Plumbing systems are a key part of every home. They supply potable water, secure water drainage and also dispose of sewage.

As such, real estate inspectors are constantly on the lookout for a property’s plumbing system to ensure that it complies with all regulations and codes. For this reason, a plumber Vaughan is highly recommended to handle these issues quickly and effectively.

Toilet Maintenance

Toilet maintenance is a must for any homeowner. Without it, they will have to deal with clogs and other issues that can cause significant damage to their plumbing.

The first thing homeowners must do is clean their toilets regularly. This helps to avoid clogs in the bowl and under the rim.

Next, they should test the shut-off valve. Located under or behind the toilet, this valve cuts off the water supply if it fails to turn easily.

Another important component to check is the fill valve, which is inside of the tank. If it continues to dispense water when the tank is full, it’s time to consider repairs or replacements.

Stubborn clogs can be resolved with plungers and snakes at home, but there are some that need professional help. When this happens, Vaughan Plumber is here to help. They have the tools to remove clogs without damaging the toilet or pipe system. They also know how to find leaks before they cause serious problems.

Clogged Drains & Sewers

Clogged drains and sewers can cause a number of problems that can affect your day-to-day life. Whether it’s an odour in your sink, slow drainage or waste water backing up, the problem can be annoying and disruptive to your routine.

Fortunately, Vaughan plumbers can help you get rid of clogged drains and sewers quickly and efficiently. We can use the latest tools like snaking and hydro-jetting to remove clogs and clean your pipes.

Home remedies can also help you remove a clog, but they are rarely as effective or efficient as the professional drain cleaning services we offer. For example, pouring a mixture of baking soda and vinegar down the drain may dislodge clogs.

A clog within your property’s sewer line can be an indicator of an expensive and potentially dangerous plumbing issue that needs to be addressed before it causes more damage. The sooner waste water can flush out of your pipes, the less chance of a clog occurring and the longer your sewer pipe will last.

Pipe Leaks

One of the most common plumbing issues facing homeowners is a leaky pipe. These can be nearly invisible but can cause a major water bill and damage to the home if not addressed promptly.

Aside from water leaks, Vaughan Plumber can also offer other plumbing services like clogged drains and sewers, hot water heater repairs, boiler replacements and oil to gas conversions. Our licensed and insured professionals are always available to address your plumbing needs.

Unlike most residential plumbers, we offer emergency services for our commercial clients, making us the ideal choice for businesses of any size. Our team of experts is staffed around the clock to help you with any and all your plumbing needs. Call us today for more information or to book an appointment. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to answer any of your questions. The best way to keep your plumbing system running smoothly is to have it regularly serviced and maintained by a professional.

Dripping Faucets

A leaking faucet can be a major headache. Not only is it annoying and a distraction, but it also adds to the water bill and causes water damage.

A typical faucet has two handles that control hot and cold water flow, which is regulated by the valve top. A leaking faucet happens when the plumbing washer that forms the seal around the tap is damaged. It may rip or dislodge, stiffen up, or be contaminated with limescale.

Another common reason for a leaky faucet is the valve seat becoming worn or corroded. This occurs when the hardness of the water from your plumbing system corrodes the valve seat.

If you notice that the water in your sink is dripping, call a plumber to have it repaired quickly and effectively. Having this problem fixed before it gets worse is a smart financial decision, as you will avoid the costs associated with a more extensive repair. This is especially true if the leak is affecting multiple faucets.