DONT DRINK THE WATER TODAY!
So, we had another power outage today... that's the second time this week. I waited for a while after the electricity came back on, and I tried running some water for a bath. It came out YELLOW with TONS OF RESIDUE. I had to scrub my tub like you wouldn't believe because of al the deposits. You might not notice how bad it is if the water is in small quantities, but when it pools up (like in a tub) you can tell how coloured it is. Then when you drain it, you get tons of deposits left over, which then stick to your tub and make your life hell.
I talked to security and was told that it's due to the building being new and stuff being in the pipes still, and something about how the pumps don't work during the outages. I still don't really get where all this residue is coming from... but apparently people had their faucets clogged from it on normal days. It's so gross.... I hope none of it gets through into our drinking water!
I'm trying to attach some pics for you guys to see this splendid water we have... View attachment 27656View attachment 27657
I guess the higher the floor, the more problems. So glad we paid $1k per floor... not.Hi Ancea,
We're on the high 20's. The hot water was yellow but less drastic than what you showed in your picture. The building has a lot of growing pain to overcome.
BTW, how is the workmanship around your bathtub? The caulking around our tub was unevenly applied. It has a lot of gaps that will allow water seeping into behind the tub causing damage in the long run. The quality control was very lacking in our unit.
Did you try Comwave? I intend on using them on tower 3 in August. They use Rogers techs to install Comwave plans.Hi neighbors!
Before moving into this condo, our ISP was Teksavvy. I was told by them and Start Communication that 70 Forest Manor can only be serviced by Bell or Rogers. Does any one at 70 forest manor have any luck using an ISP other than Bell or Rogers?
Did you try Comwave? I intend on using them on tower 3 in August. They use Rogers techs to install Comwave plans.