Questions Homeowners Should Ask Plumbers in Toronto

by developer | February 22, 2010 | Comments

The only questions that most homeowners ask plumbers in Toronto are: ”when  can they  get the job done ?”  and ”how much the entire job will cost?” . While these are important questions, they do not provide the homeowner with vital information that can eventually save money,  time and rule out the possibility of having Read more

Five Commandments for Plumbers in Toronto

by developer | February 15, 2010 | Comments

Stiff competition and know-how are two of the factors that will highlight or strike out any plumbing professional. With more and more people knowing their rights as consumers, the plumbing professional of the past has become an archived part of history that has served as a lesson for those that have decided to become plumbers Read more

Clogged Toilets and Sinks

by developer | January 27, 2010 | Comments

Give us a call today: 416-663-4777 for a free upfront estimate! Clogged Toilets and Sinks Clogged toilets and sinks is one of the most common issues faced by Toronto homeowners. And most of them take resort to chemical treatment to tacklethe problem. It might provide temporary relief but in the longer run this cannot help Read more

Drain Problems in Toronto

by developer | January 20, 2010 | Comments

Blockage with roots If you have finished taking a shower only to find yourself standing in a mixture of dirty ankle deep water then you must have experienced the nightmare of clogged drain. What to do now? You can try fixing it yourself with toxic chemicals that might damage your drain even more or call Read more

Buying Old House in Toronto More Expenses

by developer | November 1, 2009 | Comments

This is part 3 out of 3 of series on how to buy an old home in Toronto. If you missed first two posts you can check out Part 1: Buying Old House in Toronto Dangers and Part 2: Buying Old House in Toronto Costs So, you followed my advice and bought an old house. Read more

Buying Old House in Toronto: Costs

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This post is part 2 out of 3 part series of buying an old home in Toronto. If you missed the first part 1 you can click here: Buying an Old House in Toronto: Dangers. – Snake and inspection with a video camera: $200 to $500. Usually, you are in shock from the last call Read more

Buying Old House in Toronto: Dangers

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One of the most frequently asked questions of our clients is: “What is the worst danger when purchasing an old house?” The answer is simple: “Water”. Let’s start from the beginning. What is an old house? Let’s walk around the areas of our city – Toronto: Down Town Area – 110-80 years old, St. Clair Read more