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A Tenant's Guide to Understanding Plumbing in Your New Home

Congratulations on your new home! As a tenant, it's important to familiarize yourself with the plumbing in your new residence. This guide will help you understand what to do in case of a leak, how to locate and read the water meter, and the common causes of blocked pipes. Furthermore, it will provide you with a detailed list of items that should not be flushed down the toilet or sink....

May 3, 2024

Plumbing trends for 2022

Plumbing is essential to the inner workings of the home. Emergency callouts are just a small part of plumbing, and when renovating your home, a small fixture can help it feel complete. We have noticed three major trends that we are seeing people do in their renovations to give their home the step up it deserves. We dive into these three trends and see how they help your home reach its full potential. ...

June 1, 2022

Things that should NOT go down the inskinkerator

An insinkerator, otherwise known as garbage disposal, fits in the underside of the sink and its trap and helps remove waste in an economical way. The name derives from the brand InSinkErator, which has now become a common household name.  Why use it? Many home owners opt for this feature in the kitchen as it provides another means to removing food waste without having to be added to their bin. This reduces waste, but also removes any unwanted smells. How does it work? The customer just flic...

May 31, 2022

How to isolate a water leak until the plumber arrives

When there is a leak in your home, it can be stressful seeing water spring out of places that it shouldn’t. We want to help you feel control of the situation, and also help lessen the blow of the plumbing bill by following these few steps to isolate the water leak before we can come check it out. ...

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