Coronavirus Procedures

Coronavirus Safety Update 


"I am very pleased that Cameron's attention to hygiene took into consideration not only his safety but also mine and my property. When he finished the job he not only used disinfectant in the bathroom but also where ever he had touched including the front door." 
Jennifer from Newtown, ★★★★★


"Peter was friendly, respectful of current COVID-19 situation and did the job quickly and efficiently." 
Eugene from Eastwood, ★★★★★

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"Very pleasant and courteous. Extremely understanding and empathetic about my concern about wearing a mask, taking off shoes, and wearing gloves before entering apartment (I am vulnerable as a Senior). Understood what was wrong with the toilet flush system. Explained clearly what he was going to do to replace the outlet valve. Cleaned up after himself and sprayed antiseptic around areas he had been working." 
Margie from Wollstonecraft, ★★★★★


At Blocked Drains To The Rescue we are helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) using the following methods to ensure you are in safe hands

Since this situation is dynamic, the information here is subject to change at any time.

Training for Hand Washing Procedures

We have trained all employees in correct handwashing technique using soap / hand sanitiser and then gloves. All our staff carry good hygiene equipment including antibacterial wipes, antibacterial soap, kitchen towels, tissues and rubber gloves.

Social Distancing Procedures To Maintain A Respectful Distance In Your Home

Our staff are trained to maintain a distance of 1.5metres when visiting your home to comply with Government guidelines.

Use Of Personal Protective Equipment

Our staff have always followed strict safety rules in accordance with the industry bodies, NECA and MASTER PLUMBERS.  We will continue to put the safety of our customers and employees first by using the appropriate safety gear.

If A Customer Shows Cold Or Flu-like Symptoms We Will Reschedule Their Work

Your new job booking experience will also include a question from our office around this aspect of social distancing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

Working From Home

Many of our staff are currently working from home as a preventative measure with only EMERGENCY STAFFING LEVELS.  Staff with any cold or flu-like symptoms, or anyone returning from abroad are also being isolated.

Our Staff Have Been Advised Not To Shake Hands

We may not be able to shake your hand but know that after 30 years of dealing with blocked drains across Sydney you are always in SAFE HANDS with Plumber & Electrician To The Rescue.