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Nov 22, 2013

Leaking Or Frozen Pipes? Leave It To The Plumbing Experts

It's been a long time since me and my friend in Canada had a conversation online.  She got so very busy in her new job.  Plus, she moved to a new place closer to where she is working right now.  I am very happy that everything is going as planned regarding her being an immigrant in Canada and landing a good job that is related to her field of expertise.  She is also working on the petition papers for her son. We always have a fun conversation.  We reminisce the times as colleagues in a computer school.  The parties, gatherings, school events, and hanging outs were so precious moments. 

My friend mentioned that another reason she moved to a new house is to avoid too much stress about home maintenance and everything.  She found this new house she's renting now very nice and suited for her.  When she got a frozen pipe problem few months ago at her house, a plumber in Mississauga fixed the problem immediately.  On the other hand, we talked about the recent calamity done by the super typhoon in our province.  She told me her parents' house in her town got knocked down, too.  All utility services are not available as of the moment.  So tragic event.  We felt sad for a few moments during our talk.

Living without electricity is hard but living without water is one of the most difficult.  Plumbing services back home is badly needed there right now.  If we only have services like Mississauga plumbing, leaks and pipes problem will be resolved up front. We are very worried about our families back home.  All we can do right now is to do our very best to help and assist them with their needs.

I hope to see my friend soon.  Hopefully I can go to Canada or she can come over here to Texas.  Whichever works.

11 comments:

jo-anne said...

I learned my lesson the hard way about leaking pipes. I didn't address the problem right away, our water bill went sky high!

riz tomacruz said...

natural disasters wreck havoc on properties. Hence, it's always a must to do maintenance work so as to make the property a little more intact.

Arlene said...

oh leaking pipes! I really can't do it in my home. we often call a plumber when we have broken pipes or clogged pipes/

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

we were once charged P60,000 by the Maynilad for a month of water because of a leaking pipe

Mary Anne Vinzon said...

Too bad, my hubby doesn't know how to repair our leaking pipes. So we just get some help from other people to fix it.

Chubskulit Rose said...

When it comes to plumbing issues, we leave it to the experts.

jheylo said...

I think this is very important for those people who live in a snowy place. Frozen or leaking pipes is not good at all, so leave it to the expert and have them take care of it.

April McGregor said...

plumbing problems are something I can't DIY.

melandria romero said...

this are jobs that we need to call someone's help

Dex Banner said...

Bear in mind that a frozen pipe doesn't leak – the water is ice. You'll discover you have a leak only after the ice melts. Leaking pipes. Leaks can occur when water freezes in a pipe, when corrosion weakens metal pipe walls

Olga said...

This is something that really should be left to the pros. I remember trying to play handyman and tried to fix a clogged pipe myself. I ended up breaking the sink's p-trap. I've never tried to fix anything else at home after that.