If that who is you, then you are more than likely a longstanding resident of the Greater Toronto Area. The ‘what’, of course, deals with the type of business you are operating. In the case of business operations, you are running things from fixed premises, whether these are freestanding or terraced or part of a building or industrial factory complex, all from within the GTA. And, of course, this necessity, that of acquiring the resolute services of a Toronto plumber, does not necessarily apply to you.
It applies to any, in fact, all residents across all cities and provinces. It applies to people just like you across the world. Perhaps there is another empathetic way of motivating this essential need that we all have. If such things have never happened to you in your life then you should consider yourself to be very lucky indeed. But if it has happened to you then you know it feels. It is awkward and inconvenient. It can be hectic and, quite frankly, quite stressful.
Not quite Murphy’s Law, but such things have a nasty habit of happening at the worst possible time. A burst pipe could occur in your basement in the middle of the night. Now, also imagine this. It is late at night and you and your family are sound asleep. The pipe’s bursting, strange as it may seem, but such things have happened too, does not wake a soul. By the time you are up and about the next morning, the damage is done and it is a complete disaster.
Commercially, it is even worse. The damage done is even more devastating. It could even close a business down. But this never needs to happen. Domestic or commercial, contact your essential service provider at your earliest convenience. If you own or rent a domestic residence, you will always have need of a plumber. If you own your own business, you most certainly do need a plumber. But not just any plumber, mind you.
You could contact your insurance handler and allow him to recommend that plumber. That plumber carries all the qualifying criteria. Needless to say, he comes highly recommended. We have said that he is qualified. Being qualified entails that he is a licensed practitioner and is also experienced as a business handler. He has the necessary technical expertise as well. He is always up to date with new technologies. That being said, you can expect him to recommend renovations or new installments by the time your next scheduled maintenance check is due.
Now, if you are renting premises or operating as a tenant, do not take it for granted that your landlord or property owner will take over your emergencies. It usually does not happen. Rather take ownership of your circumstances and have your own plumber standing by. As a business owner, practice good risk management by having a plumber ready as one of your important calling cards.