Our Plumbers Will Even Take Out Your Garba-rator!

May 23rd, 2012 · No Comments · by

We contracted DrainWorks’ plumbers to remove a broken garbarator waste disposal unit from our kitchen sink. I found DrainWorks on Homestars and they were able to accommodate me quite well with the timing of my plumbing service (I needed it done quick). The plumber was professional and did a nice clean job of removing the […]

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Unplugging Drainage Line Followed by Camera Inspection

May 16th, 2012 · No Comments · by

We recently discovered a plugged exterior drainage line running down the side of our house and out under the driveway. After being unable to resolve the problem ourselves, we called Drainworks plumbers. The telephone response was polite, informative and professional. Within 90 minutes (on a Sunday no less) a technician arrived, explained the procedure and […]

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A Unique Customer’s Observations of our Plumbers

May 9th, 2012 · No Comments · by

I live in an old house and our basement shower drain backed up when the main floor toilet was flushed. My first experience was with a company endorsed by a television celebrity. Perhaps it was the unprepossessing appearance of my house (or of myself), but the rather brusque technician seemed anxious to leave as soon […]

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A Precise Drain Problem Diagnosis & the Right Fix

May 2nd, 2012 · No Comments · by

Here’s another story of our trustworthy plumbers in Toronto coming to save the day, this time in the North York-Don Mills-Bridle Path area of the city. Our storm drain backed up and flooded our basement with a recent thunderstorm we had here in Toronto. I called DrainWorks plumbers from Toronto on Monday AM and they […]

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It All Started with a Bathtub Drip. Then DrainWorks Came.

April 25th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Here’s another great piece of feedback by a customer of our Toronto plumbing services.   I spoke to William from Drainworks Plumbers in Toronto when our bathtub drip became a serious issue with hot water running non-stop. William did not have an appointment available for a few days but he called back with a new […]

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Clogged Drain? We Fix it Right the First Time (and Hopefully Last Time)

April 18th, 2012 · No Comments · by

We met with Mike from Drainworks two days ago regarding a clogged drain. Mike quickly assessed the situation and determined that it was likely an issue with the P trap that was put in when the house was built, nearly 100 years ago. This had been a recurring issue for us. He presented our options […]

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Our Expertise (& Humour) Relieves Plumbing-Problem Stress!

April 11th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Here’s another story of our plumbers in Toronto doing great in the Forest Hill area. From the east end to Etobicoke, Mississauga, Brampton and beyond, we’re here for your call at 416 486 0000. We had not used DrainWorks’ plumbers before. We had a flood in our Basement whilst we were away, and upon return […]

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Why Regular Drain Camera Inspection are Important, Toronto

April 4th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Here is another customer review pulled from HomeStars.com that discusses our plumbers in Toronto. We hope that you’ll enjoy this story on the beauty of video camera inspections. “With large trees on our property, I knew that eventually we would likely have a back up related to root infiltration. That day came this fall. DrainWorks […]

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Basement Flooding Requires a Late Night Fix

March 28th, 2012 · No Comments · by

Nancy A. in Oakville, Ontario: “DrainWorks Gets The Thumbs Up!” re: Complete Sewer Replacement & Bathroom. Back in February I had a basement flood at 7 PM at night. An ongoing problem about once a year for the last 5 years. I called the last drain cleaning company that I used to have clean our […]

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We Fix it Right the First Time When the Other Guys Can’t

March 20th, 2012 · No Comments · by

We moved into our 1920s-era semi-detached house about five years ago and have had fairly regular back-up issues, usually after heavy rainfalls. The worst was after a summer storm a couple of years back and we had six inches of water in our (thankfully unfinished) basement. Being new homeowners (and not knowing any better) we […]

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