Category: Residential

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Debunking The 3 Most Common Plumbing Myths

Learning about common plumbing myths allows you to stay away from costly mistakes and unwanted surprises, ensuring that your water and drainage systems remain well-functioning. Without further ado, here are some plumbing myths to stop believing now.

Residential sewer pipe that requires maintenance and repair

The Importance of Sewer Pipe Repairs and Maintenance

The putrid smells that will suddenly be present in your home are difficult to ignore and can certainly affect your quality of living. This is why sewer pipe repairs are paramount. This blog post will help you understand when you need to have your sewer pipe repaired and why this crucial step should never be overlooked.

Signs That It Is Time to Have Your Sewer Line Checked

When it comes to plumbing, what you see is not always what you get. Your plumbing system might appear to be working, but that doesn’t guarantee that it’s free from problems. A leaking sewage line, for example, can run up your water bill or cause further damage to your home if you do not fix it right away.

Navien water heaters

What You Need to Know About Tankless Water Heaters

If you are interested in getting a tankless water heater, you might be wondering how it works, whether it’s suitable for your home, and whether you need a plumber to install it. If you want the answers to these questions, check out this blog post to learn more!

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7 Things You Must Not Flush Down the Toilet – What to Know

Unfortunately, many households turn their toilets into a trash bin by disposing of personal care and hygiene products, household items, and so much more. Furthermore, many fail to realize how doing so will easily clog their toilet and cause a backup, leading to nasty damages and costly repairs.

Stainless steel kitchen faucet with water coming out of it

6 Common Home Plumbing Issues You Can Solve on Your Own

Did you know that not every issue requires professional intervention? This is because there are times when you can do the fix yourself, such as odd noises and minor leaks. In this article, we share six common water faucet problems you can solve on your own.

Water overflowing from a manhole pushing the cover up. Street flooding

5 Common Causes of Sewer Backup at Home: What to Do

It’s important to have a basic understanding of your home’s sewer system and get acquainted with some plumbing issues associated with it. One major yet common household problem is sewer backup, where wastewater doesn’t go down the drain.

Modern sink and faucet in a bathroom

Why You Shouldn’t Use Chemical Drain Cleaners at Home

It can be tempting to use chemical drain cleaners when unclogging your tub or sink, especially if you have busy weekdays. While this could get the job done at the moment, it would cause more harm eventually. This blog post will explain why you shouldnt use a chemical drain cleaner as well as offer some natural remedies for unclogging drains.

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*