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Total Bath & Plumbing Centre

625 Wabanaki Dr , Kitchener, Ontario , N2C 2G3  -   Map


We will maintain our high standards of up to date solutions to enhance the longevity and productivity of any service or solution you require. We always offer you our professional technicians who are well trained in industry standards, which keeps the quality of our workmanship at an elite level. Your home is your castle, and we will respect your home as we would ours! At Hammond Plumbing & Heating Inc. we realize that problems do not always occur between the hours of nine and five. We are proud to offer emergency service, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our phones are always answered by personally by a Hammond Plumbing & Heating Inc. employee. Water Heaters Service or New Installations Although the cost of a hot water heater makes some people gasp, when you stop and think about it, you'll see that you do get your money's worth from the purchase. If you take the cost and average it out over a typical 8 to 12 year period, you will find it is very reasonable. After all, this appliance works every day of the year to provide instant hot water at the turn of a tap. We service both gas and electric, as well as commercial and residential hot water heaters. Drain Clearing It's a fact, all plumbing systems get clogs eventually. When you have a plugged drain or toilet, it may seem easy and convenient to use a liquid chemical to resolve the issue yourself. Using liquid chemical products, however, is not always the best course of action. In most cases, chemicals alone will not completely clear the drain. The best way to remove the obstruction is with a drain auger that has a cutting head on it. This will clear the walls of the pipe and remove the plug. Chemicals should never be used in a toilet, because the heat that is generated by the water and chemical will often cause the toilet bowl to crack. Backflow Prevention Installation and Testing Our plumbers are certified backflow prevention installers. Many local municipalities now require backflow preventers to be installed at places of business

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