The towns of Midland and Penetanguishene have so much going on! The rich history of Sainte-Marie Among The Hurons, the Martyr’s Shrine and Discovery Harbour as well as the delicious annual Butter tart Festival make for a busy area. As well as Midland and Penetanguishene, the communities of Wyebridge, Perkinsfield, Port McNicoll, Waubaushene, Coldwater, and Honey Harbour are also in our service area.
Owner Marc Benoit started Plumbtech in 1986. And, ever since, he and his staff have been helping customers in the Midland and Penetanguishene area with their plumbing needs all while building a reputation for reliable, quality service to homes and businesses in the region.
Did you know that our trucks are always fully stocked with a wide range of parts and fixtures ready to fix your plumbing? And, that we offer 24 Hour Emergency service?
And, we have the best people! From our friendly and helpful service coordinators, estimator to our highly skilled plumbers – all ready to help you!
As well as providing plumbing service and repair to homes, we are fully trained to provide plumbing services to commercial buildings, condos and restaurants.
• Grease, coffee grinds, and food should never go down your sink drain
• Mesh screens for your drains will catch all food particles from the kitchen sink or, in the shower, hair that would otherwise go down the drain.
• Brushing your hair before showering reduces the amount of hair going down the drain
• Your toilet is not the garbage! Never throw tissues, wipes, napkins, diapers, or hygiene products in your toilet
• Regularly run hot water through your pipes to dislodge any buildup of grease and hair
• If you have small children, make sure they don’t throw toys down the toilet
• Call Plumbtech for a scheduled drain cleaning
Burst pipes, flood, pump malfunction? – no problem. Plumbtech Plumbing Inc. offers a 24 hour emergency service. Call us at 705-722-7209 and your call will promptly be returned by one of our skilled plumbers who will resolve your plumbing emergency.
Ontario will be in a State of Emergency, effective 12:01 am January 14, 2021.