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DRIPS & DRAINS Q&A
Regular service hours are 8:00AM-5:00PM Monday to Friday
Emergency service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Drips & Drains offers all plumbing, heating, gas, drainage and emergency repairs, installation, replacements. For more information click here.
QUALIFICATIONS & CERTIFICATIONS
Drips & Drains Plumbing and Heating Ltd. is licensed, bonded and insured in the lower mainland. If you require long-term work performed out of the Lower Mainland, we will happily register ourselves with your local municipality.
Drips & Drains performs regular services in:
Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Downtown Vancouver, Delta, Port Moody, Squamish, Coquitlam, New Westminster, Langley, Surrey & Maple Ridge.
We ask that you call our 24 hour service line at 604-355-7322 so that we can better assess the details of your request and offer you a competitive estimate.
METHODS OF PAYMENT
Drips & Drains accepts cash, cheque, e-transfer, Visa and Mastercard. Please note, as credit card processing fees add up on larger invoices, we ask that payments over $1,000 are processed via cash, cheque or e-transfer.
WHY CHOOSE DRIPS & DRAINS?
We are a small local business offering friendly and honest service 100% of the time
We have educated technicians who work hard and care about doing the job right
We are honest, reliable and fair
We offer competitive rates
We have many longstanding, repeat residential and commercial customers who exclusively use us when they have plumbing, heating or drainage issues, and we pride ourselves on providing the best, quality service.
Drips & Drains was established in 2012 and has worked on numerous projects ever since. To learn more, visit the company history page here.
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