Tales of the Drain Snake – Drain Plumbing Done Right

October 5th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Here are a few recent, pleasant reviews from satisfied customers of our drain services, including drain camera inspection and drain snaking. I called DrainWorks because of a backup we had in our main drain. I received prompt and courteous support on the phone and when the plumber arrived, he was courteous, knowledgeable and offered various […]

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Plumber Honesty & Integrity – Do You Need a Back Water Valve?

September 26th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Here are a few reviews we received from customers who were very happy with our plumbing service – specifically, our honesty and integrity. Our Toronto plumbers take pride in the service they offer, which is why we are so appreciate of the reviews we receive. “Great service. Another company said pipes were cracked, Drainworks tech […]

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Plumbing Problem: Overflowing Catch Basin

September 20th, 2012 · No Comments · by

You may know us well as the authorities on drain cleaning in Toronto. But some issues and clogs are located not right in or underneath your home, but rather more towards the street. Here’s some information about clearing catch basins. Customer Review by Richard from Toronto “I called a few Drainage/Plumbing Contractors that I researched […]

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What People Are Saying About DrainWorks Plumbing!

September 12th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Here are a few more pieces of feedback from our customers throughout the GTA on our plumbers in Toronto. Plumbing Customer Review by Tom Atkinson in Toronto: We wanted to check for tree roots in the external drain. The drain itself was fine, discovered on scoping it via fibre optics. The house is of an […]

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Friendly, Professional Plumbing – It’s What We Do.

September 5th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Here are a couple nice reviews which speak highly of our friendly and professional plumbers in Toronto and the surrounding GTA. “Phil from Drainworks just left. He was very professional, friendly and knowledgeable. I’m really impressed. Exceeded my expectations. He gave me options, and detailed exactly what the costs would be before starting the work. […]

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Faucet Repair Satisfies Curiosity of a 5 Year Old

August 29th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Toronto Plumbing Customer Review: “I had a badly leaking pull-out faucet hose and was having no luck installing the replacement I bought from the store (having been assured at the store that it would fit). I called DrainWorks hoping for some guidance. They said they would send over a plumber for me. Phil arrived on […]

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The Importance of Selecting the Right Drain Plumber

August 22nd, 2012 · No Comments · by

Plumbing Customer Review by Dave in Toronto “I had a backed up sewage pipe. The first company I called didn’t even lift the top off the drain – this was a supposedly reputable company with a full page ad in the yellow pages. The man said he didn’t even have to look at it, and […]

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Plumbing Terminology 101: Waste Stack

August 15th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Plumbing Terminology 101: The Waste Stack The waste stack pipe shown in the sketch refers to any other vertical drain piping in the building that does not carry soil (sewage) from a sanitary fixture (toilet). Typically waste stack piping carries drainage away from sinks, tubs, and showers. Make sure to follow our blog for our […]

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Drain Clogged with Tree Roots – Customer Review

August 8th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Plumbing Customer Review by Laura Heyes in Toronto Our basement flooded during a storm one afternoon and we needed it fixed quickly. Drainworks came on the same day. The diagnosis was that the drain was clogged with something. We appreciated that the plumber was able to tell us where (approximately) the clog was and offered […]

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Plumbing Terminology 101: the Accordion Plunger

August 1st, 2012 · No Comments · by

Plumbing Terminology 101: The Accordion Plunger There are numerous types of plungers available for you to clear your clogged drains; be it sink, toilet, tub, or otherwise. All plungers utilize the same principle. A plunger is used to create a positive or negative pressure inside the pipe to loosen the blockage/backup and enable flow to […]

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