Home inspector or plumber

Buying a home? Get a video drain inspection

If you’re buying a home, there’s no doubt you already have many things on your mind. Home inspections may be one of them, but something specific is often overlooked – an inspection of your plumbing pipes.

Home inspectors have many tools to help examine potential issues with your home, but it’s not often they possess the camera equipment required to peer through pipes.

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Low flush toilets

Will a low flush toilet save you money in the K-W Region?

Low or dual flush toilets were initially introduced in regions where water was scarce. Australia and the middle east were some of the first places to experiment with the design. We’ve seen them become more popular in Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and around the globe as conservation laws and eco-friendly attitudes have become more pervasive. Continue reading

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Plumbing Skills Need Constant Upgrades

When you’re a plumber, it’s not always enough to learn on the job. At Chasles Plumbing Professionals, we are constantly on the lookout for the latest tools, techniques and trends in plumbing. A few weeks ago we asked Rigid Tools to demonstrate the latest tools for sewer, water and hydro locates.

You can rest assured that when you hire Chasles Plumbing Professionals, you will receive the best quality service from the most knowledgeable staff.

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Garburators and the Environment

Are Garburators Environmentally Friendly?

Garburators, their function and their role in the environment is a complex topic. The question as to whether or not you should own one is sometimes decided by where you live. In Toronto, Ottawa and Guelph, garburator use has been officially banned. The debate continues however on their eco-friendliness.

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The Importance of Hiring a Licensed Plumber

We’re proud to say we are a licensed plumbing company. It means we’ve put in the hard work and maintain our active status with the College of Trades.

We know that there are many homeowners who want to save money and hire an unlicensed plumbing handyman. We just want to say that we don’t blame you. We all want to save money on work done around the house. If you want to go this route, you’ll have to be smart about it. Continue reading

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Sewer Locator Service

Sewer Line LocatorIf you need to obtain an accurate sewer line locate, it’s best to use modern equipment. Chasles Plumbing Professionals uses only high-end locators that can provide both spatial data as well as a camera view of exactly what it looks like below ground.

Don’t trust blueprints or city documentation, often they are not accurate. I t can be a costly mistake if you are digging near the sewer and water lines and the plans are out-of-date.

When you call Chasles Plumbing Professionals for a locate, we’ll show up with the equipment shown here. We simply wave it back and forth over your property to find exact distances and depths of your plumbing. The locator works in any kind of pipe (lead, cast iron, PVC or ABS) so we can service buildings both new and old.

Call Chasles Plumbing Professionals today to schedule your location service.

 

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