North Burnaby BC Plumbing Service & Repair
There are a number of reasons why homeowners all over North Burnaby entrust us with the care of their boiler system year after year and in emergencies.
Let the Highmark Plumbing professionals provide your home or business with drain cleaning service in North Burnaby BC. We want to ensure that your plumbing is flowing as it should be and your property is protected from potentially serious damage.
In addition to great customer service and trained professionals, our company also strives to meet the cost criteria that our customers might have.
Float balls, flappers and fill valves. They’re all parts of a typical toilet, along with chains, float arms, flush valves, handle arms and float adjustment apparatus. As with any sort of moving parts, toilet components are susceptible to wear and breakage. If one or more parts suddenly fails, you could be in for a plumbing emergency. Good thing Highmark offers all-day and all-night emergency plumbing in North Burnaby.
Your neighbors call on High Mark Plumbing for gasfitting service & repair in North Burnaby BC, and you should, too.
You can never be too careful when it comes to taking care of your heating system—especially in preparation for Canadian winters! No matter what time of year it is when you read this, it’s never too early to think about heating service & repair in North Burnaby BC.
You can never be too careful when it comes to taking care of your home’s plumbing system—especially when you are preparing for this year’s Canadian winter. Even if you are in the middle of enjoying your warm, beautiful summer, don’t forget about plumbing in North Burnaby BC.
Take a minute and think about the plumbing system in your home or business. Not too exciting, is it? While we get up, live our day to day activities, take showers, do dishes, and even water the garden, we don’t think too much about where water comes from, or the plumbing in our homes—until something goes wrong.
Take a minute and think about the hot water heater system in your home or business. While we get up, live out our daily activities, take showers, do dishes or run our dishwasher, and even water the garden, we don’t think too much about where water comes from, or the plumbing in our homes—until something goes wrong.
If you are having continuous issues with the hot water heater in your home, and you are beyond frustrated and maybe even concerned about the upcoming winter, then take our professional advice and call us today.
Underground water and sewer lines deteriorate and break down over time for numerous reasons. The most common reasons are freezing, thawing, and even growing and expanding tree roots over the years. A water main is typically made of strong cast iron, but the truth is they don’t last forever.
Underground water and sewer lines deteriorate and break down over time and due to various causes. The most common causes for a sewer line back up or blockage are due to severe temperatures changes, changes in ground pressure, and even growing and expanding tree roots over the years. A sewer line is typically made of strong cast iron or PVC piping, but nothing lasts forever.
The foundation of a home or building can break away, chip down, and crack over time, especially if it is susceptible to water damage.
To learn more about how you can repair or replace a cracked or broken line, call High Mark Plumbing today at (604)945-6060.
For more information on water main service and repair, or to speak with one of our professional plumbers, call High Mark Plumbing today at (604)945-6060 to learn more about how we can help you.
We will go over your options for repiping to get it fixed once and for all. With a repiping project, sections of your piping are removed at a time and replaced with brand new piping material.
Instead of having large, deep trenches dug up to access the pipes below the soil, only two to three holes are dug. Cameras are then inserted to assess what types of damage or repairs may be needed.
With directional drilling, there is more flexibility on where to drill based on the placement of pipes, water, and sewer lines. We drill horizontally, which means that if there is a line that is under a road, driveway, parking lot, or if the pipe curves, then we can still drill. If we can’t pull it, we drill it!