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Feb 25, 2016

Mild winters have a tendency to be enjoyed by many. However, let's face it, when the temperatures are seasonally above average it is not normal and having mild weather comes at a cost to nature and possibly to your household plumbing as well...Read More


What Is a Sump Pump and How Often Do You Need to Check It?

Oct 20, 2015

Whether it is from a serious storm, melting snow or some other reason, having water accumulate in your basement is never any fun. Sometimes, freak occurrences happen and there is nothing you can do, but if you live in an area where natural drainage is an issue, then a sump pump may be the answer...Read more


Plumbing Issues In Richmond Hill

Sep 17, 2015

Your Richmond Hill home is susceptible to some common plumbing problems. It doesn’t matter if yours is a fairly new construction or a vintage century home, trouble with your pipes can strike when you least expect it. For that reason, having the number of a trusted Richmond Hill plumbing...Read more


Tips For Keeping Your Plumbing System In Good Working Order

Sep 14, 2015

Faucets and sinks are fixtures that are used everyday, and while they are quite durable, it’s important to keep an eye on them. If you have just one faucet that drips 10 times per minute in your home, you’ll be wasting more than 1300 liters of water over...Read more


Different Ways Canadian Weather Affects Plumbing

Aug 26, 2015

Your plumbing system is a complex maze of pipes, fixtures and equipment that makes it possible for you to bathe, wash clothes and dishes, cook, drink water and use the bathroom whenever you like. Anytime this system is damaged or out of balance, it affects your household in some way. Our...Read more


Common Warm Weather Plumbing Issues

Aug 21, 2015

If you live in a country like Canada that experiences four seasons and fluctuating temperatures, you’re likely to encounter plumbing issues that are specific to the season. During the warm weather months of spring and summer, you will see plumbing issues that you won’t see when the temperatures...Read more


What to Do If Your Bathroom Smells Like a Sewer

Aug 18, 2015

Unpleasant odours in the bathroom aren’t too unusual, but the smell of sewage when no one has even been in there is cause for concern. Not only is the smell tough to handle, but there is obviously a reason it is happening, and you may need to take quick action to correct it...Read More


Plumbing Issues Caused By Heavy Rain

Aug 4, 2015

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Common Plumbing Issues in High Park

Jul 28, 2015

Plumbing issues in High Park are a fact of life, whether you want to admit it or not. They have a way of sneaking up on you and catching you off guard, which is why aligning yourself with a high quality High Park plumber is such a good idea. Some of the more common High Park plumbing issues...Read more


How to Find the Cause of Low Water Pressure

Jul 23, 2015

If you notice a loss of water pressure in your home, chances are a plumbing problem is the culprit. Naturally, you’ll want to find the cause, so you can hopefully get it working properly as soon as possible. There’s nothing quite as frustrating as trying to rinse shampoo out of your hair or wash...Read more


Tips for Preventing Sewer Backup

Jul 20, 2015

When the overall volume of sewage and water that flows into a sewer system exceeds the sewer’s capacity, you will have what is known as sewer backup. The sewer water will flow back into your home through various drain pipes, causing a terrible mess and potential health hazard...Read more


What to Do If Your Sewer Drain Backs Up

Jul 16, 2015

Quick action is usually required if your sewer drain backs up into your house for any reason. When you consider the possible contents, you definitely want to minimize the flow and get it sorted out in a timely fashion. Seeing household wastewater emptying into your living space can be unsettling...Read more


5 Signs You May Have a Bathroom Leak

Jul 14, 2015

Virtually every activity that takes place inside your bathroom requires water. Toilets, faucets, bathtubs, showers and sinks all hold, dispense or process water, and the possibility for a bathroom water leak is always present. Aging fixtures, damaged pipes and broken seals are just a few of the...Read more


Reasons to Use Your Home’s Main Water Shut Off

Jul 7, 2015

Among the many valves and switches in your home, is the main water shut off valve. This is the valve that is responsible for shutting off the water supply to the entire house. One good clockwise turn, and you won’t be able to access water from any appliance or faucet throughout the house. There...Read more


When to Call a Plumber

Jul 7, 2015

One of the trickier household plumbing decisions homeowners face is whether to try the DIY approach or call a professional to get the job done. For some people, it’s always tempting to give it a go to try and save some money, but there are certain plumbing issues that call for a professional...Read more


Frozen Water Pipes, a Cold Weather Guide to Keeping your Water Flowing

Mar 16, 2015

During these cold winter months, we at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Toronto ON respond to a number of service calls where our customers are without water due to a frozen water pipe. A frozen section of water pipe can affect a single plumbing fixture like a faucet, or it could stop the water flow for...Read more


Saving Water Can Keep Your Wallet Green

Jan 19, 2015

Have you ever thought about where your water comes from when you turn your tap on or where your water goes...Read more


The CALM before the Storm

Jan 18, 2015

We remember life’s events by seasons, where we were, how we felt, fragrance, what was playing on the radio or other sensory parallels. Our kids will forever remember the Toronto flood of July 8, 2013 as a catastrophic event that happened just as they began their “summer vacation” from school....Read more


Bring Your Septic Bed Back To Life

Jan 15, 2015

Summer nights bring with them the fresh fragrance of the gardens in full bloom mingled with that wholesome smell of cut grass. Ahhh, country living…a lifestyle you chose...Read more


Is Your Home at Risk for Flood?

Jan 14, 2015

The Insurance Industry of Canada has stated that, “flood has overtaken fire as the highest claim catastrophic event” and insurance...Read more


Summer Has Arrived...Are You Ready?

Jan 13, 2015

Basement flooding is quite common in many parts of Canada. Most municipalities are doing their best to re-engineer and retro-fit degrading infrastructures, but the complex system of underground pipes, sewers and catch-basins are, in many cases, decades old. Improvements alone cannot completely...Read more

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