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Toilet Repair & Installation

Toilet Repair & Installation

We offer complete toilet repair & installation service for all brands of toilets

Kitchen and bathroom sink Faucet repair & installation

Kitchen and bathroom sink Faucet repair & installation

Whether your faucet runs continually, has a severe problem with leaks, or seems to clog easily, our licensed plumbers can help.

Emergency Plumbing Service

Emergency Plumbing Service

If you have a plumbing emergency, call us to get help. We'll be over in one hour with professional plumbing technicians and the latest equipment for your problem.

Hidden Water Leak Detection and Repair

Hidden Water Leak Detection and Repair

Hidden leaks can be difficult to detect. That's why we offer a water leak detection service to help you identify the source of your leak and repair it quickly.

Main Water Line Replacement & Installation

Main Water Line Replacement & Installation

No matter where you are in Etobicoke, an underground main water line repair is absolutely necessary if your pipes are leaking, clogged, burst, or collapsed. Get a free estimate today!

Same Day Clogged Toilet Repair

Same Day Clogged Toilet Repair

When the unexpected strikes and your toilet becomes clogged, we'll be there to save the day. We specialize in unclogging toilets of all shapes and sizes, with a variety of techniques to fit your home or business needs.

Tank, Tankless & Heat Pump   Water Heater Installation & Repair

Tank, Tankless & Heat Pump Water Heater Installation & Repair

We provide repair, installation, and maintenance on all types of water heaters .

Sewer Backflow Valve testing, installation & cleaning

Sewer Backflow Valve testing, installation & cleaning

Installing a backflow valve is a simple and efficient way to stop water from going into the basement during floods. Protect your home from a water disaster and ensure peace of mind by using our backflow prevention services.

Garbage disposal installation & repair

Garbage disposal installation & repair

We can install or fix your garbage disposal. Schedule service today!

Sump Pump installation and repair

Sump Pump installation and repair

Keep your home dry with sump pump repair and replacement services. Get a basement sump pump installed in Etobicoke today!

Frozen & Broken Pipe Repair

Frozen & Broken Pipe Repair

Avoid costly cleanups and inconvenient outages by scheduling routine pipe inspections and repair with our staff. From leaking water, to flooded carpets, we're here for you when disaster strikes. We'll quickly diagnose the problem and fix it in a timely manner so that your life can return to normal as soon as possible.

Shower and Tub Installation

Shower and Tub Installation

Need a new shower or tub? No matter what problem you have with your shower, Plumber To Your Door has custom repair solutions to meet your needs.

Local 24 Hour Drain Experts

Drain Cleaning Services in Etobicoke

If you're experiencing problems with a clogged drain, our drain cleaning services in Etobicoke can help. We have the tools and expertise to quickly and effectively clear away any blockages, restoring your drains to full working order. Whether you have a clogged sink or a backed up toilet, we can help. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

drain camera inspection

Drain Camera Inspection

If you're noticing water pooling around your home or drains that are backing up, it may be time for a drain camera inspection. Our team of experienced plumbers in Etobicoke can use a powerful camera to inspect your drains and sewer lines for any blockages or damage. This allows us to determine the best course of action to clear the blockage and restore your drains to full working order. Drain camera inspections are a non-invasive way to quickly identify any issues with your drains. We can often have your drain inspection done within 24 hours, so you can get back to your normal routine as soon as possible. If you're experiencing any drainage issues, don't hesitate to give us a call. We're here to help!

Blocked Drain Cleaning

Blocked Drain Cleaning

Drain blockages are never fun, and they always seem to happen at the most inopportune times. That's why our drain cleaning services in Etobicoke are here to help! We have a team of experienced and certified drain cleaning professionals who are available 24/7 to help you with any drain issues you may be having. Whether it's a simple clog that can be removed with a plunger or something more serious that requires a snake or hydro jetting, we have the tools and expertise to get your drains flowing again in no time. We also offer video camera inspections to identify any potential problems before they become big issues. If you're dealing with a blocked drain, don't hesitate to give us a call. We'll be there ASAP to help get your drains flowing again.

grease trap cleaning

Residential & Commercial Grease Trap Cleaning

Plumber To Your Door offers both residential and commercial grease trap cleaning services to keep your drains flowing freely. Grease traps are devices that capture grease and oil from cooking surfaces before it has a chance to enter the sewer system. Over time, these fats and oils can build up and harden, causing blockages that can lead to costly repairs. Our team of drain cleaning experts will clean and maintain your grease trap to prevent these issues from arising. We offer both one-time cleanings and ongoing maintenance plans to suit your needs. We also offer emergency service for those times when a blocked drain just can't wait. Call us today to learn more about our drain cleaning services in Etobicoke!

