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Trusted Saskatoon Water Experts at Culligan Saskatoon Share Advanced Drinking Water Filter System

Since 1949, Culligan Saskatoon's mission has been to deliver high-quality water treatment products that will benefit every part of their customers' lives. At Culligan, they understand that a water quality improvement system is an investment in your family. In their latest Saskatoon water tip they share a New Product: Aqua-Cleer® Advanced Drinking Water Filter System. Culligan are Trusted Saskatoon Water Experts


Product Alert at Culligan: Aqua-Cleer® Advanced Drinking Water Filter System

We’re here when you need us: Culligan Saskatoon has been treating your water needs in Saskatoon and surrounding areas since 1947. Our business is dedicated to making your water better using the best equipment, best service, and best prices around. We’re Family Owned: Our team lives and works in the local area and we’re a family-owned and operated business. In our latest news we are excited to share our product, the Aqua-Cleer® Advanced Drinking Water Filter System, and talk about its features and benefits by producing safer drinking water with reverse osmosis water filtration. 

The Aqua-Cleer® Advanced Drinking Water Filter System provides advanced filtration to reduce chemicals like chlorine, lead, and arsenic. Not only does it provide you, your family, and/or your employees better and safer drinking water, the faucets are available in a magnitude of styles, colours, and finishes to perfectly match your kitchen, office space, or home.

The space-saving design is a great addition as the Aqua-Cleer® can be kept under your sink, eliminating the need for counter space as storage. The design of the Aqua-Cleer® can be installed conveniently in all types of different locations which gives you the flexibility to put it where it works best for you!


Culligan Service Technician’s Do it All!

Your Culligan Service Technician does it all for you! They handle the installation, filter changes, and filter disposals. After installation, our helpful technicians will give you any additional information you need on the Aqua-Cleer® Advanced Drinking Water Filter System. The system filters your water to reduce harmful impurities so you not only don’t have to worry about set-up, you can remove any doubt about how safe and clean your water is while improving the taste of your food and beverages.

Experience the difference Culligan water can make with the Aqua-Cleer® Advanced Drinking Water Filter System! Learn more about your water today. Get started with a simple FREE Culligan Saskatoon Complete Water Test Analysis and one of our water specialists will then provide you with a quote on a water treatment system for your home or business.

Culligan Saskatoon has proudly been serving Saskatoon and area since 1947. That’s more than 60 years of excellence in water, customer service, and product knowledge. Culligan is the name you can trust when it comes to clean, safe water in Saskatoon and we look forward to meeting you!

WANT BETTER DRINKING WATER IN YOUR HOME?

Having better quality water in your home is more important than ever before. From bottled water to installed water filtration systems, our Culligan Water experts can recommend the solution that’s right for you and your family

Guaranteed Satisfaction: As always, our residential equipment is backed up by our 30-day, 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Warrantied: Culligan residential equipment may come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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Culligan is proud to offer their famous free water analysis just call and they'll come out to your home and test your water for impurities!

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"You could give your people Culligan water"

Culligan are Trusted Saskatoon Water Experts


Trusted Saskatoon Mystery Shop The Carpet Guys - Trusted Saskatoon Carpet Cleaners

Being a Trusted Business on the Trusted Saskatoon Directory of Excellence comes with a lot of responsibility - no other directory, advertising medium, or 'watchdog organization' puts businesses through the process we do before we promote and endorse them. 

Why Choose a Business From The Trusted Saskatoon Directory? 

All of the Trusted Saskatoon partners have to pass a unique verification process, they are then annually contracted to uphold our 5 Trusted Guarantees. The partners then become part of a local community of Saskatoon and area businesses who we promote with a strong local marketing campaign. 


We also have a Trusted MYSTERY SHOPPER PROGRAM. This is where we find and engage with normal everyday people, just like you, who are looking for products and services in Saskatoon and area. We approach individuals we can see are looking for a local business and we ask them to mystery shop Trusted Saskatoon Partners. Those that agree to be Trusted mystery shoppers go about their usual business, except at the end they fill out a report to tell us about the experience. We then share it with you! The Trusted Saskatoon Team are thrilled to share our latest mystery shop report about The Carpet Guys!



