DS Plumbing, a Canadian owned and operated business, was created with the idea that everyone expects and deserves quality service.
Since 2004, DS Plumbing’s commitment to quality workmanship and customer care to Ottawa residents has been evident in the number of referrals and repeat visits from our customers. More than 70 percent of our current work comes from customers who call us back to do additional work or generously refer us to friends and family.
DS Plumbing is honoured to be a part of the BBB since 2005; we feel this association assures our current and potential customers our commitment to quality and professional work.
DS Plumbing is a family-run business owned by Wendy and Dave Smythe. Dave has been in a skilled trade since 1990 and received top marks in college studies; he also achieved a Bronze medal at the Provincial Skills competition in 2002.
Apart from being a fully-licensed plumber, Dave is a certified home inspector, a qualified gas technician and certified for backflow installation testing and repair.
DS Plumbing prides itself on taking care of all our customers’ needs from the time we receive a call through to completion of the work and beyond. When you contact us to make an appointment, we will make every effort to accommodate your scheduling needs, and see you as soon as we can.
If you are looking for a plumbing company who has a sincere and professional manner, look no further! Call our office for an appointment.
The logo was designed by the owners, Wendy and David Smythe. Their vision was to produce a design that is friendly, professional and understandable.
Most people would associate plumbing with a toilet, and the toilet became the starting point. As the part of the toilet designed to retain water in the bowl is called an S trap, the idea of incorporating the initials “DS” into the logo developed. A small amount of artistic license turned the toilet tank into the letter “D” and the S trap became an “S.”
Inspired by their love of animals and having owned a few, Dave and Wendy figured incorporating a pet into the logo was a good idea. The curious cat in the logo is there to see what has caused the puddle on the floor.