Entries Tagged as 'Conserving Water at Home'

10 Signs of a Hidden Plumbing Leak

April 18th, 2013 · No Comments · by

Plumbing leaks are not always obvious, and some can be quite well hidden. This just makes finding them all the more important, because everyday that a leak is building without you knowing, the more damage is being done. Here are some helpful signs that you can keep watch for to signal a possible hidden plumbing […]

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Tags: Basement Waterproofing · Conserving Water at Home · Toronto Plumbers · Waterproofing

Why Your Toilet Sounds Like it’s Flushing

February 20th, 2013 · No Comments · by

Do you ever hear an on and off flushing noise coming from your toilet, even when it’s not in use? If yes, it sounds like the tank might be leaking. This is not good for three reasons. First is that it’s annoying to hear the toilet flush when no one’s using it (as it could […]

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Tags: Conserving Water at Home · Home Plumbing Tips · Plumbing Terminology 101 · Toronto Plumbers

How to Reduce High Water Bills – An Easy Check

November 14th, 2012 · No Comments · by

In today’s world, we all need to be more conscious of our water consumption. As plumbers, we feel it’s our duty to educate people on ways to reduce and conserve their consumption, and also assure that they are not wasting water unknowingly. It’s also because we like saving you money on your water bill, too! […]

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Tags: Conserving Water at Home · Home Plumbing Tips · Plumbing