How to Fix Your Drywall After the Plumber Leaves

Whenever you have to do plumbing work on your residential or commercial property, you should only hire a professional plumbing contractor. However, most professional plumbers are not construction contractors. This means that they may not be able to repair the drywall that they tore out to fix your plumbing. You will have to hire another contractor or do the work on your own. If you'd rather try to repair it yourself, here are some steps to make it happen. Read More 

Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Plumber’s Visit

When your toilet won't flush or your kitchen sink is spraying water all over the room, you need a plumber as soon as possible. It's easy to get a little frantic trying to get the problem fixed! But if you're calling over a plumber like Plumber A Rescue Rooter, there are a few things you can do to make the visit more effective (or even less expensive). Check For Multiple Problems Read More 

Here’s How You Can Avoid Letting Your Pipes Freeze This Year

Anyone living in an older home could be in danger of freezing pipes in the winter. With sometimes below freezing temperatures in Canada, it's not uncommon for homeowners to have pipes burst or crack due to a buildup of ice in pipes inside and out of their homes. You can always avoid this problem by doing a few simple things this year: Insulate Pipes That Aren't Encased in a Wall or Floor Read More 

Tips For Fixing A Sewer Smell Coming From An Inside Drain

Has one of your indoor drains started to have a funky smell that reminds you of the sewer? There are a few potential causes for the smell with easy solutions that you can attempt. But it's always worth having a plumber come out to check after the fact to ensure there isn't a need for a sewer line replacement or advanced drain repair. Here are a few tips for fixing a sewer smell coming from an inside drain. Read More