Around The House Newsletter

Toronto Plumbing


VOLUME 2 ISSUE 8

CONTENTS

Everything You Wanted to Know About Plumbers
Losing Water Pressure
Renovating Your Bathroom

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Plumbers

A plumber is one whose job is to ensure that you are not standing in knee-deep water after every trip to the bathroom or every washing day, or every hour of dish washing. In a building, there are many systems in place and the system of drainage, drinking water, pipe work for heating and cooling systems, and other water pipes – and these all come under the domain of the plumber.

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Renovating Your Bathroom

New fixtures, new tub, and sleek countertops—your new bathroom will have them all! Simple follow a few simple tips in this article to realize your dream bathroom! 
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Losing Water Pressure
 

If it is, and your water pressure is not normal, then it is very likely that you have some foreign material restricting the flow somewhere within your faucet.

The apparatus used to restrict water in the new low-flow faucets also creates several more sections within the faucet to catch grit and sediment, compared with older faucets with just one screw-off screen. Have your husband carefully take the whole faucet apart and check each area for sediment. When he puts it back together, it will probably work fine.

If not, then it's time to call a professional plumber.

 

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