As an east Van plumbing company experienced in renovation work and new construction, we can upgrade the plumbing and heating systems found in many of the old places that are usually an entry point for single-family homes in the East End, Vancouver.
In fact, we have been doing that for decades and have earned an enviable reputation as the company of choice for heating and plumbing when older homes are being renovated. A lot of these homes are a hundred years old or more and still have cast iron or lead piping that is at the end of its life cycle. If you have bought or are considering purchasing an old east side home that needs some TLC, give us a call for an honest evaluation of the building’s plumbing and heating components. One of our services is re-piping Vancouver homes.
Plumbing and Heating Services
For over twenty years, KC’s Plumbing & Heating has been helping east-enders out whenever plumbing repairs are needed. Our loyal customer base appreciates our quick service and our insistence on doing what is right for you.
If you are in need of any plumbing or heating repairs, call us for a plumber in east Van.
Vancouver’s East End is Huge
Vancouver’s east end is a huge area encompassing numerous neighborhoods. Its eastern border follows Boundary road south, from the Fraser River to Burrard inlet, with the western border on Cambie Street, and the bottom end on Knight from 41st, south to the river.
Long the area of affordable housing in Vancouver, it still offers the least expensive houses in the city although calling them affordable might be considered by many to be an expensive joke. The least expensive stand-alone house in this huge area is currently listed at well over $800,000.
Life In the East Vancouver Area
It’s good. With a bounty of parks and recreation options and wonderful, ethnic neighborhoods, the east side is a great place to live. A real melting pot of cultures, it lets us all meet and get to know people from all corners of the globe, and that’s a good thing.
Playland and the PNE are part of life on the east side, along with lovely Brighton Park, the charm of Commercial Drive and the open-air market at Trout Lake in John Hendry Park. Also, in the same park is the fabulous ice skating rink left over from the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
By: Jack Japuncic