Mystery Shop The Carpet Guys 


Name of Shopper: Darren G.


1. How was the greeting/welcome/call answered?

Professional and courteous, both on the phone and in person. 


2. Product industry knowledge of staff?

Service was explained with detail. The knowledge base exceeded my expectations. 


3. If a quote is required is it well laid out / clear?

Yes


4. Did they ask where you found them?

I told him.

 

5. Overall experience 1-10

9.5 out of 10


6. Would you return/recommend?

Absolutely.


7. Did anyone stand out as exceptional?

Hal - Owner and Operator


8. If you made a purchase or booked a job, how was the process?

 See below


Did they uphold the 5 Trusted Guarantees? 

  1. Provide the service and quality promised - Yes
  2. Complete the job on time - Yes
  3. Change the price quoted with no surprises - Yes
  4. Communicate.honestly and be responsive to customer needs - Yes
  5. Resolve any issues with customer satisfaction in mind - Yes
There are no negatives!


Please share any other comments relating to your experience with the company. 


 "As an owner of two condos, it is important to refresh the carpets to "as close as new" as possible. My experience has been very positive and rewarding. Not only for me, but for new tenants moving in. I would recommend Hal and The Carpet Guys without any hesitation."
CONGRATULATIONS on a successful mystery shop Hal and the rest of The Carpet Guys team! 

Don't take a risk anywhere else! Contact them for an estimate today 

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  • Carpet Cleaning
  • Upholstery Cleaning
  • Scotch Guarding, Spot & Stain Removal
  • Pet Odour & Flood Clean-up

Saskatoon Carpet Guy is a Trusted Saskatoon Carpet Cleaning Company


Trusted Saskatoon Plumbers at Perfection Plumbing’s Maintenance Tips For Hot Water Tanks

Perfection Plumbing & Drain Cleaning Ltd. is a premier provider of quality drain cleaning and plumbing services in Saskatoon, SK. They are the company of choice to handle all of your plumbing concerns including drain cleaning service, water heater installation, plumbing repair, and more.  Perfection Plumbing is a Trusted Saskatoon Plumbers on the Saskatoon Directory. In their latest tip, they share maintenance tips to consider when trying to keep hot water tanks in good condition. 

Maintenance Tips to Consider When Trying to Keep Hot Water Tanks in Good Condition

Many integral parts of your home’s plumbing system demand proper maintenance. One of the most costly, if you’re not careful about its maintenance, is the hot water tank. Fortunately, you can avoid any pricey dilemma by learning about your water tank’s operation and understanding how to take care of it.


Know What Type of Tank You Have

Several types of water tanks exist these days. Some of the most common include natural gas, electric, and propane. It’s important to know what type you use at home because different types require different repair methods.

If something breaks down, you can tell the repair specialist the type of unit in your home so that the experts can bring along the right tools. You can assist them further by writing down the model and serial number of your tank. This way, the chances of a mix-up will be minimized and the repair technician can complete the work quickly. This coding information is also needed in case your model is under warranty or you want the exact model as a replacement under warranty or otherwise.

Understand How to Turn off the Water

Whenever you encounter an issue with hot water tanks, always turn off the water first. Every model is different, so, you need to practice in advance. This prepares you for emergency scenarios such as a leaking water heater or the presence of gas. Most shut-off valves are located near the water heater.

Consider keeping the necessary specialized tools near this shut-off valve. So, when you’re short on time and something drastic happens, you’ll know exactly where to look and don’t have to second-guess your actions.

Identify Warning Signs of a Failing Hot Water Tank

Like all household appliances, hot water tanks are not designed to last forever. No matter what you do in terms of maintenance, there’s going to be a time when you have to say goodbye and get a new unit. Most units last an average of 10 years.

Other than age, some clear warning signs indicating your tank is failing include rusty water and rumbling noises. Signs of rust usually indicate the tank is rusting from the inside. You should act fast to prevent any harm to your family.

