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Should You Get Your Drains Professionally Cleaned?

In a word, absolutely! In fact, many professional sewer contractors recommend having your drains cleaned every two years or so (and possibly more often if you have an older home).  Your drains are a crucial part of your home’s plumbing system. They carry everything...

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Buying a New Home? Here’s Why You Need a Sewer Inspection

For most people who are considering buying a home, getting a home inspection before sealing the deal is a no-brainer. You want to make sure the major parts of the house you want to buy—from its foundation to its electrical and plumbing systems—are all in good shape...

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Four Good Reasons to Get Regular Sewer Inspections

Getting your sewer system checked and cleaned regularly could really be worth your while. Since sewer lines are underground and out of sight, chances are you won’t spot a problem unless it’s too late. And, as far as problems within your home go, a sewer problem...

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Our COVID-19 Safety Protocol

Dear IVIS Construction Inc. valued customers, At IVIS Construction we encourage safe servicing, social distancing, and we are working diligently to ensure the good health of every employee and customer that is in need of our continued services. If you’ve spoken with...

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COVID-19/Coronavirus Update

COVID-19/Coronavirus Update

COVID-19/Coronavirus Update At Ivis Inc. our top priority is the health, safety and well-being of our employees and the community. At this time, we are following the lead of Alberta Health Services  ahs.ca/covid While the Alberta Health Services has assessed the...

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Sewer Line VS (potable) Waterline

The plumbing in a house is designed to fulfill a wide variety of uses, utilizing a foray of pipes, valves, and tubing to get the job down. The two that most people are more aware of are the waterline and the sewer line. What most people aren’t aware of is that while...

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The Benefits of Choosing CIPP

Underneath our homes, beneath our cities, and all over our country run an underground network of pipes and waterways that do everything from delivering us healthy drinking water to disposing of our sewage and waste. Due to reasons like the passage of time, the movement of weather, and the effects of erosion, the fact remains that Wastewater systems and infrastructures age. In large cities like Edmonton, where hundreds of thousands rely on local frameworks to ensure a basic quality of life, it’s integral that aging infrastructure is repaired in an expedient and efficient manner. […]

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