12 Nov

Why You Need to Clean Your Drain This Fall

When people plan on cleaning their homes they may begin by giving their entire home a once over scrub. Steam cleaning the carpets may follow, and organizing closet space to maximize efficiency is a given. However, many people forget to clean their drains as well. While a seemingly minor issue at first, failure to clean your drain can lead to serious blockage issues in time. Read More

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5 Nov

Why You Should Thaw Your Frozen Winter Pipes

It goes without saying that the best way to deal with frozen pipes is to prevent them from freezing in the first place. However, many people in Canada will eventually have to deal with frozen pipes in the winter. If it happens to you then you will need to act quickly in order to reduce the amount of damage as well as the costs involved to repair the damaged pipes. Read More

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24 Oct

Reasons to Select Hydro Jetting for Drain Cleaning

Every homeowner will have to deal with stubborn clogs every now and then. If you are dealing with a clogged drain that simply won't unclog no matter how many potent chemicals or elbow grease you throw at it, then you may be interested in a state-of-the-art, leading-edge technology produced in the plumbing industry known as hydro jetting. Read More

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17 Oct

Waterproofing Your House: What to Look for and Why It’s Important

Many homeowners in the Greater Toronto Area will suffer from water damage at some point. The integrity of your home or business may be adversely impacted, and in some cases water damage can lead to serious health hazards if not addressed promptly. In the event that you find water on your floors or your basement you should contact a reliable and skilled plumber at your earliest convenience. Read More

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25 Sep

A Homeowner’s Guide to Sump Pumps

What is a Sump Pump? A sump pump is an integral tool in many Canadian homes that is designed to transfer excess storm water in your basement to the nearest drainage source. The water enters the pit in your home’s basement, activating the float switch on the sump pump, which triggers the pump at a certain water level. Read More

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