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Welcome to Proto Call Plumbing Service in Cape Town

Founded in 2012,based in the Southern Suburbs. Proto Call Plumbing is open 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
We offer trustworthy and Professional service to all our customers.
Blocked drains, Burst geyser, Burst pipes, Plumbing maintenance & renovations, Grey water systems, Heat pump installation, Leak Detection, Certificate of compliance.
We are registered with the City of Cape town as certified plumber.
We offer 24/7 and emergency service.
Callout fee R350

Trusted Professional Plumbers

If you own a home or business within Cape Town area, you know how important it is to have steady water supply and working drainage system. Encountering any problem in your plumbing can significantly affect your day-to-day routine. Good thing you will feel at ease with professional plumbers like us in Cape Town who are readily available to fix such issues. No matter how big or small the problem is, from emergency plumbing repairs to unblocking your drains, we are here to help. All you need to do is to give us a call anytime.

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Why Choose Us

In Addition to our commitment towards excellence our advantages are :

Our aim is to uphold high standards of workmanship in all areas of plumbing, wheater it’s replacing a tap washer to a complete bathroom renovation

General Questions

It sounds as if the toilet flush handle gets stuck, causing the tank stopper to stay open. This allows the water in the tank to continuously flow into the bowl. Make an adjustment by oiling, tightening. or replacing the flush handle.

To temporarily stop a small leak, break off a pencil point in the pipe hole and then wrap the pipe with three layers of plastic electrician’s tape, extending 3 inches on either side of the hole. You can also clamp a piece of rubber, such as an old rubber glove, over the leak. If it’s a major leak, though, turn off the water supply immediately at the main shutoff valve and replace the pipe.

Water hammer (the noise you’ve described) occurs because the water in the pipes slams to a stop, causing a shock wave and a hammering noise. It’s not only annoying but also destructive to the pipes. You can minimize or eliminate water hammer by installing air chambers dead-end pieces of pipe. Most washing machine manufacturers recommend extra-long chambers—up to 24 inches—to provide added cushion for abrupt turnoffs.

The two most common causes for such noises are steam and sediment in the tank. You can often correct steam problems by merely lowering the thermostat setting. If you suspect a faulty thermostat, turn the setting all the way down: then if the heat source doesn’t go off, replace the thermostat. To get rid of problem-causing sediment in your water heater, open the drain valve at the bottom of the tank and drain off a little water until it runs clear. Draining the sediment should eliminate noise problems and allow your heater to operate more efficiently.

If you have any emergency plumbing need, simply call our 24 hour emergency plumbing

Quick and Reliable Repair of Emergency Leaks & Pipe Burst