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6 Jul

What to Do If Your Tap Water Looks Rusty

One of the most startling things to see as a homeowner is rusty, brown water coming out of your faucets or shower. Imagine being under the showerhead, enjoying the cool, refreshing water, only to open your eyes and see a cloudy, discoloured stream running over you. Not only is this a common nightmare, but it’s also happened regularly to many people. Read More

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15 Jun

9 Signs You Need to Repair Your Bathroom Plumbing

Your bathroom is likely one of the most popular rooms in your home. Aside from the kitchen, it is often the bathroom that gets the most use in a home. It also sees the most plumbing action, from the toilet flushes to the bathtub to the sink. Water is almost constantly running to this part of your house. Read More

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1 Jun

7 Most Common Summer Plumbing Problems

Canadians across the country look forward to the summer months. The last thing you want to have to deal with is plumbing problems as the cold winter freeze starts to unthaw. While most homeowners worry over frozen pipes in the winter, summer too can bring its share of issues with your plumbing.Warmer weather brings guests and company into your home. Read More

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18 May

Effects of Chemical Drain Cleaning on Your Plumbing System

Clogged drains can be a headache. When the water stops draining in your system, it is natural to want to fix the problem quickly. Buying and using chemical drain cleaners has become a popular remedy to the situation. However, some chemical drain cleaners can be hazardous on your pipes. They can even lead to more expensive trouble later on. Read More

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4 May

Hard Water: A Threat to Your Plumbing System

If your system uses hard water, you know what a nuisance it can be. It causes white, chalky buildup on your sinks and tubs. Hard water also has minerals like calcium, which prevent soap from dissolving in the water. This can leave marks on your clothing after a laundry cycle and create a soapy buildup on your tub after baths and showers. Read More

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