Over time, water begins to harden in your tank and turns into sediment. This sediment then causes your tank to make loud noises. Not only does this mean your tank is not working as efficiently as it should, but it may cause severe damage to the internal components of your tank.

If you have done all you can to keep your hot water tanks in good condition and they still need repair, talk to a repair specialist. Let them inspect your unit to see if it can be salvaged or if a new tank is the best option for your household.


For plumbing problems in your home, don’t hesitate to contact Perfection Plumbing for help.

Trusted Saskatoon Plumbers at Perfection Plumbing Tip on When to Have a Plumber Look at Your Bathroom Pipes

Perfection Plumbing & Drain Cleaning Ltd. is a premier provider of quality drain cleaning and plumbing services in Saskatoon, SK. They are the company of choice to handle all of your plumbing concerns including drain cleaning service, water heater installation, plumbing repair, and more.  Perfection Plumbing is a Trusted Saskatoon Plumbers on the Saskatoon Directory. In their latest tip, they share helpful info on when to have a plumber look at your bathroom pipes. 

Signs that Tells You It’s Time to Let a Plumber Look at Your Bathroom Pipes

Pipes can last for a long time, depending on their composition. For instance, brass can work for up to 40 years while copper can serve you for more than 70 years. It’s a long time, but nothing really lasts forever. You will have to replace your bathroom plumbing at least once in your life. Just the constant use of water for baths, showers, and toilet flushes can eventually wear down the pipes. The age of your pipes therefore becomes a concern. But, most often the gunk from beauty products, soaps, lotions and pastes impedes your bathroom drainage. If gunk doesn’t block the pipes, some of the chemical-laden solutions can gnaw away at them.

The reasons for re-plumbing your bathroom can vary. Regardless, it is first important to learn and notice the signs that portend pipe replacement.

Glaring Water Problems

Leaks and drips shouldn’t be ignored. These are obvious signs that your pipes suffer some problems. For instance, water dribbling out around the sink tap or other fixtures means the hardware lacks proper sealing. The same goes for water pooling around the tub when in use.

Slow draining water also spells trouble. It means that the drain is being blocked. You can use a plunger to deal with it, but if the clog persists even after you and your plumber. in Saskatoon have tried other options, pipe replacement might be the answer.

Low Water Volume

Water should be coming out “full blast” from your shower. Otherwise, corrosion might be damaging the pipes. This is common in galvanized steel pipes when they start to corrode and degrade. Their decreased diameter lowers the water volume. Aside from the shower, your sink, tub, and toilet can suffer the same syndrome. Again, a pipe replacement may be the only solution.

Poor Water Quality

The smell of your water can say a lot about the condition of the pipes. A foul scent can mean that the water heater is collecting “sacrificial anodes,” which pertain to the steel cores wrapped in zinc, aluminum, or magnesium. These anodes attract bacterial and corrosive elements. Though these elements don’t enter the pipes, the anodes can wear out over time, resulting in rusty, smelly water.

The bathroom is one of the most crucial parts of your home. It meets your basic needs while serving as a relaxing, refreshing place for you and your family. If plumbing in the bathroom fails, it can significantly affect your living condition. Once you spot any problems, don’t ignore them. Call your trusted plumber immediately.



For plumbing problems in your home, don’t hesitate to contact Perfection Plumbing for help.

Trusted Saskatoon Framer and General Contractor Japp Construction Share 7 Steps to Better Framing

Gavin and Lindsay Japp from Japp Construction are Trusted Saskatoon Framers and General Contractors. Whether it be framing commercial projects, a renovation, an addition, garage. basement development or a completely new home build, they take pride in assuring that your project is delivered on-time, on budget and complete to the very last detailJapp Construction Are Trusted Saskatoon Framing Specialist & General Contractors. In their first Trusted Saskatoon tip, they share 7 steps to better framing. 

