July 2012 | Priority Plumbing

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Month: July 2012

Fixing an Aerator: So Simple Even a … Well – You Know…

A kitchen faucet aerator helps reduce the water flow thus conserving water. Most plumbing fixtures come equipped with this useful device so most likely yours do too. Aside from conserving water, this device also keeps the water coming out of the spout from splashing all over. As time passes, this part of the fixture gets …

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It’s No Wonder Some Plumber’s Pants Sag!

Plumbing is a professional trade and it is vital that your Toronto plumber has the correct tools of the plumbing trade to be able to do a variety of different jobs, from plumbing installations to maintenance work. Ideally they should use tools that are manufactured specifically for the trade.  When assembling a plumbing tool kit, plumbers will consider all …

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If Your Plumbing is Louder Than Your Kids…

To diagnose noisy plumbing in your Toronto home, it is important to determine first whether the unwanted sounds occur on the system’s inlet side-in other words, when water is turned on-or on the drain side. Noises on the inlet side of plumbing have varied causes: excessive water pressure, worn valve and faucet parts, improperly connected …

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