Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wear a face mask when you’re out doing errands and sanitize your hands frequently.
Plumbing is never as simple as it looks, especially when you are doing it as part of your kitchen or bathroom remodeling project.
Stop letting unnoticed leaks drain you of time and money. On average, a household in Ottawa will use about 400 gallons of water throughout the day, from washing hands to flushing the toilet or taking a shower. But when you have a leak, the plumbing system inside your home may be using way more water..
There may come a time when you are faced with a true disaster: You got to go, but there’s no where to do business. This is what’s called a SHTF scenario, where there’s no running water, no electric, and no way to get to a toilet. Though it’s a messy situation to plan for, knowing..
This year, why not make it a resolution to learn some DIY? Even if you aren’t experienced with handling tools, these plumbing hacks are bound to save.
Did you know that a single leaking faucet can waste around 20,000 liters of water annually?
Pipes that leak are a danger to your home and family. Leaky pipes can stem from a number of issues that, if not remedied quickly, can cause serious problems within the house. If you want to protect your household and belongings from harm, it is important that you keep your pipes and other plumbing pieces..
Nothing is more concerning than when a household appliance is not working properly, especially when you have a heap of other responsibilities to tackle.
Now that summer is officially done and fall is all around us, it is time to think about fall and winter plumbing maintenance. The days still have plenty of warmth when the sun is out to give you a chance to do routine maintenance around the house that will keep your plumbing system up and..
In 2018, Ottawa launched its backflow prevention program, which is to be phased in over a ten year duration. The program will first look to newer commercial buildings and industrial sites, while older buildings will be required to add new backflow prevention systems and undergo testing. However, if you are an Ottawa homeowner, you don’t..