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We're Calgary's Plumbers and our mission is to provide the people of Calgary and surrounding areas with the best possible plumbing services!

Why do we call ourselves “Calgary’s Plumbers?” Because we love this city, and we want to be your plumber! Issues with your plumbing can be stressful to deal with. We understand. We believe that calling your plumber should be the easiest part of getting things fixed. That’s why our plumbers are carefully selected for professionalism and trustworthiness. Whether it’s caring for your home as it were our own, or keeping our pricing honest and straightforward, Action Auger takes our motto seriously. Anywhere in or surrounding areas, we have certified professional plumbers waiting to help. Give us a call!


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Plumbing Services

  • Leaky faucets & clogged drains
  • Toilet, shower & bathtub repairs
  • Furnace cleaning & repair
  • Furnace installation
  • Sump pumps
  • Hot water tanks & heaters
  • Tankless hot water heaters
  • Trenchless pipe repair
  • Sewer camera inspection

What our Customers Say

Doris Bowness (Calgary, Alberta)

"Lee and Jeff did a great job, they repaired the furnace in little time, they made sure everything in the house was updated, repaired toilet that was not flushing right."

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Yes, we service your area!

Anywhere in Calgary or surrounding areas, we have certified professional plumbers waiting to help. This includes Calgary, Airdrie, Okotoks, Strathmore, Cochrane, Crossfield, Carstairs, Olds, Three Hills, Brooks and Taber. Give us a call!

What Sump Pumps Do

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A sump pump – as implied by its name – is a mechanical pump mechanism installed in a building’s basement that pumps water away from the home to prevent or mitigate water damage. The pumped out water is usually directed into a dry well, the city’s storm drains, or another safe location. Some older homes may have their sump pumps directed into the sanitary sewer, but due to potentially overburdening water sanitation systems, this is no longer considered best practice, and may even be against the law depending on your municipality. It is important to be aware of the configuration of your sump pump and all applicable bylaws.

If you are wondering if you need a sump pump, the first thing to check is your municipality’s code. Some towns or cities may actually require a sump pump installed in all homes, while others may require it depending on the location of your home. In some areas there may be tax incentives to assist you in obtaining one.

If a sump pump is not required where you live, but you suspect you may need one, it is best to consult with a professional who can tell you about the water table level at your property and what the best practices are for your area.

Some signs that may indicate you need a sump pump include visible cracking in your home’s foundation, dampness or a musty odour coming from your basement, or mould growth.

If you decide to get a sump pump installed, or are considering getting your current pump replaced or upgraded, it is wise to ensure it has been installed with some form of backup in the even of a power outage during a disaster. We at Action Auger are sump pump experts. One of our technicians would be happy to help you install, repair, or replace your home’s sump pump.


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