Entries Tagged as 'Why DrainWorks?'

Exciting News from DrainWorks Coming Down the Pipes!

September 27th, 2011 · No Comments · by

Pun intended :). Welcome all to the latest edition of the DrainWorks blog. Time has flown by so very quickly; summer is on our proverbial rear-view mirror, and October is just around the bend. Here at DrainWorks, we’ve been hard at work behind the scenes, coming up with a lot of exciting new things, some […]

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11 Years and Still Going Strong…

July 22nd, 2011 · No Comments · by

What do the big Y2K scare, Napster, the Mad Cow scare, mapping of the Human Genome and Elian Gonzalez all have in common? They all happened in the year 2000. These all may seem like disparate world wide headlines from the year, but I do have a very good reason for mentioning them, and the […]

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DrainWorks’ 1000th review blog post

February 9th, 2011 · No Comments · by

The date of September 27, 2006 may seem to be rather insignificant for most, but for us here at DrainWorks Plumbing, it’s a date that bears a bit of historical perspective; that was the date we received our first review on HomeStars.com. For a quick rundown for those not familiar with HomeStars , it is […]

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What is it that matters to you?

May 15th, 2010 · No Comments · by

In this day and age, here in Canada, we need fresh, hardworking leaders to help guide us out of this economic crisis that is being felt, the world over. Don’t misunderstand; leadership needs to come from Parliament as well as from average citizens across the country.

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Just another reason to experience the DrainWorks difference

May 10th, 2010 · No Comments · by

By now, you’ve probably heard our jingle on radio stations around the G.T.A, proclaiming “we will clear it, or you don’t pay!™” or seen the advertisement on our website or elsewhere and you may be wondering, just what that means. Allow me to clarify.: If your main sewer/sanitary line is backed up, meaning a floor […]

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DrainWorks: Best in the City (but don’t take our word for it).

July 16th, 2009 · No Comments · by

We were pleasantly surprised and thrilled to learn that we had been selected as the Plumber of choice in the 2009 Toronto Life’s Best of the City issue for 2009  (page 52 of the print edition) At the time we found out, we didn’t have a copy of the magazine (we now have several). We […]

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Terry Cord and Eddie Guido speak about DrainWorks

April 17th, 2009 · No Comments · by

Here is a recent video that sums up what our Toronto plumbers are really all about. We hope you enjoy it!

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Your call is important to us: yeah, right!

April 16th, 2009 · No Comments · by

How a culture of disservice allows any smart, hard-working company to trounce larger, richer competition where it matters most: in the hearts and minds of customers. Are you like me? When you call a phone company or a credit card company and the recording asks you to punch in your account information, do you wonder […]

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DrainWorks: Proud to be awarded “Best of ’08”

February 27th, 2009 · No Comments · by

Hi folks. Just a quick note with a tiny bit of bragging this time. I was recently informed that DrainWorks Plumbing and Drains was chosen as the winner of “Best Trades Company of 2008″, as awarded by Homestars.com. For those of you who don’t yet know Homestars, it’s a website where consumers get to post […]

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Why cutting corners is way too expensive.

February 17th, 2009 · No Comments · by

Some things are recession-proof (or at least they should be). Longtime readers of my blog will know a few defining facts about me and the way I operate: I never make a promise I won’t keep; I never lie to anyone; I leave a very small footprint (in other words, I put things back as […]

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