Category: Plumber Tips

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4 Boiler Maintenance Tips to Keep Your Boiler in Check

To ensure that you do not keep purchasing new boilers because the old ones have broken down, you need to know how to maintain them properly. This way, you extend the lifespan of a boiler system for as long as possible, ensuring an efficient performance that not only continues to provide heat to the household but does so in the safest way possible.

Summer plumbing maintenance in your home

Summer’s Here! Have You Checked Your Plumbing System Yet?

Many homeowners are under the pretense that it’s only during the winter when most plumbing issues resurface. Well, that isn’t true. Your plumbing system can take a beating even during the summer. This occurs because of the additional wear and tear brought by children on vacation, guests, and other summertime outdoor activities.

Young woman doing dishes at her kitchen sink, making sure not to pour anything down the drain that may clog it.

4 Things That You Should Never Pour Down the Drain

A clogged drain is one of the most stressful things that homeowners have to deal with because it usually requires plumbing services to come in to fix your drain. Now, there are ways to prevent this from happening to you.

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4 Valuable Benefits of Hiring Quality Plumbing Services

When it comes to plumbing services, you typically have the option to take the DIY route or hire professional plumbers to do the job for you. Whether it’s for inspection, maintenance or repair, the latter will always be the most viable solution.

If you are thinking about why you should hire a high-quality plumbing company, this blog post lists four reasons to do so.

An Update From Bromac
Regarding COVID-19

We understand that times are tough and as an essential service, we will be staying open for all emergency and non-emergency calls.

Materials may start to run dry but we have done our best to order trucks filled with water heaters, furnaces, pipe and other materials to prep for potential shortages.

If there are any jobs you know you need done in the next while, please book with us ASAP so we can consider further material orders. For unexpected/less common emergency calls, we will do our best to stock less common parts to be able to assist in such cases. For all drain cleaning jobs, our machines are ready for the task.

As per normal we will be accepting credit as we know times like this could put a financial strain on many.

Times like these can unite us as a community. We look forward to assisting wherever and whoever is in need during the coming weeks and months.

*All of our techs are being screened and will not be working if feeling at all under-the-weather*