water pressure

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Dec
13
2011

Under Pressure (Or Lack Thereof) in Toronto

Sep
21
2011

Call a Plumber For Low Water Pressure In Toronto

Low water pressure is a problem that can affect many Toronto homes. If a home is out in the country and off the city sewer system, the most common cause is a problem with the pump that brings water into the home. Replacing the pump is the most common solution to this problem. Sometimes the [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]