Cost of stormwater pits and drains

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Having stormwater pits and drains installed costs an average of $75/hr. The actual prices, however, still vary depending on the specifics of each job. Generally, rates can be as low as about $70/hr to as high as $77/hr.

Where does this pricing data come from?

All prices stated in the above article are based on FY 2018 pricing data compiled by ServiceSeeking.com.au. The figures resulted from a comprehensive analysis of quotes submitted by Stormwater Pits and Drains Specialists on the site from July 2016 to July 2017.

Costs of common stormwater pits and drains installation jobs

Stormwater Pits and Drains Tasks Typical Quoted Prices
Reconnect a pipe to a stormwater drain $150
Remove tree roots that are blocking a stormwater drain $180
Stormwater drain inspection $185
Removing several storm water drains $1,320
Removing a water tank $150

Factors that influence the cost stormwater pits and drains installation

Before starting the job, your plumber will have to inspect the area where the stormwater pit and drain are to be installed. After doing the inspection, the plumber can determine how much to charge you by taking a variety of factors into consideration.

Materials

Stormwater pit and drainage systems come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The pits can be made from plastic or concrete, and the drains can be made from plastic or aluminium. Concrete pits are more expensive, but they are a worthy investment because they are built to last. Plastic pits can either be light-duty or heavy-duty, but they are typically more affordable than their concrete counterparts.

Size

A bigger stormwater pit and drainage system will usually be more expensive to install than a lighter one. This is because they are heavier, and they take more time to be properly installed. However, when it comes to stormwater pits and drains, the smallest option may not necessarily be the right one. Make sure to seek advice from your plumber regarding the best size for your property.

Additional services

In some installation jobs, excavation might be needed for the stormwater pit and drainage system to fit properly. This will likely drive up costs. Another thing that can add to your expenses is having custom-made storm water systems. Custom-made systems are more expensive because they are tailored to your exact specifications.

Rates vary from state to state

If you live in Victoria, plumbers will only charge you about $70/hr to install a stormwater system. Meanwhile, in New South Wales, stormwater pit and drain installation costs approximately $75/hr. The rate is a bit higher in Queensland where plumbers charge around $77/hr for the same type of service.

Pricing information correct as at August 2017.

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