7 Steps to Better Framing & Layouts

What is Framing? No, not the picture kind - It’s the interior skeleton that holds most structures together. But it’s more than just a few sticks of wood and nails. If it’s not done correctly, it’s going to be more like a house of cards that’s ready to topple over at any minute. Kevin Spacey might approve, but your building inspector won’t. Whether you’re framing an interior wall or an entire house, consider these seven important framing tips and layout tricks to prevent your next framing project from looking like an old shanty that’s ready to fall to pieces.

On Center or Off Center?

When you’re pulling a measurement across the face of your top and bottom plate for a stud layout, typically the layout is 16” on center, right? But more often than not, when the measurements get pulled, the person doing the layout makes their marks on each 16” increment. The problem with that is that now the layout is off-center. If you attach a piece of plywood, sheetrock or other panel goods to the studs, it’s going to be off where the stud breaks with the edge of the board. To ensure your layout is correct, you’ll need to set the layout ¾” behind the actual 16” increment. This pushes the studs over just enough so the next piece of plywood, sheetrock, etc. breaks perfectly on a stud.

Top and Bottom Plates

This mistake happens quite often when you’ve got multiple walls to frame-up. The bottom plates or top plates get cut to the wrong length and you end up having to buy more materials because you just wasted everything. The best way to ensure top and bottom plates remain consistent when they are cut is to lay out everything on the ground first. Snapping chalk lines is just the start. Add header measurements, door openings and angles to the floor layout. This way you can place the top and bottom plates against the floor layout to make sure you have accurate cuts every time.

Look Up

While interior walls usually don’t do much but look pretty, bearing walls hold all of the weight of the roof. And more often than not, the layout under these extra important walls gets off somehow. One of the easiest ways to keep a good layout is to just copy the truss/joists/rafters from up above. Wherever a rafter bears onto a wall, you’ll need a stud directly underneath. Where hips, girders and other heavy-duty trusses land, you’ll need to double or even triple up the studs to accept the load. Check with your local inspector or building code for specific requirements.

Stagger Those Seams

Top and bottom plates often have seams where two boards join together. And no matter how many nails you put into it, it’s going to be the weakest point in the wall. So how do you prevent these weak spots without buying a 30’ long 2×4? You simply stagger the seams. Be sure that you keep the top plate seam as far away from the bottom plate seam as possible to prevent weak spots in your wall framing.

Sandwiched Walls

Framing a Door OpeningLet’s say you’re building a house that’s rectangular in shape. Two of those walls are going to be long and two of them are going to be sandwiched between the other two walls. But when you’re covering those walls with a plywood exterior, the layout needs to be adjusted to accommodate the extra 3 ½” that each wall adds – otherwise you’ll end up with a small 3 ½” rip on each side and the wall won’t be as structurally sound as it should be. Hang your tape over the edge of plates 3 ½” to get the right 16” on center layout.

Snow Load

Have you ever wondered what those little black diamonds are on your tape measure? Those are snow load layouts. They bring the conventional 24” rafter layout closer together for a stronger roof. By bringing the rafters closer together at 19 3/16” increments, you increase the strength of the roof enough to prevent snow from crashing through your roof,  and let's face it in Saskatchewan you never know what the weather is going to throw at you ...so be prepared for anything! 

Good Looking Layout

While this isn’t exactly framing-related, it’s still worth mentioning. Some layouts don’t get hidden by drywall or plywood. For instance, spindles on a porch railing are visible forever. Since they need to be a maximum of four inches apart in most locales, it tends to make the layout look wonky once it fits between the support posts if the measurement isn’t an even number. And when measurements between support posts aren’t consistent, it can really make your layout look like a kid did the job. An instant cure for this dilemma is to start your layout from the center and layout the spindles towards each support post. This way, no matter what the measurement, you can be sure the layout looks smooth and consistent all the way around the porch. You’ll still want to verify where the spindles at the edge will wind up as  sometimes this approach can land a spindle too close to the end. If that’s the case, an offset, or narrowing the gaps slightly might be needed.

   
'Quality you deserve and dependability you can count on’ 

Japp Construction Are Trusted Saskatoon Framing Specialist & General Contractors

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