Call A Toronto Plumber for Plumbing and Drain Services

A bathroom contains lots of plumbing hook-ups. Between the toilet, the sink, and the shower or bathtub, there are multiple cold & hot water lines, as well as multiple drain lines. It’s always a good idea to have a real Toronto plumber (like the pros from www.absolutedp.com) work on your bathroom plumbing. You don’t want back-flow issues causing waste from the toilet to come up through your shower’s drain. A blocked drain in any of these areas could quickly become an emergency situation.

Whether or not you decide to do it yourself or go the safer router of hiring a professional, you should read a bit more to discover some basics of drain pipes. The curved bottom part of the pipe is the “trap”. This section traps water in the line, forming a seal that keeps sewer gases from invading your home. These lines can get blocked up with foreign objects such as hair, grease, or tissue.  In these cases, you may need professional help from a plumbing service. They can snake out the drains, clearing blockages, and then use a hydro-jetting system to blast out the pipes with pressurized water. A service like this ensures that your pipes won’t just clog again a couple weeks down the road, and work like new.

Another thing a professional Toronto plumber can offer you is a CCTV drain inspection. Utilizing a specialized “snake” with a camera on the end, they can get deep into your pipes to analyze your draining situation first-hand. They can even save the footage to a disc to be analyzed later. CCTV inspections can show you clogged or weak pipes, as well as intrusions. Depending on the size of the system, permanent CCTV cameras can be installed into the pipes for constant monitoring. Many industrial systems that process lots of water employ such devices.

Most contractors offer many different plumbing services, not just drain services. They can help you install a new hot water heater, hook-up your refrigerator’s ice-maker, run pipes, set-up drains to keep your basement from flooding, or even install a toilet. Nowadays the plumbing field is a technically rich field, with many tools at their disposal. No longer can a guy with a pipe wrench get away with running a business. Technology is changing, and plumbing is changing right along with it.

Repairs and Retrofits

Repairs and retrofits can lower your water usage, and should be considered by any homeowner. Employing simple devices such as toilet dams and tank bags, the total water usage of each flush cycle can be reduced by as much as 50 percent! Installing ultra-low-volume toilets and shower-heads can reduce your water usage even further, saving you a ton of money each year. Repairing simple leaks can save over a thousand litres of water per year.

Preventive maintenance can solve most problems before they even occur. You can schedule such maintenance with your service to be done monthly, bi-monthly, or annually. A complete inspection will catch issues before they escalate into full-blown emergencies and save you a lot of repair money and frustration in the future. If you’ve ever had a pressure valve on a water heater fail, or a simple leak turn into flooding, you’ll understand the importance of regular inspections. It’s always better to take a pro-active approach in these hard economic times.


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