If you want to up your game in the eco-friendly movement, the bathroom is a good place to start. There is much wasted water and toxic chemicals that we can all improve upon. Continue reading
‘Tis the season for frozen pipes. It’s been a challenge this past week to keep up with all the calls from homeowners and businesses with frozen and/or burst pipes. Next week, we’re back to similar temperatures (-19C).
If you have a burst pipes, you’ll need to shut off your water main right away. You will likely need to call a plumber if you don’t have the tools and supplies to fix it yourself. Continue reading
Tis the season for dry homes and nosebleeds.
Whether you are using a forced air furnace or the older boiler/radiators, heating your home in the winter dramatically reduces the amount of water vapour in the air. This often leads to uncomfortable sleeping.
If you are renovating your bathroom and need shower doors or enclosure, we recommend doing your homework first – we can help! The glass and frames of shower doors come in a variety of shapes, sizes and quality. It’s important to understand the types of metal used and the choices on glass type.
As we continue to grow, we are becoming in-demand for the commercial side of plumbing. Our projects are getting bigger and more complex and we’re happy to say that we’re building a reputation of high-quality work in the commercial sector as well as residential. Continue reading
Winter can be a tough time on your home. In Canada, we are all very dependent on our furnaces to keep things at a comfortable temperature and for our pipes to deliver and remove water & waste from our homes.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind this winter. Continue reading