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Established in 1955, Banjo Nominees Pty Ltd has a team of highly skilled plumbing and gas fitting professionals working to provide superior standards in everything we do.
Banjo Nominees Pty Ltd is a family owned and operated business, based in Melbourne’s Western Suburbs and servicing the C.B.D., Western and Northern Suburbs. Customer service is our number one priority, and after six decades, there are thousands of satisfied customers throughout Victoria that can attest to this.
Our licensed technicians are available on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Banjo Nominees are long term members of the Master Plumbers Association and are licensed through the Plumbing Industry Commission.
Our trade’s people operate from fully equipped vans for all plumbing services, ensuring that your plumbing maintenance and problems can be quickly and efficiently resolved. Our business is built around serving you, the customer. To make sure that we give you the best possible experience, our staff undergoes extensive training in new technology, with a strong focus on exceeding your needs and expectations.
Our client base is incredibly varied, spanning from Industrial, Chemical and Petroleum sites through to hotels, hospitals, education and training institutions. We also work with government departments, real estate companies and facility management organisations.
Banjo Nominees specialise in the testing and maintenance of thermostatic mixing valves and backflow prevention valves.
Some history on Banjo Nominees Founder and OAM Justice of the Peace, John Patterson.
“Most of our present work is concentrated in public hospitals, such as The Royal Children’s, Royal Woman’s and Sunshine Hospitals and various nursing homes. We are also employed in many industrial workplaces such as JBS Swift Abattoir and Kraft Foods. At the height of my business I employed 25 plumbers, servicing both domestic and industrial clients. Currently I employ around fifteen men including sub-contractors and I still put in 12 to 13 hour days myself!”