CDC Company Profile
Canadian Design and Construction Inc. (CDC) has come to specialize in renovating and refurbishing condominium units in addition to our general home and commercial contractor business. We are members of ACMO and CCI Toronto, we have a deep understanding of the condominium community and its unique procedures and environment. We are located in the heart of Mississauga, where condominium living is concentrated.
The CDC team is composed of an Architect, Site Manager, Designer, and contractors, including Certified Licensed Plumbers. We carry a 5 million dollar Liability Insurance Policy and are WSIB registered and compliant.
CDC plumbers are also engineer-certified in the installation of Upenor “Aqua-Pex” replacement pipe. Removal of existing Kitec plumbing under supervision of certified plumber and all new connections of Pex piping will be made only by certified plumbers trained by Upenor manufacturer.
CDC works with Condominium Boards, Project Managers and approved Engineers to ensure Manufacture-certified installation of Uponor PEX plumbibg system, and disconnection of Kitec piping and fittings in each unit, swiftly and effectively restoring the units and leaving them in as good or better condition than originally. Navigating the decision-making and consensus-building process can be complex, and that is where expertise in the condominium structure is a major asset.
Why work with CDC Pros?
When you work with us, you are in the hands of seasoned experts; not only in the area of pipe retrofitting, but in all aspects of renovation, from structural builds to quality finishing and exceptional customer care.
Other pipe re-fitters or plumbers might adequately replace the piping, however you might end up with the following scenarios:
- Bare minimum job done
- Uneven paint job as the contractor may only paint the drywall patch
- Lack of familiarity with board approvals process
- Plumbers who are not certified for replacement for the approved Uponor PEX crosslinked polyethylene, or PEX pipe and ProPEX fittings