WITH A PASSION FOR PLUMBING, PASSED DOWN THROUGH THE GENERATIONS...
Founded in 1948 by Ted Baker, Neil & Craig Baker Plumbing is a family run company that specialises in domestic and commercial maintenance plumbing.
Now run by Craig and his son Adam, the company has been passed down four generations. Based in Belrose and servicing the Northern Beaches, North Shore and Upper North Shore areas.
Having a goal to provide personal service, with the knowledge and experience of over 30 years of plumbing. Craig and Adam, know they can meet and exceed your requirements. Offering a professional service and the satisfaction that the jobs have been completed in a clean and honest way.
MEET OUR PLUMBERS
Neil & Craig Baker is a family with decades of plumbing expertice
Adam left school at the end of year 10. He was working at a door and window factory in Brookvale but knew he didn’t want to continually be inside. One morning a friend of his dad drove past him in traffic and offered him a trial at his plumbing company. He left 7 years later with experience to last a lifetime. He started working with Craig in 2016 with the experience from working with a larger company. His real expertise is in hot water having worked with Rinnai, Bosch and Dux hot water. Adam started motor bike riding when he was 5 after his dad bought him a bike. He has raced around the county for 18 years before deciding that was enough and stopping at age 23. Now 25 he is looking to the future and wanting to get into the property market with his Fiancé and see where that can take him.
Craig started plumbing with his Father in 1980 after finishing high school. Craig went to North Sydney TAFE to study his trade. Working with his father they had large amounts of work with Sydney Harbour National Parks and real estates around the northern beaches. They performed a large variety of work from small residential jobs to large commercial water mains. They worked in very interesting locations such as the Quarantine Station and in a boat fixing blocked drains under Manly Wharf. Craig has a passion for motor bike riding and water skiing introducing his son to the sport when he was young and travelling around the county for races. He now has an adventure bike and enjoys riding wherever it takes him around NSW.
(Retired in 2005)