8 Ways to Conserve Water at Home

January 24th, 2014 · No Comments · by

Did you know that the majority of your water usage occurs in the bathroom? In Toronto, plumbing can add up to a lot. It’s not surprising when you think about all the activities that take place in your bathroom: using the sink, bath, shower and flushing the toilet. In fact, the toilet alone can account […]

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Featured Reviews: “Frozen Pipes and Flooded Basements – Punctuality Matters”

January 10th, 2014 · No Comments · by

We at DrainWorks are a “customer-first” company and we stake our name on being the plumbers Toronto trusts. So naturally, reviews mean the world to us. Here are a couple of our most recent customer reviews that we would like to share with you from HomeStars.com. Basement Flood The plumber was very professional and laid […]

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Avoid a Holiday Plumbing Problem With These Tips for Your Guests

December 20th, 2013 · No Comments · by

Added guests can mean added stress in your home. If you’re having guests over for the holidays, here are a few tips you can follow that may help you avoid plumbing issues. Bathroom Plumbing Having guests visiting for the holidays leads to increases in toilet use, so be sure to tell your guests not to […]

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Featured Reviews: “A Fabulous Experience!”

December 13th, 2013 · No Comments · by

We at DrainWorks are a “customer-first” company. So naturally, reviews mean the world to us. Here are a couple of our most recent customer reviews of our plumbers in Toronto that we would like to share with you from HomeStars.com. Clearing of Drains Another fabulous experience with Drainworks!!! From the first phone call to the […]

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Thawing a Frozen Pipe – When Should You Call a Plumber?

December 6th, 2013 · No Comments · by

Pipes usually freeze over when there’s a strong cold spell or when temperatures drop suddenly.  If there’s any water in your pipes and there’s a sudden drop in temperature, the water inside the pipe will expand and exert a lot of pressure (over 2,000 pounds per square inch!). It’s a harsh reality of plumbing in […]

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5 Important Plumbing Tips for Everyone

November 29th, 2013 · No Comments · by

The more you know about how to take care of your plumbing system, the more money you can save by conserving water and minimizing repair needs. Of course, we love to serve you whenever you have a need, but we also believe in saving you money when you can. Plus, it will help your plumbing […]

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Featured Reviews: “Your Toronto Drain Specialists!”

November 22nd, 2013 · No Comments · by

We at DrainWorks are a “customer-first” company. So naturally, reviews mean the world to us. Here are a couple of our most recent customer reviews that we would like to share with you from HomeStars.com. New Floor Drain and Piping For several months toilets were not functioning properly and water levels rising. The Drainworks crew […]

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Featured Reviews: “Time to Replace the Old Drains”

November 8th, 2013 · No Comments · by

We at DrainWorks are a “customer-first” company. So naturally, reviews mean the world to us. Here are a couple of our most recent customer reviews of our Toronto plumbers that we would like to share with you from HomeStars.com. Drain Cleaning Old Toronto houses and aging infrastructure… We bought an 100+ year old house and […]

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Make sure you hire a certified plumber for your next job!

November 1st, 2013 · No Comments · by

A recent survey from the UK revealed that a quarter of homeowners have had a botched plumbing job performed due to hiring unskilled and unqualified contractors. The UK has a national database where certified plumbers can register and make themselves easy to find for potential customers. Because we do not have such a tool in […]

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Fall is The Season For Clogged Shower Drains

October 25th, 2013 · No Comments · by

According to scientists in Sweden there is such a thing as seasonal hair loss. And the heaviest hair loss occurs during the Fall, from October onwards. Humans tend to shed between 50 and 100 hairs everyday and this mostly happens when you’re brushing your hair or while shampooing in the shower. So this leads us […]

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