, Kulangoor, Kunda Park, Cotton Tree, Kureelpa, Little Mountain, Marcoola, Meridan Plains, Maroochy River, Mooloolah Valley, Mount Coolum, Mountain Creek, Mudjimba, Ninderry, North Arm, Palmview, Sippy Downs, Tewantin, Twin Waters, Woombye