Mount Ommaney is an outer suburb of Brisbane located 13 kilometers south-west of the CBD immediately west of the Centenary Highway. The suburb also is a part of the Centenary suburb where its neighboring suburb, Jindalee also belongs. The name of the suburb was derived from John Mansell Ommaney who was an early resident and landowner. He was the nephew of Dr. Stephen Simpson who was also the commissioner for Crown Lands in the Moreton Bay District. Simpson chose his nephew, John Ommaney as his heir which includes Simpson’s Wolston farm in Wacol. The population reached 2,334 during the tally conducted by the 2011 Australian census.
With the outburst of urbanization in the region over the past decade, multiple residential and business establishments are constructed. These also paved way for the drainage system to be affected and sadly, there are cases that these are taken for granted. Oftentimes, these water lines are clogged which are brought about by many causes. Indoor instances whether domestic or commercial such as grease and oil which are heavily poured down kitchen sinks can mix with cold substances causing it to stick in the walls of pipes. When this happens, they thicken and prevent the continuous flow of water. Hair builds up in bathroom drains worsen overtime. They get caught in the water pipe and fixtures underneath and capture other materials as they slither down these lines. Materials like soap or food can also build up between the downpipe and the fixtures underneath and can also cause water to be block.
Using a professional plumbing services and solutions, residents of Mount Ommaney can surely rely to DCB. You may contact them on 07 3667 8003.