Our Services

New Construction

Building a new home? Country Plumbing is here from the design stage to after you move in to help. From layout to picking the right fixtures to go in your new home, to making sure you have safe, clean drinking water, Country Plumbing can be there to help.

Renovations

Adding a new bathroom? Changing the fixtures in your existing bathroom, kitchen or Laundry room? Need a washroom, kitchen or Laundry in an area that has no plumbing? Been ignored by other plumbing companies that are just too “busy” to help? It’s true, we are all busy these days doing something. From the minor tap change to the larger full room change out, we are here to help, here to get your project completed.

Heating

Water is an amazing source of heat! Looking to add to an existing system? Need infloor heat in a new space? Baseboard Rads? These are all great, efficient forms of heat. Do you need your existing system serviced? At Country Plumbing and Mechanical, we can make sure you have the comfort you deserve.

Water Treatment

The two factors that define your water treatment options are:
1. Your water source
2. Your personal preferences

Your water source will determine the types of water quality issues that can arise, and is largely out of your control. However, the decision to have high quality, safe water from every tap is entirely up to you.

Urban Centre Water Issues

In major population centers of the developed world, the most familiar piece of water treatment equipment is usually a water softener, which works by employing the principle of ion exchange (exchange of calcium and magnesium dissolved ions with sodium or potassium ions). The removal of dissolved calcium and magnesium is not an economically viable proposition for municipalities. So, the all too familiar “hardness” which results in clogged shower heads, excessive detergent use and damaged water heaters becomes the homeowner’s problem.

Urban Centre Water Issues

In major population centers of the developed world, the most familiar piece of water treatment equipment is usually a water softener, which works by employing the principle of ion exchange (exchange of calcium and magnesium dissolved ions with sodium or potassium ions). The removal of dissolved calcium and magnesium is not an economically viable proposition for municipalities. So, the all too familiar “hardness” which results in clogged shower heads, excessive detergent use and damaged water heaters becomes the homeowner’s problem.

Water Treatment Systems

Point-of-entry (POE) is the term commonly used to define any water treatment system or combination of systems designed to alleviate water quality issues at the point where water enters a building, prior to distribution to the water heater, kitchen and washrooms. This is in contrast to Point-of-use (POU) systems, which are designed to be installed under the counter or even directly on to a drinking water faucet with limited treatment capabilities. The most applicable system is usually determined by a comprehensive water test, understanding consumer expectations and offering a range of appropriate options. Equipment used in POE systems can range from a simple hardware store-purchased sediment filter to a suite of products performing complementary tasks designed to provide aesthetically pleasing, palatable and safe drinking water.

Rural Area Water Issues

For those living off the grid, whose water source is typically a drilled well or a lake, there are a number of other issues which are not familiar to the city dweller, and require application of various POE options. Some of the issues (in addition to hardness), affecting these water supplies are:

  • Turbidity: cloudy, visually unappealing water
  • Iron and iron bacteria: bad taste, staining, and possible gelatinous growth
  • Sulphur: “rotten egg” odor associated with sulphur reducing bacteria
  • Microbial contamination: including fecal coliforms, E.coli and parasitic cysts

Emergency Services

Blocked drainage system, broken pipes, and leaking water lines are some of the most usual residential emergencies you don’t want to have. But sometimes these things happen. When you come across a situation regarding a plumbing emergency, you can count on Country Plumbing to be there to help.

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For any enquiries about our services or details on which parts to procure, get in touch with us and we will be more than happy to help. We are proudly locally owned and operating, serving Grey & Bruce Counties, Ontario

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Business Hours

Mon: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Tue: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Wed: 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM

Thu: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Fri: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Sat: 2:00 – 6:00 PM

Sun: Closed