TD&P installed an alarmed back flow preventer in my home in summer 2015. The price was reasonable, the company saw to the city building permit and inspection (which got me a rebate) and the work was done expeditiously, efficiently, and cleanly,
I live in a Victorian house in downtown Toronto on a non-street in which 13 houses are connected to a private sewer line (ca. 1904, clay drain pipes) which runs behind our houses and connects to the city sewer at the end of the lane. There is also a city sewer line installed in 1982 to which no one connected because of expense. The 1904 drain is succumbing to age, weight, tree roots and is becoming blocked and broken. By late November 2015, three houses 'downstream' from my own had problems which were causing back flow 'upstream'; these included blocked drains from tree roots so dense they could no longer be snaked out, silted up portions of the drain, and broken sections of the drain. On my recommendation, all three owners finally used Toronto Drain and Plumbing. They did excellent work: offering prices the homeowners were satisfied with, coordinating with the city (about 3 feet of the drain ran under a city 'lane'), dealing with inspectors in a situation in which the recommended grade for drainpipes could not be met etc. I especially appreciated Slavic's willingness to call again, in a friendly way, the neighbour who did not want to do work that would cost him but would benefit his neighbours; the recalcitrant person did the work as a consequence of the call.
Because the neighbour whom Slavic finally persuaded to replace the drain (his apple tree roots were blocking it) was so reluctant to move forward, I decided to hook up to the city sewer. Again, TD&P was reasonable and helpful. The price was competitive. And Slavic gave me very good advice about how to move the city of Toronto along on approving and doing their work for a sewer connection (it was done within 3 weeks of my application). The work was completed on the last evening before the blizzard that signalled freeze-up; TD&P has come in today to deal with the subsidence issues in the garden that were the result of the weather. Though I had paid in full in January, I did not need to nag to get them back to complete the clean-up.
I am very satisfied with this work.