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11 Jan

5 Common Commercial Plumbing Problems and How to Prevent Them

We’ve all faced plumbing issues in our homes, from clogged toilets to leaky pipes. However, plumbing problems in commercial properties have higher stakes and can snowball into a serious issue in a short period of time. Why? Because it impacts not only you, but all your employees and clients, and can quickly become an expensive issue to resolve. Everyday operations and efficiency may slow down, resulting in a loss of income and a major headache. Read More

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13 Jul

Metal vs. Plastic Pipes: What’s Better?

If you are in the process of upgrading or switching your plumbing system, you will come across the option of using either metal or plastic piping. You may wonder what the pros and cons of each method are, and what’s better suited for you and your needs. Read More

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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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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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28 Oct

How to Avoid Common Plumbing Problems in Condos

The plumbing systems for condos are more complex compared to those of standalone homes and businesses because the pipework is designated as tenant and public-owned. While the plumbing pipes inside and around individual units are the responsibility of the resident or unit owner, the pipes positioned around public areas are the responsibility of the property owner or manager. Read More

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