Vancouver Plumbing in The Lower Mainland
When plumbing is a problem, call us for quick dependable help. You can count on us for professional advice, clean friendly plumbers and courteous service. With eleven trucks on the road at any given time, we are at your doorstep within minutes in an emergency. We practice cost effective measures using quality parts for lasting results to best suit your budget.
With fully inventoried trucks and our Vancouver Plumbing hardware outlet on Kingsway avenue, we are ready for every plumbing or heating problem imaginable. We have become a household name for many customers because building trust has always been our focus.
Call us today and find out why so many people refer us to friends and family. They have come to count on us for plumbing issues ranging from a leaky toilet or plugged drain to more serious problems like a wet basement, cold furnace or even worse a backed up sewer or flooded basement.
Heating, Furnace Repair & Boiler Maintenance
When the heating system quits it can cause more problems than you really want. Your furnace, HVAC, boiler or radiant heat should be inspected regularly. If you haven't looked at your heating system recently, then it's probably time to do so. If you prefer we can maintain that for you by scheduling a visit and tuning your furnace when needed. This will save money for you over time and extend the life of your appliances. You might want to take care of simple things like changing furnace filters or checking the hot water tank. Let us handle everything else for you.
Drains & Septic Systems
Whether your toilet backs up or you've got a wet basement, we are here to solve those problems. Perimeter drains need cleaning periodically, and old drains leading from your house to the city sewers can clog up with roots and debris. Issues like this require the expertise of an experienced plumber in Vancouver. When you don't know what to do call us for help and we are on our way.
Sewer Separation Notice
The City of Vancouver recently mailed out notices to local residents regarding the Sewer Separation program in effect right now. The letter informs you that homeowners are responsible for the cost of sewer separation. Part of that work usually involves installing a sump pump to help mitigate water damage from a sewer backup. Getting the work done now is a good idea as the closer we get to the deadline the busier we will be. Call us right away to get the work done so we can book you ahead of the rush.
By: Jack Japuncic