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Our service technicians have been busy installing hot water tap outside of homes with the intention of watering the grass or filling outdoor kiddie pools. With the temperatures getting hot outside and the kids home for the unforeseeable future this summer, it’s time for fun water...

With COVID-19 taking over our everyday lives both personally and professionally, we’d like to share our updated policies and safety procedures that we’ve implemented as a result. Living and working in a time of a pandemic requires extreme consideration to health professionals and all global...

Many Canadians have issues with their energy efficiency due to hard water in their plumbing systems. What makes water hard is the calcium and magnesium in the water or minerals in the water. It's the white build-up you'll see over time: like your dishes and glasses...

In the event of a power outage on a rainy day, sump pump replacements can be one of the most important plumbing repairs your house will need. A non-operational sump pump can result in a flooded basement and wreak havoc on your home. We recommend having...

One of the most overlooked chores homeowners should do regularly is drain a hot water tank. Easy to pass by, your water tank accumulates mineral deposits and filth over time. By draining your hot water tank, it allows for it to run more efficiently and...

When there’s a heavy rainfall in Toronto, there’s a great risk of basements getting overfilled and homeowners having to deal with a water backup issue. Worse, homeowners can also deal with dirty raw sewage parading into their basements, causing further unimaginable damage. Lucky there’s a...

Living in Canada, your hot water tank heat setting and temperature can have effects on your health on a few spectrums. The Ontario building code for your hot water temperature should be set anywhere between 45-60 degrees Celsius. With good reason. Across the country many emergency...

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