Hydro jetting

Drain Hydro Jetting Services

The process of hydro jetting is high-pressure water that is used to clean and clear drains. The process is effective in removing years of built-up grime, grease, and sludge from your drains without the use of harsh chemicals. This will fully restore your drain's flow capacity and leave your pipes looking like new. Our Etobicoke drain cleaning services use state-of-the-art hydro jetting equipment to quickly and effectively clean your drains.

Drain Snaking

Drain Snaking

Drain snaking is a method of drain cleaning that involves inserting a long, flexible rod into your drain in order to clear away any blockages. This is a relatively simple and straightforward process that can be completed relatively quickly. Drain snaking is an effective way to remove blockages from your drains without having to resort to more invasive methods, such as hydro jetting. Additionally, it is generally less expensive than other drain cleaning methods. If you have a blockage in your drain, contact our team of drain cleaning experts in Etobicoke today. We would be happy to assess your situation and provide you with a quote for our services.

Clogged shower drain

Clogged Shower Drain Cleaning

A clogged shower drain can cause water to back up and overflow, which can lead to water damage and mold growth. There are a few different ways to clean a clogged shower drain. You can use a plunger to try and dislodge the clog, or you can use a drain snake to reach deep into the drain and break up the clog. If your drain is really slow or completely stopped up, you may need to use a chemical drain cleaner. If you've tried all of these methods and your shower drain is still clogged, give us a call. Our Etobicoke drain cleaning services are available 24/7, and we'll be able to quickly clear your drain and get your shower flowing again

We offer plumbing services for your home and business

Affordable Plumbing Repairs

Tired of getting ripped by multiple plumbers every time you have a plumbing issue? You deserve fair pricing, and great service that won't break the checkbook.

 

Plumber To Your Door is Offering Professional and Affordable Plumbing Services  that Can't Be Beat. 

 

When you have a leaky faucet, backed up toilet or clogged kitchen sink,  save  time by having our professionals arrive when you need them most.

24 Hour Emergency Plumber in Etobicoke

When your home is on the brink of disaster, make sure your plumbing emergency is taken care of by our trusted plumbers. Our service ensures that a professional plumber can come quickly to repair damaged pipes and systems, prevent further damage and reschedule plumbing appointments as needed.

  • Leaking Or Broken Pipe
  • Sewer Backup
  • Clogged drain
  • Leaking water heater
  • No Hot Water
  • Frozen pipes
  • Clogged Toilet?

Our Commercial plumbing Services

Licensed Plumbing  Contractors

You have a business to run and people depend on you. Make sure there are no plumbing problems by getting an annual check-up before it’s too late.   From hotels to schools, Plumber To Your Door. has Etobicoke’s commercial plumbing needs covered. 

We provide a full range of plumbing services for commercial properties. We offer solutions for healthcare facilities, hotels, and restaurants. We handle all your plumbing needs.

Some of our many commercial plumbing services include:

  • Frozen pipe repair
  • Drain services
  • Fixture installation
  • Annual inspections
  • Leak detection & repair
  • Boiler & gas line installation
  • Management service contracts
  • New construction
  • Piping & repiping

Common Plumbing Repairs You Should Leave to Our Plumber

Smelly kitchen sink

Slow drain? Odour coming from the kitchen sink?

If your kitchen sink is draining slowly or if there is an odour coming from it, the problem may be with the P-trap. The P-trap is a U-shaped pipe that is located under the sink and connects to the drain. It is designed to trap water in order to prevent sewer gases from entering your home. If the P-trap is dry, it can allow sewer gases to escape, which can cause an odour. In addition, a build-up of grease or soap scum in the P-trap can cause it to become clogged, which can lead to a slow drain. Our drain cleaning services can clean out your P-trap and restore it to proper functioning.

Clogged Toilet repair in Etobicoke

Problem with Clogged Toilet?

Your toilet is stuck, clogged or overflowing and you don't know what to do. Clogged toilet is an immediate emergency! Let us take care of everything! We have a team of qualified plumbers that will get to the bottom of your clogged toilet in no time. Call us today and learn about our 24/7 emergency plumbing service.

