A safe and efficient home plumbing system plays a significant role in keeping your home and family secure, clean, and healthy.
The house of your dreams probably doesn’t involve rotting walls or overflowing bathrooms. There are a few simple things to look out for when you’re thinking of buying a new home!
With the rise in technology and globalization you are bound to find a number of changes around the corner irrelevant from where you belong or where you are situated.
To determine the existence or severity of roots in your sewer line, you may require a camera inspection of your drain lines.
Do you constantly have backups in your restaurant? Do you have and industrial kitchen with slow drains? Do you worry about the grease going down into your pipes? Then you may need a grease trap installed.
Do you have plugged drains? Have you snaked and augured all your lines and still can’t figure it out? You should try doing a drain video inspection!
If you have ever stepped into a mystery puddle by your bathroom sink you know it gets your heart racing and your mind thinking the worse.
On the second Sunday in May, mums all over Canada will be in for all sorts of surprises. Flowers are perhaps THE most popular item. Breakfast in bed or a restaurant brunch are also top choices. But how about a shiny new shower-head?
What began as a one-day national happening has evolved into a longer, global one. There are so many events in Canada that it could be named "Earth Week" or "Earth Month".
Every 11th day of March, the world celebrates her World Plumbing Day. This celebration aims to increase people’s awareness of the important role that plumbers play in order to provide us with clean and fresh water.
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