If you need a Kitsilano plumber to check something out in your home, you can count on KC’s Plumbing to take care of it for you. Anything from clogged drains to hydronic heating, every property owner in Kitsilano can count on the very best service from KC’s Plumbing & Heating.
No matter what the problem is we can handle it for you. Our team of dedicated plumbers are trained in the latest technologies for efficient heating, plumbing and drainage solutions. You can count on us for excellent work at reasonable prices. Click here to check out our rates.
What a great neighborhood we have in Kitsilano, one of Vancouver’s many beautiful neighborhoods and among the best-known. Named for August Jack Khatsahlano, a chief of the Squamish Nation, Kits became famous in the 1960s as a hippy hangout.
It has morphed into something quite a bit different now, but remains a cultural jewel for the region with its fabulous beaches, gigantic outdoor swimming pool and the shopping and restaurant districts of 4th Avenue and West Broadway.
Each year hundreds of thousands are attracted to Kitsilano events such as Bard on the Beach and the Vancouver International Children’s Festival. Any time of year is a good time to visit the H. R. MacMillan Space Center or the Vancouver Maritime Museum.
For those who haven’t visited the Kitsilano Showboat, you are missing something special. An open-air amphitheater operating for 80 years, it offers free performances by local talent all summer long. And the mountain and ocean views are simply spectacular.
The Kitsilano Area
The homes in the area range from older, modest walk-up apartments to the most expensive, modern mansion in the province. Sandwiched between English Bay and West 16th Avenue, and running from Burrard Street on its eastern boundary to Alma on its west, Kits is home to many famous celebrities as well as some of our own employees.
If you have any concerns about the plumbing in your home, call us to talk things over. We have been serving residents of Kitsilano for decades now and have many loyal customers in the area.
By: Jack Japuncic