Simply Plumbing Ltd
Serving Dublin Kildare & Surrounding Areas


Welcome To Simply Plumbing

Do you need a Dublin Plumber or a plumber in Dublin. Simply Plumbing the first name in plumbing in Dublin has been established for over 20 years. Simply Plumbing covers Dublin City & the greater Dublin area as well as Co Kildare. We provide a fast response and quality service, we also cater for emergency plumbing situations. The quality service offered by Simply Plumbing does not mean higher charges. Whenever you contact Simply Plumbing we are able to deal with your enquiry quickly and efficiently. All Simply Plumbing work comes with 12 month warranty as standard. 
Looking for a reliable Dublin Plumber, with honest upfront pricing, no call out fee and no hidden charges. Over the phone card payments and day time and evening rates are the same. Don't take our word for it, this is what some of our clients say, Ian O'Çonnell, Donnybrooke Dublin 4... Very good service, had a bad airlock and needed shower changed, Paul provided a good service....
Joe Lyndon , Smithfield Dublin 7... Really friendly and great service. Pallid a great job and at a really affordable price...
Ahmad Mawed, Ashtown Dublin 15...Paul very good,honest,professional, it was really excellent service, highly recommended...


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Immersions
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Toilet Repairs
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Hot Water Tanks
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Taps
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Radiators / Radiator Valve
By Paul Beattie 20 Apr, 2017
This is the leaking Wilo booster pump that had stopped working and was leaking, the pump was uneconomical to repair, in the picture you can see on the outlet to the hot water tank there is no isolation valve making the job a bit harder as the tank had to be drain. Supplied and fitted a new Grundfos booster pump and installed a new isolation valve, it would make servicing the pump much easier.
By Paul Beattie 19 Apr, 2017
Called out today to overflow (ball valve in main storage tank had failed) in Ballymena. Supplied and fitted a new ball valve in the tank. The overflow has now stopped.
Tip: If the water from the overflow is a bit of a nuisance you could open a cold tap in the bathroom until the plumber arrives. Make sure the cold tap on basin or bath you open that the waste is not blocked.

The next appointment was to take a look at a leak on waste pipe connected to the toilet in Clontarf. The job is booked in for next Wednesday.

Last appointment was to take a look at two hot taps on different basins that have stopped working.  The toilet won't flush either. And there is a faulty shower in the ensuite bathroom. The job is booked in for this Friday.
By Paul Beattie 18 Apr, 2017
First job today, called to a house  in Northumberland Road D4 to replace an expansion vessel and safety valve on central heating. If you find that when you put on the heating, the copper pipe going from the boiler to outside starts to leak, and the pressure gauge on the boiler is very high, the problem could be a ruptured bladder in the expansion vessel. The vessel will have to be replaced.  Replaced expansion vessel and PRV and all is now well.
Then I was on my way to Carrickmines D18 to replace a Stuart Turner pump that was beyond repair. With a new Stuart Turner pump there is  a 5 years warranty. Pump installed to Stuart Turner requirements.
My next job was also in D18 Gordon Avenue. The booster pump had stopped working. When I got there the pump was trying to come on but the motor had ceased and had a bad leak on the shaft: pump needed to be replaced. Booked to do  next Thursday.
Then onto Loughlinstown. Pump had stopped working,  was able to repair, pump is now in good working order. 


By Paul Beattie 16 Nov, 2016
Close coupled cisterns that are installed badly will over time leak and cause the close coupled plate and bolts will rust. The best way to remove the cistern is to try and cut the rusted bolts, once separated and cleaned you will be able to change the syphon, back plate, bolts and donut washer
By Paul Beattie 07 Nov, 2016
Called to a job today where the large double radiator was falling of the wall, it was a bit big as it was in the hall as you entered the house, the fixings was not that good holding the radiator to the wall. 
the client had decided to put a single radiator there instead of the larger radiator, it is now fixed back to the wall using the correct fixings.
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By Paul Beattie 25 May, 2016
Ensure all your taps are turned off fully.

Make sure that the water is not running down the back of the toilet pan. If you have water running down the back of the toilet pan, it would indicate that you have a problem with the inlet valve / ball valve or push button syphon in the system. This will cause your pump to hunt (turn on & off randomly). 

Here are some of our key plumbing services

Air Locks - Ball Valves - Blocked Toilets - Blocked Sinks - Blocked Drains - Burst Pipes - 
Hot Water Cylinder Installation - Hot Water Problems - Immersion Repairs - Immersion Heaters - Water Leaks - Overflows - Pipework Installation - Stuart Turner Pump Repairs - Radiator Installation - Radiator Valve Installation - TRV Installation - Plumbing Repairs - Emergency Plumbing Repairs - Shower Repairs - Electric Shower Repairs - Stop Cocks - Tap Repairs - Tap Installations - Under Sink Water Heater Installation - Dripping Taps - 
Washing Machine Installation - Dishwasher Installation.

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