Plumbing Services in Pickering include:
Protect your Pickering home from mother nature with RepairCare. Household waterproofing and flood protection will protect your home from the effects of a flood, and save you thousands of dollars in the cost of damages otherwise.
Checking key parts of your Pickering home plumbing can help you stay ahead of potential issues or repairs even before they occur and cause damage. An inspection checks your pipes, drains, toilets and fixtures, helping keep your home’s plumbing in top shape.
Sewer backups are the caused by blockages from drain line corrosion, tree roots, improper disposal of grease products, and excess water following a heavy rainfall or flood that leads to sewage flowing out of Pickering city sewer lines and into homes through drain pipes.
Unclogging the sewer line isn’t a simple fix that you should do yourself using cheap chemical draining liquids. The chemicals can damage the pipes which could lead to a bigger disaster in your home, and more expensive repairs
Only a licensed plumber will know how to effectively remove the clog or blockage from your pipes and sewer line. Trying to do it yourself can cause more damage, which will cost you more in the end. If you’ve got a backed up sewer, it’s important to get help right away, let RepairCare help!
Damaged pipes, worn out hardware or a shoddy connection could all result in leaks and can cause significant damage if not dealt with immediately.
Homeowners in Pickering should keep an eye out for leaky fixtures, like faucets and shower heads can change from a pesky leak to major pipe failure.
These are some of the most common types of leaks:
Coming home to clogged drains is never any good. If you find water building up around any of the drains in your Pickering home and not draining as quickly as it’s supposed to, it is likely you have a clog. RepairCare can send a qualified and licensed plumber to inspect and fix any clogged drains you may be facing.
The most common types of clogs include:
Hair Clogs: Some of your hair inevitably goes down the shower drain, and it can easily get stuck especially if you have long or thick hair.Your shower drain is clogged if the water is taking much longer to drain than normal, or if while showering you notice a significant amount of pooling, instead of draining. Getting rid of a hair clog can be simple enough, but it should be taken care of ASAP as it can damage the pipes and result in a leak, which can be very expensive to fix, compared to a simple hair clog removal.
Garbage Clogs: Don’t throw all your garbage down the garbage disposal! Grease, oil, bones, twist ties, paper, napkins, cigarette butts etc, shouldn’t be thrown down the garbage disposal. They the damage the drains, and they can turn into sludge, which will result in a clog.
Toilets Clogged: There’s only two things that you should be flushing down the toilet: human waste and a reasonable amount of toilet paper. Paper towels, napkins, and feminine hygiene products aren’t meant to be thrown there. A toilet’s plumbing isn’t designed to push those items through, and they will cause clogs if flushed.
If you see water pooling around any of the drains in your home and not flowing through or draining quickly like it’s supposed to, you’re dealing with a clogged drain. RepairCare can send a qualified and licensed plumber to inspect and fix any clogged drains you may be facing.