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How to Stop an Overflowing Toilet

Stopping an overflowing toilet is quite an emergency. It requires quick thinking and fast actions. If you know from your experience on how to deal with it, you may be lucky, but if not, until the time you get to useful tips on Google, you may find your bathroom...

Why hire a licensed plumber

Taking care of a leaky toilet, faucet or a catastrophic piping breakdown is not work for weak hearts. Any problems related to pipes and water systems in your home can potentially give you nightmares. Especially as Winnipeg winters become harsher, these plumbing...

Why is my toilet leaking at the base?

Water accumulating on the bathroom floor around the toilet can potentially be a cause of greater water damages. Pooling water will ruin the texture and coating of your tiles and cause staining. If left untreated, water leaks can travel through the floor and into the...

Why Your Dishwasher May Be Backed up With Water

Having a dishwasher in your home is supposed to make cleaning up easier and more efficient. So when something goes wrong and you find yourself with a sink full of backed up water, how do you react? Should you call a plumber? Before you do, go through these three...

What Are the Black Specks in My Water?

If you started to notice tiny, black specks in your glass of water recently, it is time to call a plumber. While those bits are likely not hazardous to your health in small quantities, they are not a part of your water and should not be ingested. Here is a guide to...

House Hunting? Be Sure To Check The Plumbing

When we house hunt, we often focus on the superficial. It’s understandable. You’re going to live in your house, so you want it to look nice. But underneath the paint, carpets, and furnishings, there can be some serious structural issues, such as plumbing. It’s...