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Question - What Makes A Good Plumber?. Print Bookmark

Plumbing is the system of pipes and drains installed in a building for the distribution of potable drinking water and the removal of waterborne wastes, and the skilled trade of working with pipes, tubing and plumbing fixtures in such systems.

A plumber is someone who installs or repairs piping systems, plumbing fixtures and equipment such as water heaters. The plumbing industry is a basic and substantial part of every developed economy due to the need for clean water, and proper collection and transport of wastes. The word "plumbing" comes from the Latin plumbum for lead, as pipes were once made from lead.

Our professional plumbers understand how important you home or business plumbing is. We will come to your home or business with a checklist of plumbing system. We will go through the whole list to make sure everything is in good condition and working properly. This will help prevent any major plumbing problems that may arise later down the road.

We will check out your drain tiles, sewer and water lines, sump pumps, water meter, hot water tanks, septic tank, and your homes taps, faucets and lines. Our plumber will recommend any solutions to work that may need repair now.

Problems which may be found now are: broken or damaged drain tiles, damaged or clogged sewer and water lines.

Plumbing is usually distinguished from water supply and sewage systems, in that a plumbing system serves one building, while water and sewage systems serve a group of buildings or a city.

The major categories of plumbing systems or subsystems are:
Potable cold and hot tap water supply
Plumbing drainage venting
Septic systems
Rainwater, surface, and subsurface water drainage
Fuel gas piping

For their environmental benefit and sizable energy savings, hot water heat recycling units are being installed in residential buildings. Ecological concerns and water shortages have increased interest in graywater recovery and treatment systems.

If you are concerned about your plumbing system, give us a call and we will discuss options that are available to you.

Phone Us : _______________________________________________________    604-739-2000


 


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