Prevent needless kitchen sink drain back ups with… composting

March 21st, 2011 · No Comments · by

Hello once again, hope this week’s (com)post (blog) post finds you all well. As your trusted plumbers in Toronto, this week we wanted to offer up some helpful tips for everyone to ensure we’re a little greener, and also to help avoid a few needless kitchen sink drain back ups in the process. From an […]

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Customer Review: Main Drain Clogged by a Tree

March 14th, 2011 · No Comments · by

Here’s another piece of feedback by a customer of our Toronto Plumber services. Brian: “Honest good work” re: drain clearing We had main drain clogged by a tree, DrainWorks came and were knowledgeable. They tried to find the best solution and knew about a city refund program that reimbursed the whole cost! They even made […]

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How to Choose the Right Plumbing Company in Toronto

March 8th, 2011 · No Comments · by

4 Easy questions… To ensure peace of mind that you’re getting a local Toronto plumber who is qualified to service your needs. That statement may seem straightforward, but in this internet age we live in, the world wide web is absolutely rife with fly-by-nighters, “handymen”, and “Mr-fix-it’s” who, when they get in over their head […]

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How to build a REAL and CREDIBLE Consumer Review site

February 28th, 2011 · No Comments · by

1. Verification Process Customer submits invoice to Review Company/site. Review Company provides a link to this invoice linked to the actual review. This ensures that the work purported was actually completed; there is no denying what service was done; by either party. Obviously, the sensitive information (name, address) would be removed once it’s been verified […]

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Remove Sewer Clay Tiles with PVC Pipes – Mississauga Customer Review

February 21st, 2011 · No Comments · by

Christina Chakraboty: “Total Satisfaction” re: Remove Sewer Clay Tiles with PVC Pipes On Dec.30, 2010, I experienced a sewer-back-up in my basement. I called another company, whose telephone number I found in my home files. They came and ‘camera-inspected’ the sewer pipe leading from my basement to the public main drain. The written repair quote […]

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Repair/ correct problems revealed in home inspection report – Toronto Plumbing Customer Review

February 18th, 2011 · No Comments · by

Here’s another piece of feedback from one of our valued customers regarding our Toronto Plumbing Services. This comes from our page on HomeStars, which features over 1300 plumbing reviews with an average rating of 9.5 out of 10. Michael S Wortsman: “Chris exceeded our expectations… A+++” re: Repair / correct problems revealed in home inspection […]

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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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Holiday season can mean unnecessary drain backups – Part 2

October 8th, 2010 · No Comments · by

Having holidays means having a feast with friends and family; which means you’re certainly putting more strain on your drains. To avoid a trip from your Toronto Drain Cleaning specialists (much as we’d like to stop by :)), try to be diligent with the following things: – When cleaning/scraping off your plate(s) before rinsing them […]

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Drain backups during the holidays – Part 1

October 1st, 2010 · No Comments · by

Hello to all; I hope everyone is keeping well. The summer, as usual, has absolutely whizzed by us, leaving memories of cottages, camping, vacations, lounging poolside and everything else that it encompasses in the proverbial rear view mirror. In fact, September, which marks back to school and a more consistent schedule for most of us, […]

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High volumes of rain can cause a main line sewer to backup!

September 1st, 2010 · No Comments · by

If you’ve spent your Spring and Summer here in the G.T.A, you know we’ve had some absolutely torrential downpours at times over these past months. In fact, a lot of our customers have been experiencing a significant amount of sewer backups in part due to this precipitation. The worst thing about this is that, even […]

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