What You Need to Know About Trenchless Drain Replacement in Toronto

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Damage to the main sewage line can affect the entire plumbing system of your property, which is why it needs to be addressed immediately. At  Dr.Pipe Drain and Plumbing Services, we offer trenchless drain replacement in Toronto and can make sure your plumbing system is right as rain once again. As the sewage line is [...]

Fixing Leaky Basements in Toronto – Top Simple Solutions

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Leaky basements are not only annoying but can also be a health hazard.  Having a leaky basement in Toronto is quite common, especially in winter with all the ice and snow melt.  You want to dry up your basement, so you can make good use of the space but to also avoid getting mold and [...]

Services that your Toronto Plumber Should Provide

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As a homeowner in the Toronto area, it’s inevitable that you will eventually need some type of plumbing services.  You want a plumber who you can trust to get the job done in a professional manner and who can provide you will all the services you might need.  What you want to look for when [...]

Winter Plumbing Problems Prevention in Toronto

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Common Winter Plumbing Problems in Toronto We live in Toronto.  The winters are cold and summers are short.  Pipes freezing and plumbing problems are very real issues that many of us have had to deal with at some point in our lives.  We love the area though and the scenery is beautiful, so we’re going [...]

How to choose building materials during bathroom renovation

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Whether you let a professional handle your bathroom renovation or you want to do it yourself, you need to understand that you get the right building materials and products for your bathroom renovation. You might ask yourself “what do building materials matter” – but you would be surprised that the answer is ‘quite a bit’. [...]