One-stop-shop for household problems

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Oldmate ACT co-owners Tim and Bec Drage.

SAVING people’s time and money, Oldmate ACT provides a range of services such as plumbing, refrigeration, gas fitting, electrical, cooling and heating.

It’s a “one-stop-shop” says director Tim Drage, who has more than 15 years’ experience in the industry.

“When people have various issues within their household, they can just come to the one company,” he says.

“We can help them out with a majority of their appliances and different fixtures within the house.”

And that also goes for businesses, as Oldmate ACT works commercially, too.

As for the quality of work, Tim says it’s the highest because they work hard to get it right so they’re only at a job once.

“Our qualified staff are always on hand to answer any questions and give the best possible advice and will always provide you with quality service at a competitive price,” he says.

“We also have a quick turnaround and offer an emergency service as well.

“It’s 24 hours, so if someone has a burst water pipe flooding the house, we can come fix it.”

Oldmate ACT. Call 6254 6576, email or visit

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