Four Warning Signs Your Main Sewer Line is Blocked
Few people might know what a main sewer line is: pipes that help transport wastewater from your home to the sewer mains that run underground. Beyond this, most people give little thought to this until a major problem arises, such as a blockage. This can lead to a raw sewage backup coming out of the drains and other damage. Unfortunately, a sewer line blockage is an unseen danger that can cause catastrophic damage to your home. Read More
What Are the Symptoms of a Broken Sewer Line?
A broken sewer line can have a significant impact on your home. Knowing the symptoms of a broken line can offer lasting protection for the years ahead. But how can you diagnose the problem and who do you go to in resolving problems with your sewer line? Our Toronto drain cleaning experts address these questions in our latest post. Read More
Benefits of Sewer Line Camera Inspections
The technology at the disposal of the modern plumbing team is becoming ever more complex. Now, teams can depend on the latest sewer line cameras to complete their repair and installation work, and this has a number of benefits for both the team and for homeowners. Read More
Tips To Prevent Sewer Backup
Sewer backup in your home can quickly become a health and safety hazard, and lead to costly repairs due to water damage. A sewer backup can results from improper drainage or sewer line damage, or from environmental factors, such as heavy rainfall or melting snow. Sewage comes from toilets, sinks and other drains, and can contain a variety of contaminants. Thankfully, there are preventative measures you can take to avoid a sewer backup, or lessen the damage. Read More