We continue to get our office ready to serve our current and future clients. The second floor has been added, floor laid down, drywall up and painted. All we need now is some plumbing done. Hmmm wonder who we could call?!
We’ve talked about this before…here is another good example of why drain cleaning products are not a good solution for long term use. If you have a slow moving drain, it’s clogged. You’ll need to remove the blockage properly with a snaking device.
Things are moving along well at our new office. Plumbing is in and there is still some electrical left to go. Thanks to CDG Electrical for all their help with our electrical needs. Thanks also to the amazing plumbers who got things right the first time – oh wait, that was us. 🙂
Most of us have several taps and shutoffs in our home and businesses. There is one tap however, that is the most important and we should all know exactly where it is.
This tap is the first one in line after the water main comes into your premises. Often it is right beside the water meter. This tap/shutoff is the main line of defence when something goes wrong with your plumbing, faucets and shutoffs. By shutting this off, you effectively prevent any new water coming into your home from the municipality. Continue reading
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.
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