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16 May

How to Protect Your Pipes From Toronto’s Cold Climate

Toronto winters are notorious for being bone-chillingly cold, and we’re used to layering up in our winter gear to tackle it. Obviously, it’s not like we can wrap our pipes in a puffer jacket to keep them from freezing. However, if the necessary steps aren’t taken, you will almost certainly encounter problems with frozen pipes. Read More

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20 Feb

Do Frozen Pipes Thaw on Their Own?

Every time winter rolls around in Mississauga and the first frost makes its appearance, locals must brace themselves for one of the most common cold-weather issues: frozen pipes.  While the concept of frozen water pipes may seem straightforward, it’s a topic that raises a lot of questions. The most frequent of which is: will frozen pipes defrost on their own if left alone? Read More

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6 Dec

How to Avoid Pipe Freezing During Winter Months in Canada

Canadian winters can be harsh, and they present a serious threat to your home’s plumbing. Water expands as it freezes, which can cause your pipes to burst, thus leading to a huge headache and repair bill. The risk is not just contained to where the frozen water is located in the pipes, but can cause damage further down the line. Read More

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10 Feb

What Happens When Your Pipes Freeze?

Winter in Canada is the true test of the durability of your home, especially your pipes. Unfortunately, the pipes in your home can freeze in cold weather. This can leave you with no water (hot or otherwise), or it could cause your pipes to burst, leading to expensive property damage. Take steps to protect your pipes from freezing and learn what to do if they freeze. Read More

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7 Jan

It’s Freezing: How to Get Ahead of Burst and Frozen Pipes This...

As a homeowner, there are a lot of things to think about and take care of in order to keep your abode truly home sweet home. The fact is, it's not just all about the feeling, but also getting all the parts to work. One of the most common horrors that homeowners in Canada deal with is broken or frozen pipes, especially in the winter. Read More

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