Entries Tagged as 'Plumbing'

Keep Washing Machines Plumbing in Good Order

May 25th, 2010 · No Comments · by

It’s safe to say we all use our washing machines on a weekly basis, yet we tend to take them for granted from a plumbing standpoint. As the plumbers Toronto trusts, we’d like to remind you that from time to time, it’s important to take a look at your washing machine hoses to make sure […]

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Tags: Drains · Plumbing

A “win-win” for the environment and your pocketbook

March 29th, 2010 · No Comments · by

The term “win-win” gets bandied about by so many people in so may different ways; can you think of very many instances where the term is truly applicable? As the plumbers Toronto relies on, we wanted to share one way in which, you the consumer truly do win on both accounts. The City of Toronto […]

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Tags: Plumbing

Are you taking advantage of the Home reno tax credit? You should be!

June 8th, 2009 · No Comments · by

The Home Renovation Tax Credit lets Canadian homeowners deduct 15% of their home renovations bill, up to $1350 in the form of a tax credit for their Canadian income tax returns until February 10, 2010. You really should be taking advantage of this. Not to sound like too much of a cynic, but when’s the […]

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Tags: Drains · Plumbing

Low Water Pressure

April 15th, 2009 · No Comments · by

As plumbing and drain cleaning guys, we meet a lot of people and answer a lot of water and plumbing related questions. Here are some answers and tips you might find valuable: My water pressure is really low. What are the causes of low water pressure? A lack of water pressure or low pressure is […]

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Tags: General Interest · Plumbing

Winterizing Your Home Plumbing System

October 6th, 2008 · No Comments · by

Most of us reside in our homes throughout the year, but some folks are fortunate enough to head south to escape the cold. In the old days, people used to turn down the thermostat, let a tap trickle and that was it. They were gone. Of course, today we know that’s not enough. The insure […]

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Tags: Plumbing

Are you doing what you love? Either way, it shows!

June 24th, 2008 · No Comments · by

If you know me or read my posts, you can tell that I’m hung up on accountability. It’s an obsession really, and depending who you speak to, one I may carry too far at times. It’s one of the reasons I encourage every single customer we have to check out more than 200 unfiltered reviews […]

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Tags: Drains · Plumbing · Why DrainWorks?

The Plumber and the Snake: my quest for truth, justice and better plumbing

August 29th, 2007 · No Comments · by

My name is Terry and I own a plumbing company. I’m writing a blog because I have something to say about the way people conduct business and in particular, the way the plumbing business works. Don’t worry; I won’t bore you with overly technical plumbing tales. I will certainly share some interesting plumbing and drain […]

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Tags: Plumbing · Why DrainWorks?

Hire a plumber, not a snake.

August 29th, 2007 · No Comments · by

Here’s something that sets us apart from other plumbers in Toronto. In my company, we don’t give work quotes over the phone. Sometimes that annoys the people who call us, but there’s a good reason for it: It’s impossible to accurately quote work until you see the problem for yourself. You can try, but you’re […]

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Tags: Plumbing

Something smells funny.

July 25th, 2007 · No Comments · by

One of the most common complaints we get is when people call about a foul smell coming from one or more toilets in the house. There can be many causes for this smell. A damaged wax seal ring under the toilet can allow sewer gas to seep out into your bathroom. If your toilet moves, […]

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Tags: Drains · Plumbing