4 Feb

6 Plumbing Problems You Shouldn’t Fix Yourself

One habit of people who are wise with their money is taking on DIY tasks. It saves money on hiring professionals and helps you build useful skills for around the home. However, there are some plumbing problems you shouldn’t try to fix yourself. It could lead to greater expenses down the road, or putting yourself in harm’s way.Even if you know quite a bit about plumbing, we still highly recommend that you hire a professional plumber for the following jobs. We’ll do all the hard work for you, and ensure it’s a long-lasting solution. Read More

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14 Jan

Your Guide to Working Plumbing Fixtures: What to Replace and When to...

The thing about plumbing is, it’s often taken for granted. We all need clean water flowing in our sinks and toilets, but we don’t really think about the mechanisms that make this possible until they’re broken. Then suddenly, there’s no water being delivered and that’s a disaster. Read More

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7 Jan

It’s Freezing: How to Get Ahead of Burst and Frozen Pipes This...

As a homeowner, there are a lot of things to think about and take care of in order to keep your abode truly home sweet home. The fact is, it's not just all about the feeling, but also getting all the parts to work. One of the most common horrors that homeowners in Canada deal with is broken or frozen pipes, especially in the winter. Read More

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10 Dec

Burst Pipe? Here’s How to Limit the Damage

Burst water pipes can have devastating effects on your home, building, valuables, and even neighbouring properties. Read More

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3 Dec

Preparing your Plumbing System for Winter

It’s already quite chilly at this time of the year, but inclement weather conditions characterized by high winds and frigid temperatures can lead to serious and costly problems for unprotected pipe systems. Any ice that forms in your pipes is a potential disaster, while frozen pipes can crack or burst and spew water and sewer waste inside and around your home. Read More

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