Our Calgary Area Plumbers Are Here To Help!
Though John the plumber is relatively new to the Calgary area, we have been servicing the province of Ontario for over 10 years. If there’s one thing we know very well, it’s Canadian plumbing! Some of the codes vary from province to province, but in Alberta things are essentially pretty straight across the board. What matters most, other than building codes, is where our expertise lies in climates like the harsh winters that we have here in Alberta and in Ontario. Homeowners need to know how to protect their homes in the event of freezing or flooding, both which can happen in the Calgary area.
John the plumber Calgary is first and foremost for questions and solutions for all your plumbing needs. Ask us about sump pumps and well pumps, blocked and cracked pipes and drains, running and leaking toilets, faucets with no water pressure, install bidets and showers, strange smells and strange sounds that come from various plumbing fixtures in your house, back water valves and water softeners – we can answer almost any question, install any fixture and repair of any problem in your residential home or small commercial space.
You will be pleased to know that our Calgary-based plumbers from John the plumber have a sound knowledge of housing structures and plumbing in the Calgary area.
Are plumbers think outside the box and are always polite and courteous and ready to help in any way they can.
Our fees are not the lowest, but you get what you pay for in the plumbing industry and if you hire John the plumber, you will be satisfied that you had the best of the best.
Our plumbers are homeowners, parents, hard-working middle-class folks just like the people we service in the Calgary area and we understand what it’s like to be faced with a plumbing problem that has expensive solutions. We will always try our best to give you as much information as possible explain with clear communication, our thoughts and what we feel would be an optimal solution. Homeowners should always take their plumbing seriously and never let a small problem develop into a huge one, if at all possible.