Regular plumbing maintenance for your Edmonton property allows you to plan for plumbing repairs and replacement parts ahead of time. However, emergencies happen at the most inconvenient times and at any time of the day. That's why it's important to have an Edmonton plumbing company you can depend on. Our certified plumbers can take care of everything from burst pipes to broken water heaters and we also offer 24 hour emergency plumbing in Edmonton to help you.
When it comes to handling the safety and security of your home or business, resolving plumbing problems is only one part of the situation. We offer competitive prices and our high standard for quality means we get the work done right the first time. Our team of certified plumbers will look after issues such as:
The most common cause for low water pressure in a basin or kitchen faucet is a plugged aerator. The aerator is found on the end of the spout and is typically screwed on. It's job is to introduce air into the flow of water, which produces a steadier, more stable stream of water and reduces splashing while still maintaining a strong flow. The water flows over a mesh or screen in the aerator and this can plug with calcium deposits or debris from the hot water tank such as a broken and deteriorated dip tube. You can simply unscrew the aerator and flush it with water to clean.
There may be a number of reasons why your toilet will (run-on or mystery flush). When you depress the toilet handle in order to flush, it raises the flush flapper which allows water to be introduced into the bowl. As the water in the tank recedes, the flapper should gently float back down and re-seat in its original position. However, over time the rubber flapper can get distorted and it will not be able to make a good seal. This causes the water to continually run into the bowl, potentially wasting hundreds of gallons of water a month. Another common fault is that the fill valve is not shutting off completely or the water level in the tank may be set too high allowing water to spill over the overflow tube.