Need a plumber in Roseville?
We are the local company for all your plumbing requirements. If you need someone out to work on any plumbing issues that you have, we’re the ones to call. We’ve been in the business for years so we know the requirements and are prepared for everything you need your Roseville plumber to do. Our fully qualified and experienced Sydney plumbing team have handled the toughest and biggest of jobs.
Why not ask us about blocked drain clearing, repairing or replacing hot water system or pipe relining services? These are some of our specialty – and there’s a lot more! And now is the time to get your plumbing done right, so you don’t get caught out in the long run. We have modified and designed systems that are already saving our customers in their homes and businesses. It’s time to get smart, and we’re your Roseville plumber with all the right advice.
Installations, water-proofing, resealing, relaying pipes – all in a days work. All our work comes 100% guaranteed and with the most competitive prices around. With this offer, there really is no better choice in town. Servicing the extended area, choose the Roseville plumber that demands the best.
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About Roseville (History)
William Henry was one of Ku-ring-gai’s first European settlers, who used the area for farming. There were a few fruit orchards and market gardens in the area. Other significant settlers were David Mathew, who owned a property called Clanville, and Richard Archbold, who was granted an area of 600 acres (2.4 km2) adjacent to Clanville. Archbold later acquired Clanville and set up an orchard on the property. Archbold’s son-in-law had a stone cottage called Rose Villa, which was later demolished to make way for the North Shore railway line. Roseville eventually derived its name from Rose Villa.
Roseville Post Office opened on 8 July 1901. Roseville East Post Office opened on 1 December 1937.
Babbage Road was named for Eden Herschel Babbage (a grandson of Charles Babbage), a retired banker who lived in “Rawhiti” on Clanville Road. Dubbed the “Father of Roseville”, he was largely responsible for developing Roseville Park, Davidson Park and Roseville Chase. His brother-in-law, Francis Robert Burton, donated the large pavilion in Roseville Park, following the death in 1913 of brother William Burton, of “Woodlands” on Bancroft Avenue.
The Australian photographer Harold Cazneaux (1878 to 1953) lived for much of his life in a Federation home called “Ambleside”, located in Dudley Avenue.
At the time of his appointment as Premier of New South Wales in 2011, Barry O’Farrell lived with his family in Roseville, but as of 2012 resided at nearby Turramurra. As a member of parliament, Barry O’Farrell represented the electoral district of Ku-ring-gai, which Roseville falls within.
Source: Wikipedia – Roseville