Joe has been in the plumbing business for over 20 years in the Greater Toronto Area and worked the last 6 years on PCM projects. Joe is committed to delivering a high-quality product each and every time.
Joe aims to deliver the ‘best in class’ plumbing on every job he does –always within budget and in the timeframe he’s given.
Plumbing - The PCM Way
On a PCM project, the well-defined project plan has very tight window for each trade to work within. As a result, the plumber has to be organized and prepared so that his time on the jobsite can be maximized. The plumber must work with the cabinetry and countertop supplier to run the plumbing to the tie-in points and then make final connections later. For many of the homes, in-line filters are installed on each hot/cold line after each shutoff valve to eliminate any build-up. In addition, typically a parallel system of water filters are installed on all incoming (non-irrigation) water lines.
Depending on the project, another way PCM differentiates itself is by using PEX tubing. PEX is able to withstand the temperature extremes found in plumbing and heating applications, and is highly resistant to chemicals found in the plumbing environment. Flexible systems are quieter than rigid piping and the smooth interior resists scale buildup and corrosion that can affect long term pipe flow characteristics.