Get a complete overview with a Sewer Diagram
What is a Sewer Diagram?
A sewer diagram displays a property’s private wastewater pipes.
It also shows all private plumbing work approved by NSW Fair Trading. So, if there is plumbing in the house that is not shown on the diagram, this means it may not have been inspected yet.
When do you need a Sewer Diagram?
- Flood level
- Statute of limitations
- A-B concrete encased
- Sewer in tunnel
- BOS Satisfactory
How can you get a Sewer Diagram?
InfoTrackGO sources the right Sewer Diagram report and delivers it to your email in a matter of minutes.
Just provide us with the address of the property and we will handle the searching for you.
Where do we get access to Sewer Diagrams?
Sydney Water and Hunter Water
At InfoTrackGO, we coordinate with Sydney Water and Hunter Water to provide the information you need. As a statutory state-owned corporation of New South Wales , Sydney Water delivers safe drinking water to the populations of Sydney, the Blue Mountains and the Illawarra. It is also committed to safeguarding the health of our rivers and beaches.
Hunter Water is also a state-owned corporation that provides drinking water, wastewater, recycled water and some stormwater services to homes and businesses across the Lower Hunter region.
With InfoTrackGO, you can always be confident that our quick searches and instant results are based only on reputable sources!
Sewer Diagram FAQs
A sewer diagram will show information regarding the plumbing work of the property, while older diagrams will also show the point of connection to the Sydney Water wastewater system, as well as easements over the land and other information specific for plumbers.
Sewer diagrams can also show other features like the flood level, statute of limitations, as well as other features.
Currently, sewer service diagrams are available for selected properties serviced by Sydney Water or Hunter Water.