Need Cottage Plumbing Services?
Do you have a plumbing emergency at your cottage? No need to panic! Our team of experts are on call 24/7, 365 days a year including holidays.
We will respond to your emergency quickly. Upon assessing your plumbing emergency and providing you with the cost to repair it, no hidden or additional fees will be levied against you. We will always provide you with more than one repair recommendation so you can decide which is best for you and your budget.
Have a plumbing emergency?
Our plumbing services for your cottage include the following:
- Cottage opening and closing plumbing services
- Inside and outside cottage plumbing services
- Water purification, sterilization, and filtration systems
- Above ground and underground water pipes
- Water pumps, sewage lines, septic tanks
- Heating lines for winter water supplies
“In the spring, when water start up at the cottage became a problem, Harris Plumbing and their friendly trained professionals came to the rescue to solve the problem.” – Doug in Severn
“I have been using Harris Plumbing for a number of years at our Muskoka cottage. The Harris team provides excellent service.” – Michael in Gravenhurst
“We were really impressed with the response time and service provided by Harris Plumbing! Opening the cottage each Spring often results in NOT nice surprises. This year we discovered that the pressure tank sprung a leak. Not a REAL surprise as it was here when we bought the cottage in ’87. However we had a cottage full of folks and were really counting on having running water. We called Harris Plumbing 12:45 PM on a Saturday after failed attempts at other companies. Surprise, someone answered and told me they could handle the job and that a plumber would be at the cottage between 3 and 5. Nick arrived during that time frame. When he was completed he explained what he had done and answered a myriad of questions AND we had running water. Bottom line: we were impressed with the quick response, quality of the work and Nick’s demeanour. WELL DONE!!!” – Rod Mac