Low water pressure

Low Water Pressure

If you are experiencing low water pressure or you feel like it is not a leak, but your water pressure has gone down, the problem might be a clog in the main line. This could be caused by debris or sediment that has built up inside the pipe. If there is a clog, call our office and let us know. We will send out one of our expert plumbers to help you with any repairs that are needed.

Submersible Sump Pump Installation

Sump Pump Maintenance

If your sump pump fails, you may experience basement flooding. A sump pump is a vital part of your home’s plumbing system, and it is responsible for pumping water out of your basement in order to prevent flooding. Sump pump failure can occur for a variety of reasons, including power outages, clogged pipes, or a broken float switch.If your sump pump fails, you should call a plumber immediately in order to prevent basement flooding. Our Etobicoke plumbing services team is available 24/7 to help you with any plumbing emergencies, including sump pump failure. We will quickly diagnose the problem and provide a solution that will get your sump pump up and running again in no time.

Rough-in plumbing Etobicoke

Rough-in plumbing

If you're starting a new construction project in Etobicoke, you'll need to rough-in the plumbing. This involves running the pipes and installing the fixtures that will be used for water, gas, and drainage. It's a complex job that should only be done by a qualified professional. At Plumber To Your Door, we have over 15 years of experience roughing-in plumbing for new construction projects. We know how to properly install the piping and fixtures to ensure that your project runs smoothly. We also offer 24/7 emergency services in case of any problems. So if you need rough-in plumbing services in Etobicoke, give us a call today!

Main Water Line Installation

Main Water Line Installation and Repair

If you're in need of a new main water line, or if your existing one is in need of repair, the team at Plumber To Your Door is here to help. We have the experience and the expertise to get the job done quickly and efficiently, and we'll work with you to ensure that your new main water line meets all of your needs. When it comes to main water line installation, there are a few things to keep in mind.

First, you'll need to determine the size of the new line based on the number of fixtures in your home and the average water usage. Next, you'll need to choose the material for the new line - copper is a popular option because it's durable and resistant to corrosion.

Finally, you'll need to decide on the type of connection - either threaded or sweat. Once you've made these decisions, our team at Plumber To Your Door will be able to get started on your main water line installation. We'll make sure that everything is installed correctly and that your new water line is functioning properly before we finish up. Contact us today to get started!

Frequently Asked Questions

There are a few possible causes for a toilet to clog:

1. Bad seal on the pipes leading to the toilet (this is a relatively easy DIY fix)

2. Solid waste in the P-trap, an item behind your toilet that is often overlooked; this can be easily removed and replaced by yourself.

3. A broken flapper valve (this is harder to repair, but only requires an inexpensive replacement part)

4. The toilet tank itself is probably old (but if not you can replace this with a new one as well).

Here are a few things that indicate a possible leak:
1) The water level in the bowl does not go down below the minimum mark.
2) You see stains on the rim of the bowl after flushing
3) You hear specific noises or gurgling when you flush
4) Your toilet takes longer than normal during each flush.
5) Your toilet has an odd smell
6) Your toilet is constantly running or making a strange

Most likely your problem is a base seal leak. This can occur for a variety of reasons, but most often due to the toilet being installed improperly.

  1. Check the bolts that hold down the bowl to see that they are tight enough (tighten them if necessary).
  2. Check that there are no cracks or holes in the tank.
  3. If you have an older toilet (pre-2013), check the cylindrical rubber ring around the waste pipe connection – this will show if it has been pushed out of place by water leaking around it and causing it to not seal properly against the pipe connection (see photo below). If this is not present, replace it with one from a new toilet.

A number of plumbing problems can be attributed to a bad smell coming from the drain. Smell from the kitchen sink drain is usually caused by a buildup of grease and food particles in the pipes. To get rid of that smell, you will need to use a mixture of baking soda with vinegar. Mix one ½ cup of baking soda with ½ cup of white vinegar and pour it down the drain. Let it sit for about five minutes before flushing it with hot water. This should get rid of that nasty smell!

If your water heater is leaking, start by turning off all taps. Then open the faucet in the kitchen sink and let it drain for two minutes. This will help remove any grease or residue from the pipes. Next, turn off the water main valve to your home. You can find this valve in an access panel behind a wall on or near your kitchen or laundry room floor. If you cannot find this panel, you may have to call a plumber.

Note:

If the leak is in an older home with a rusty water line, because of corrosion, You might have to replace some piping, which will more than likely cost more than just fixing the water heater itself.

