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16 May

Keep Your Cash Out of the Toilet

Your business revenue is going straight down the drain. Well, not all of it, but you’re probably spending more of your hard-earned money on plumbing costs than what is necessary. Plumbing is likely the most frequent of all the maintenance services you pay for, such as cleaning or electricity. If you’re not careful though, it can quickly become the most expensive too. Read More

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9 May

Hard vs. Soft Water: What’s the Difference?

The water from your tap may look crystal clear, but is it? A quick visual check to make sure there’s no debris or contaminants and you’re probably ready to use your water for a bunch of purposes. However, did you know that not all water is the same? You may have heard the terms “soft” and “hard” water, but what do they mean? Read More

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13 Dec

Are Lead Pipes Dangerous?

The possibility of lead in our drinking water has made headlines over the past few years. In Canada, tens of thousands of homes receive drinking water through lead pipes. As the water travels through the system, little bits of lead can get into it and make their way into your cup of water. Read More

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7 Nov

How to Prevent Mould Growth in Your Home

If you’ve noticed mould growing in your home, then you know what a hassle it can be. Mould can cause all sorts of issues, including damaging your health. However, it is possible to stop mould from growing around your home. First, though, you must make sure your environment won’t allow it to thrive. Read More

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11 Sep

How To Protect Your Property From Mould And Moisture

Ultimately, excess moisture in the home leads to mould. Excess moisture can not only cause mould but can also cause rot and structural damage to your home. As such, it’s important to take care of the problem quickly. Signs of excess moisture in the home include condensation on windows, pipes and walls. Additionally, it is important to prevent such problems from occurring again in the future. Homeowners who have yet to have any of these problems can also benefit by putting the following preventative measures into practice. Read More

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