Types of Pipe Corrosion & How it Leads to your Pipe Failure | CuraFlo

Pipe corrosion can be most damaging to residential homes, commercial property, Institutional as well as industrial property. While you cannot see inside your home or building’s plumbing pipes to view the progression of corrosion, we know corrosion begins as soon as water is first turned on.  How do we know? Corrosion problems have been increasing in frequency and severity over [...]

March 23rd, 2018|

777 Burrard

  777 Burrard, Heritage Building in Vancouver. 777 Burrard, is a heritage building that was built back in 1914.  It was used previously as a rental building but had become a condominium building with 51 units.  With so many years of wear and tear on this building’s plumbing system, they were in urgent need of work, with pinholes [...]

January 19th, 2018|

Cottage Worthington Pavilion

Cottage Worthington Pavilion, care home facility. Cottage Worthington Pavilion, is a single-story care home building. The focus of this facility is to promote comfort, independence and a sense of belonging for their residents, while encouraging socialization, leisure interests and varying living abilities and diverse spirituality.  This building’s plumbing was in desperate need of repair with pinhole leaks having [...]

January 5th, 2018|

Considering the Water Treatment System?

Considering Water Treatment System? Wondering if it can solve your building’s pinhole leak issues?   CuraFloWT – The answer to your building’s plumbing issues. Often Water Treatment Service providers suggest that changing water chemistry can reduce the number of leaks but never back their claims with a strong warranty. They also commonly lock building owners into long-term contracts. What [...]

December 15th, 2017|

What is Hard Water Compared to Soft Water? The Facts | CuraFlo

What is Hard Water? Hard Water refers to water rich in calcium, magnesium and other minerals and has higher PH than Soft Water. When compared to Soft Water, Hard Water is the complete opposite of Soft Water. Soft Water is known to be water that comes from rainfall with low concentration of minerals and has low PH levels. Hard Water [...]

December 1st, 2017|
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