 

The key to maintaining your plumbing is that it must be serviced on a regular basis. This includes inspecting the water-lines, checking for leaks and maintaining the fixtures in your home. A great way to maintain your plumbing is to have a plumber come by every other month to inspect repairs, clean out drain lines and conduct preventative maintenance.

Sewer line cleaning is often neglected in favor of city-wide cleanups. However, small and large businesses alike can benefit greatly from this service as it can help to prevent expensive damages. Sewer line cleaning is a process that thoroughly cleans your sewer lines. This consists of using high pressure water and specially designed instruments to remove any remaining debris or blockages in your pipes.

A clogged sewer line can cause a lot of issues. Your home and all of the other properties on your street may be flooded, depending on how bad the clog is. A clogged sewer line is more likely to happen when you have a tree near your home or if you are using a septic system. If you are experiencing problems with your plumbing, it is important that you contact our local plumbers in Etobicoke,  because they  will know how to fix the problem for you.

Yes, it is. The toilet is supposed to stay at the same level of water. There are some things that can make water spill out when you flush: a cracked or loose flapper in your toilet, a bad seal between the handle and the tank, a leaky flush valve (it’s usually not hard to find), etc. So as long as everything is working properly with water in the bowl, it should never go below half full.

A backwater valve is an automatic safety valve designed to control fluid flow in reverse. It is used on hydraulic systems in which positive pressure acts on the working side of the valve. To prevent flow reversal, the valve has a small hole at its center and thus acts as an “anti-backflow” device when it is allowed to open.

1) Remove the Aerator from your toilet and clean it.

2) If it still doesn’t work, then you need to replace your flapper.

3) Make sure your flapper is properly seated in the valve by making sure that the air hole on it is shut when you flush.

4) To test this, turn on the water to see if the water will stop flowing out of the top of your toilet and not just coming out of the bottom or underneath.

5) If any of these steps didn’t fix your problem, then call a plumber and have him check it out for you.

Your toilet is leaking air. The air pressure in your toilet tank should be at a fairly steady level. If it is not, and you don’t know why, then the leak could be one of two things:

1) The toilet tank and ball valve assembly have become loose and are draining the tank of water or 2) That small valve that allows the new ball to seat behind the old ball has failed and is letting air into the tank resulting in leaks. In either case, there’s nothing wrong with the toilet itself – it’s just not performing properly due to a lack of proper maintenance or incorrect installation.

Call the emergency plumber, if you have a home that has a broken pipe, or pipes that are leaky. For example, if your sink is constantly dripping and your floor is wet or you see water in your basement.

When you smell a foul odor, see puddles under your kitchen sink, or hear the sound of running water. If you are unsure (and yes it is always advisable to call an emergency plumber), then listen carefully to any noises coming from your pipes, and check that nothing suspicious is coming out of them. Also test your faucet on another tap to make sure it’s not leaking.

Most leaks can be solved with simple repairs. However, when it comes to serious plumbing issues, contacting an emergency plumber in Etobicoke is always better than playing around with the repairs yourself.

If the toilet seems to be overflowing with no obvious cause, check for a clog. Check all pipes and joints for obstructions. If you find anything blocking your drain, clear the blockage immediately. Before calling the plumber, check for any other potential problems such as a leaky water heater or broken pipe fittings (they can waste thousands of dollars in wasted time).

 

Alternatively, if you have a plunger nearby, you can use it to unclog your toilet yourself by inserting it into the hole at the bottom of your toilet bowl and pushing firmly downward until you feel it hit an obstruction and then lifting up slightly while holding it stationary while another person pulls out on the plunger handle.

If your sink or tub is draining slowly, it may be time to clean your drain. You can also tell it’s time to clean your drain if you see water backing up into the sink or tub, or if there is an unpleasant odor coming from the drain. If you have a clogged drain, you may need to use a plunger or a snake to remove the blockage.

If you have a shower, and it has been clogged by hair, soap, shampoo or anything else that would prevent the water from draining (or if it has started leaking, causing scalding water to emerge), then it is an emergency. You can immediately remove the blockage by removing all of the items in the drain that would prevent the water from draining. Clean out any soap residue as well, which will otherwise cause more damage to your pipes. Another option is to call a plumber!
Not washing away grease before you pour the boiling water down is a common mistake. Grease in drain lines can cause clogs that require a plumber. Food particles are also common culprits, as are hair and soap build-up. In some cases, peculiar plumbing—like multiple pipes inside another pipe—can lead to clogged drains that require a plumber.