Have you ever tried to sleep, but wake up in the middle of the night listening to the constant drip of your faulty faucet?
But what if a sudden burst of water pressure (which rarely happens in our area, I swear) would bust a water pipe, in the middle of the night, without hubby (who is on a business trip) or any male specie in sight?
Way beyond annoying, I know. It is panic beyond the first level.
Especially if you just had that pipe fixed a week ago.
I just realized, while I was trying to wrap my daughter’s pajama (I thought it was long enough!) around the broken pipe while I was given a glorious shower by the water gushing out of it that I shouldn't have relied on my friend’s friend who claimed he can fix my pipe and did. Sure. For a few days and hours, it did stay fix.
My hubby did insist that I call his trusted plumber who did the pipe works in his family home decades ago (and he swore there never was a major pipe bust! Only those tiny, minor repairs). Sadly (and he seems to gloat about it now that I did not listen to him), I should have listened to him.
I was reminded of a similar story by my friend, who moved to Toronto a year ago. The sewage pipe broke on her, and finding the trusted plumber was difficult because she is new in the country. Thankfully, neighbors were kind (and very much eager. I sure wouldn't want any sewage stuff oozing from any pipe, too) enough to recommend a reliable plumber with reasonable plumber rate toronto. The quality of the work done by the plumber plus the professionalism accorded to her made her plumbing toronto problem a piece of cake. The plumber soon became her trusted plumber, one who does his work well and is always on call, with contact info at Priority Plumbing-1594 Dupont St. Toronto, ON M6P 3S7 (416) 762-8662.
Hub’s trusted family plumber eventually fixed the broken pipe at home. Indeed, your house does not need to be turned into a geyser. You just have to call your trusted plumber .