Plumbing Tips for a Disaster Free Holiday

Plumbing Tips for a Disaster Free Holiday

It’s the holiday season with family and friends getting together, and most homeowners are likely to forget about their plumbing system’s preventive care. The increased workload on the plumbing system often results during the holiday season while everyone is busy with...
Top 6 Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions

Top 6 Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions

As a homeowner, you need your plumbing to work effectively and all the time. If your plumbing stops working, it could cause serious problems throughout your home. We have answered the top questions we get asked from customers below, but if you have other...
6 Reasons Drain Cleaning is Important

6 Reasons Drain Cleaning is Important

Drain cleaning is not likely something you think about regularly. However, ignoring the causes of a clogged drain means ignoring the potential consequences, which can be far greater than an inconvenience. Here are six reasons drain cleaning is essential, and things...
5 Questions You Should Ask a Prospective Plumber

5 Questions You Should Ask a Prospective Plumber

While no one wants to deal with a plumbing emergency, it is almost inevitable that you will be faced with a burst pipe, a blocked drain, or an overflowing toilet at some point. Fortunately, when a plumbing emergency arises, having an experienced plumber by your side...
How a Gravity Toilet Works

How a Gravity Toilet Works

When a properly functioning toilet is sitting undisturbed, the water in the tank keeps the float held aloft. In this position, the ballcock (or fill valve) is held closed, preventing more water from entering the tank from the plumbing supply. Meanwhile, the flapper...
How Not to Need a Plumber: Water Heater Maintenance

How Not to Need a Plumber: Water Heater Maintenance

The temperature and pressure relief valve is critical to the safety and proper operation of your water heater. It’s a simple but important valve and should be checked once a year. The T&P relief valve is located either on the top of the water heater in the centre...