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Jul
9
2012

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 [...]

Jul
5
2012

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 [...]

Jul
2
2012

Honey, Is That You – or Do We Have a Plumbing Problem?

Plumbing system odors are annoying to say the least, but the worst part is that these are usually a sign of a bigger problem lurking within your plumbing system. If you have any strange odors in your Toronto home emanating for your plumbing fixtures or if you just think that they are, call your Toronto  [...]

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
25
2012

What Do You Do With a Broken Dip Tube?

Curved Dip Tubes The curved dip tube was invented to help keep sediment under control. The bottom end of the tube is curved to allow a swirling motion around the bottom of  your  water heater. New sediment cannot form because it is always in motion in swirling water. You may always add a curved dip [...]

Jun
20
2012

Disposals: Continuous or Batch-Feed?

While a garbage disposal may not be the star fixture in your Toronto kitchen, such as a large, stainless steel refrigerator, it just might be its unsung hero. Disposals provide a great deal of convenience when cleaning up after a meal, and if you have ever cleaned up in a kitchen that doesn't have one, [...]

Jun
18
2012

No Claptrap – Just the Straight Rap on Plumbing Traps

What is a Trap? Draining sewage and waste out of your Toronto home or office can get smelly. That's because fumes from gases like methane, nitrogen, hydrogen sulfide and carbon monoxide are a by-product of wastes. The job of a plumbing trap is to keep these gases (and their odors), and also small vermin, from [...]

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
11
2012

Pick the Perfect Plumber in Toronto

Finding a good plumber to help with your renovations or new construction isn't just about finding the best price available in Toronto. In fact, there are many different things that one should consider before taking on any plumbing contractor, but by sticking to a few tips and using common sense, you can protect both your property [...]

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 [...]

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