The sewer line in your home is one of the most important parts of your plumbing and removes wastewater from your property. If it becomes blocked or damaged, it can bring about issues that you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy! So, the sooner you can detect a clog or blockage, the faster you’ll be
One of the most common and frustrating plumbing problems is a slow drain – in other words, a sink or tub that isn’t draining very well. The water might eventually drain away but it often takes a long time, and can leave you with a sink full of dirty water and a line of scum
Experiencing a slow-emptying toilet bowl or a clogged toilet? Is it overflowing or does the water keep running? If so, the chances are that you can do a basic fix to take care of the problem. And if the problem persists, then call out the experts to fix it for you. Here’s a look at
This article is written for recent home buyers or renters to let you know some of the areas of your dwelling you might want to check to ensure safety and that your equipment is functioning properly. Poly-B Piping Polybutylene piping is one of the leading causes of floods in homes built between the 1970s and
Poly-B piping is a grey colored plastic pipe used to supply water in your home. This type of piping was very common in homes built between the 1970’s and early 90’s in the Metro Vancouver area. At the time, poly-B was a great alternative to copper piping as it was both easier to work with
Whether it’s a clogged drain or toilet, a sudden back-up, flooding, leaking faucet or pipes, a lack of water pressure, a broken hot water tank or other plumbing crisis… these events don’t just happen between the hours of 9-5, from Monday to Friday. A burst pipe often happens when you least expect it and you’ll
Let’s face it, we’ve all experienced a clogged or blocked drain at some point. One of the most common plumbing problems faced by home occupiers, commercial or industrial enterprises, and plumbing companies alike is the clogged drain. Whatever the cause of the blockage, it requires immediate attention, as it often leaves the sink or toilet
If you live in the Vancouver area, expect to pay anywhere from $3,999 to $7,999 to install a tankless water heater.
The cost to repair a hot water tank in Vancouver ranges from $99 to $399. Most homeowners pay roughly $199.
The cost to install a tank water heater in Vancouver ranges from $1,199 to $2,500, the average being $1,500.