Plumbing

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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
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 [...]

May
31
2012

A Blog About A Clog in Toronto

Clogged drains are a common Toronto home plumbing issue, occurring when hair, waste, or food products-depending on the use of the drain-get stuck in the pipe, stopping water or waste from draining. You can deal with some clogs on your own, but for serious issues, you may need to call in a professional Toronto plumber. [...]

Apr
18
2012

Old Greywater, Keep on Rolling!

Are you tired of costly septic system maintenance? Are you looking for ways to economize your Toronto household budget, better protect the environment and reduce septic system load? A greywater system is your answer. This is cutting-edge technology designed to safely recycle water from inside your Toronto home for reuse outside the home, taking pressure [...]

Apr
11
2012

Look! I Did It Myself!

Are you the type of homeowner who thinks he can fix anything and everything? Do you make it a habit of repairing any plumbing mishaps in your Toronto home? If so, and you don’t know what you are doing, you may end up causing thousands of dollars in damage before you know what hit you. [...]

Apr
2
2012

Conserve H2O, Save $$ With Dual Flush

Dual flush toilets are exactly what they claim to be: toilets that give you the option to choose from two different flushes. Why? Because, to put it plainly, it doesn't take as much water to send number one packing as it does to get rid of number two. By purchasing a toilet with both a [...]

Mar
21
2012

A French Drain May be the Just the Reme′de

Excess water in your Toronto yard can be a pain. Having your basement flood every time you get a heavy rain can be even worse. Inadequate yard draining can keep you from your chores, from enjoying your lawn, or it can even wear away your Toronto home's foundation, causing structural damage. These problems may seem [...]

Mar
14
2012

Nothing Silly About Plumber’s Putty

Plumber’s putty is a substance used to make watertight seals between pipes and countertops. It will remain soft for a long while after it is used. This characteristic makes plumber's putty ideal for seals you will need to reverse. Because it does stay soft for such an extended amount of time, you shouldn't use plumber’s [...]

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