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Jul
27
2012

Dealing with Clogged Drains in Your Toronto Home

One of the most common Toronto plumbing problems in most homes is clogged drains. This is something that must not be ignored, or else, you will be faced with bigger problems, especially with the internal structures and on your pipelines. While calling a plumber may be the first thing that will come to your mind [...]

Jun
2
2011

Why Your Toronto Home’s Water Pressure is Important

What makes the water come out of the sinks, bathtubs, or showers in your house? Simple: the water in your house's plumbing is pressurized. If your house follows the standards set in the Uniform Plumbing Code, it will be pressurized to about 50-70 pounds per square inch (PSI). If you don't know your home's water [...]

Mar
15
2011

Toronto Why Your Toilet Isn’t That Great

In the old days, it was somewhat of a rarity to have to drag out the plunger and unclog the toilet. Today, it seems like every third day brings a toilet clog that calls for a little amateur plumbing. Why is that? What happened to the good toilets of old. Well, if you're asking these [...]

Jan
25
2011

Toronto Which Type of Garbage Disposal Is Right for Your Kitchen?

While the first garbage disposal was invented in 1927, it wasn't offered to the general public until 1940. It wasn't until the middle of the 1970s though, that this kitchen appliance became popular in homes across the United States. There are three basic types and each one provides the same end result. Continuous Feed Models [...]

Aug
31
2010

Looking for a Nice Quiet Toronto House? Check the Plumbing

With all the environmental noise in our high-tech Toronto society, it’s little wonder that peace and quiet have become highly prized luxuries. Noise ordinances are regularly sought and passed to control...

Aug
31
2010

Water Pressure – What Is Right For Your Toronto Home

When it comes to water pressure, what one person thinks is adequate might come across as a trickle to another. Because opinions vary widely, it is important to be able to make a determination of the adequacy of water pressure in some definitive way. That is especially true for a working home inspector. If a [...]