High Mark Plumbing would like to share examples of the value of good plumbing in Coquitlam and around the world with our customers, friends and neighbors. Good plumbing is part of the process of bringing, clean safe water to populations.
The ancient Romans built aqueducts to bring fresh water out of the mountains to Rome, and to other Roman cities. They created public baths that not only served help the population stay clean, but also functioned as a social gathering place. But awareness of the processes needed to keep water clean and potable would not prevail until the late 1800s. In 1848, the English develop the first Public Health Code aimed at sanitation. The United States would publish its first Public Health code twenty years later. In 1933, there was an outbreak of amoebic dysentery at the Chicago World’s Fair, underlining the need for good plumbing and sanitation practices anywhere. A modern plumbing problem is being met in Las Vegas, as piping form Lake Meade is being reorganized to meet the challenge of a fifteen-year drought – in an area that only gets about four inches of rainfall in a good season. So often we don’t think about the miracle of water clean, potable water that comes directly to our sinks.
High Mark Plumbing can help with your plumbing in Coquitlam, just give us a call at (604)945-6060, and we’ll help keep that good, clear water connected to your sink. Good water delivered through modern pipes, and waste taken away using methods that keep from contaminating the drinking water is an important part of modern plumbing. Our plumbers are ready to help you to keep your water supply safe and convenient.