Too many of us treat the toilet like a garbage can, when our sewage systems are designed strictly for water-soluble waste. Here’s a quick rundown of some things you should never put down a toilet or drain.
Rapid spring melting often results in saturated or even flooding properties. Prevent the water outside from winding up in your basement by evaluating your drainage, testing the sump pump, and checking for leaks when you turn your lawn service taps back on.
We recently moved in to our new offices and all this space makes it glaringly obvious just how badly we needed to expand! We had been in our last space (two 550 sq-ft bays) for 33 years, and you might say we looked like a 5 lb ham in a 3 lb bag. With our
Why this Flexible Grey Piping in Your Home Should Be Replaced Word is getting around that a type of plumbing pipe commonly installed in the ’80s and into the ’90s has some major potential problems and may be worth replacing. We estimate that at least 20-30% of Calgary homes have plumbing systems made up of
They’re always out there: flyer deals from your local chain hardware store advertising kitchen faucets for $50-100. Great deal! Right? They look good and it’s just a faucet, so why not save where you can? The truth is, a kitchen faucet has farther reaching implications than you’d expect. The kitchen tap is the most important