Category Faucets

May
8
2017

Eco-Friendly Plumbing Tips

Having running water in your home requires a tremendous amount of energy. These days, environmental issues are becoming increasingly important. Not only is it important for every homeowner to do their part to protect the environment, the efficiency of eco-friendly plumbing can help you save money on utility bills and repairs. Here are a few […]




Apr
12
2017

Outdoor Plumbing Tips for Spring

As the old saying goes, April showers bring May flowers and this year is no exception. Weather forecasters are predicting a wet and rainy spring, which could mean an extra strain on your plumbing system. The exterior of your home in particular may be hit hard by spring downpours. The best way to keep your […]




Jul
18
2012

Don’t Go With the Flow!

Burst pipe plumbing emergencies can strike at any time and catch us unaware. While we wait for our Toronto plumber water leaks out of the pipe and floods the floor at a rapid rate. Aside from wasting gallons of water, split pipes cause costly water related damage to walls, floors and your indoor belongings. Water related plumbing […]




Jun
27
2012

Now, What If I Need a Plumbing Repair?

Designing your Toronto bathroom can be a fun enterprise. People have so much fun putting the major pieces together that they often forget about the little things. These can fall by the wayside and make a bathroom really difficult to enjoy once it’s done. Whatever you do, you need to make sure that you never […]




Jun
13
2012

A Convincing Case For Copper

If you are like the majority of Toronto homeowners, then you probably do not give a second thought to your plumbing.  At least not until something goes terribly wrong.  Conscientious homeowners should realize that there are warning signs that indicate possible plumbing problems.  If your water tastes strange, does not have enough pressure or the […]




Jun
6
2012

Don’t Sweat Sweaty Pipes

Do you have puddles of water on your basement floor due to sweating pipes? If you are inconvenienced (to say the least) by this situation, take heart because you are not alone with this problem. Sweating pipes in the basement is a very common predicament experienced by most Toronto homeowners. The truth is, pipe sweating […]




Apr
25
2012

Tear Down That Wall!

Opening up, modifying, or entirely removing one or more walls is relatively easy but guaranteed to make a mess. In addition, you must patch the floor, walls, and ceiling. Before you remove any wall studs, you must determine whether or not the wall is a bearing wall—part of your Toronto home’s structural system Be aware […]




Mar
7
2012

Why Pick Pex Plastic Plumbing Pipe?

One of the most widely used and cost effective new plumbing solutions to hit the market in decades is pex plumbing. Pex tubing is plastic plumbing pipe that is perfect for residential use. It’s easy to install, cheaper than traditional copper plumbing, and has a great track record when it comes to performance. It is […]




Feb
13
2012

Pipes That Go Bump in the Night

Water flowing in pipes can cause all kinds of weird noises. We all know what water running through a pipe sounds like, but what about some of those other plumbing sounds – like creaks or cracking sounds, rattling, whistling and the most annoying or scary of them all, that loud banging noise? Let’s look at […]




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