Are Water Barrels Making a Comeback?
Considering that an inch of rain dumps 500 gallons on the roof of a typical 2,000-square-foot house, it’s possible in most parts of the country to collect more than enough runoff for basic landscape irrigation needs
Chris Gray’s Favourite Drainage & Rain Management Tips
“It rains a lot in the British Columbia.” That’s Chris Gray, the owner and chief design guru here at Pump and Power. While... Learn More
The Ultimate Form of Recycling: Rainwater Harvesting
Save money on your water bill with rainwater harvesting
We All Love Our Planet. But Still, Why Should We Conserve Water?
It’s the most important time of the year! No, not Christmas or back to school – Valentine’s Day is right around the... Learn More
Why You Need A WaterJet Drain Cleaning in Your Life
Sludge and Iron Oxide. A drainage killer.
2 Inside & Outside Ways to Avoid Water in Your Basement
It’s darn near mid August and you know what that means. Hockey season is right around the corner. You know what other... Learn More
3 Dangerous & Potentially Expensive Drainage Problems
Surface water, plugged drains and gutters can cause long term problems if not dealt with.
6 Inexpensive Yard Elements to Control Stormwater Runoff
Global Warming!! Fortunately for homeowners in the entire Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island, instead of white walkers and exploitative violence, we’re only... Learn More