Don’t make the mistake of using a hydraulic consultant with no experience in plumbing construction, or installation. It is wise to use the right people who are experienced with the installation of greasetraps, not just someone who has sat behind a desk for their whole career.
We are here to offer you the support you need for your tradewaste project.
When you complete a tradewaste job in most councils within Australia (especially in QLD) you will require a hydraulic plan to be designed for this work, and be submitted for approval to your local council. This will be required prior to starting work. We would also advise you do this before you get quotes for your job, as it is the design that will dictate what is required to price on this particular job, and that will give anyone the best chance to provide an accurate cost breakdown for you. Check the process below –
Step 1 – Design Phase
We can do a fully DONE-FOR-YOU service to save you time. This will include –
– coordinate your hydraulic design. ASK US FOR THIS TODAY!
– provide detailed plans for what your job will require.
– send these to the local council for approval.
– pay all council fees and gain council approval prior to tender and construction.
Step 2 – Cost breakdown
We provide you with a cost breakdown based on what is involved to complete your project according to the approved design. The local rules and regulations will be different based on where your new premises are located. We will provide a fully transparent “fixed price cost breakdown”, and run through the process with you so you are comfortable with the timelines and the inclusions within the scope of work.
Step 3 – Construction
When all local council approvals are attained and you are happy with the cost breakdown, we will begin construction based on a custom program to suit your requirements. Every business is different and some can go straight to installation. Others need a more comprehensive program to work in with their own operations