How To: Winterize your outdoor plumbing
Winter is coming! It's highly unlikely you'll be using your outdoor water sources during the cold season, but that doesn't mean you should abandon those poor faucets before the first snowfall. Prevent your outdoor pipes and faucets from freezing (and bursting!) with our how-to guide. If your efforts are thwarted by a bad storm, use our directory to find a plumber to fix it! (more…)
- November 2, 2015

Homeowners: be on high alert for basement flooding
April showers brings May flowers, right? Before the flowers start blooming, the typical rainfall we expect at the turn of the season, coupled with the snow that needs to melt means our basements are at risk for basement flooding. We give you a breakdown on why this happens and how you can prevent serious damage from occurring.  (more…)
- March 20, 2015

How To Keep Your Basement Dry This Spring
As the weather warms up, homeowners may find themselves faced with a damp basement. Whether it’s caused by broken drain pipes or the city sewage system backing up into your home, flooding can be avoided. We spoke with Dwayne Robertson of Drain Rescue, a GTA residential and commercial plumbing company, about the precautions homeowners should take to avoid a wet basement come springtime. (more…)
- March 6, 2015