Are you taking advantage of the Home reno tax credit? You should be!

June 8th, 2009 · No Comments · by

The Home Renovation Tax Credit lets Canadian homeowners deduct 15% of their home renovations bill, up to $1350 in the form of a tax credit for their Canadian income tax returns until February 10, 2010. You really should be taking advantage of this. Not to sound like too much of a cynic, but when’s the […]

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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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Low Water Pressure

April 15th, 2009 · No Comments · by

As plumbing and drain cleaning guys, we meet a lot of people and answer a lot of water and plumbing related questions. Here are some answers and tips you might find valuable: My water pressure is really low. What are the causes of low water pressure? A lack of water pressure or low pressure is […]

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What causes kitchen clogs and how do I unclog it?

April 14th, 2009 · No Comments · by

As plumbing and drain guys, we meet a lot of people and answer a lot of water and plumbing related questions. Here are some answers and tips you might find valuable We just moved into a home with a very slow kitchen drain. What causes kitchen clogs and how do I unclog it? Fats or […]

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Can you recommend ways that I might conserve water?

April 14th, 2009 · No Comments · by

As your Toronto plumbing and drain guys, we meet a lot of people and answer a lot of water and plumbing related questions. Here are some answers and tips you might find valuable Hey Terry, can you recommend ways that I might conserve water? Conserving water is really about being aware of how you currently […]

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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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Good times, bad times? What about your time?

February 17th, 2009 · No Comments · by

OK, I’m going to wade into deep water for a minute. I realize that most of us receive way too much advice in our life as it is. I’m pretty sure that prospect of gaining valuable insight from plumbers in Toronto probably doesn’t ring your bell loudly either. That’s OK, but if you will let […]

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A note to Brian at Homestars

December 17th, 2008 · No Comments · by

Brian from Homestars was recently kind enough to point out the fact that Drainworks has an active blog. Thanks for the mention! Actually, we have had an active blog for well over a year now. Not to give away trade secrets or anything, but we feel the blog is an essential tool for us, in […]

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