After a couple of weeks of
"Will call you Tuesday to let you know when we have time, if there are no emergency jobs." and
"Next Thursday we will know when we can make it." and
"We need to do our emergency jobs first" and
"Your slotted in on Friday next week"
This was the service I received from Modern Drainage here in North Vancouver. My clients needless to say where less than
My buddy Tom called me today to wish me a happy Father's Day and ask for some advice. I was heading to work for a short spell and after hearing about his shower leak I told him I would be by in an hour. I helped Tom build his shower and wanted to see first hand the problem. When I got there the ceiling below the master shower was opened up and upon inspection we could see that the water leaked trough the hole where the hot water ran up through the floor in the stud wall cavity. The leak was
I was asked to clean up a two bedroom condo up in Whistler not far from my North Vancouver home this week and thought I would share this process with anyone keen enough to tackle the cleaning job of a Schluter Sytems Kerdi drain. The strainer portion of the Kerdi drain comes off easily with just a philips screwdriver unless the tile setter grouted the screws over like the one I worked on.
To access the screws first I used the tip of a sharp drill bit to loosen up the dried grout.