Sewer camera shows major shift in clay drain line

drain services by Mister Plumber

All houses in Toronto built before 1985 have vitrified clay underground drain pipes. In some areas, homes have two drain systems – sanitary and storm – while most have only the one sanitary system.

All plumbing fixtures in a house that transport waste – human and other – are connected to the sanitary sewage system. Sanitary sewage should be appropriately treated at treatment plants since it contains many impurities and bacteria. The standard size of the sanitary sewage pipe is 4 inches, and in most cases, this pipe is installed under the concrete floor in the basement. Within a house, these sanitary sewage pipes are considered drain pipes, while those outside the home (but still connected) are classified as sewer pipes.

From 1985, plumbers began to use specially designed plastic PVC pipes. Clay pipes were once a viable option, but now the City of Toronto has many houses over 80 years old that feature an old and outdated clay sewage system – these clay pipes have naturally suffered deterioration and destruction due to old age, and this fact compromises their integrity and effectiveness. When old clay pipes break, which is common, soil enters or heavy pieces fall into line, promoting the collection of debris, all of which slows down the drainage and eventually creates blockages and backups. Also, tree roots easily find their way into these cracks and breakages, speeding up the deterioration process of these clay pipes and making the breaks even larger. Another natural disadvantage of a clay drain/sewer line is a large number of joints as compared to PVC; these many connections compromise the strength of the pipe and naturally invite those tree roots to break them up. Plastic PVC pipes are infinitely more effective and reliable because they feature longer unified lengths and have fewer, more secure joints.

Also, many houses in Toronto still have building traps, which are a U-bend clay pipe that was installed outside the house, and its purpose was to prevent sewer gases from coming into the house. According to the new plumbing codes, every plumbing fixture in the home must have own trap, like the one you can see under the kitchen sink; furthermore, double trapping is prohibited. Consequently, those 4” clay traps are now useless. Moreover, old building traps cause 9 out of 10 sewer backups in Toronto. If you are a homeowner and would like to find out whether your house has a building trap, just check your front yard for a cast iron mushroom cap on a pipe close to the surface – this is the vent that is installed upstream from the building trap.

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What You Need To Check

It is essential to check all the underground drain pipes that are part of your house’s sanitary sewage system with a camera or a scope. Mister Plumber offers full underground drain camera inspection, with DVD recording option available. If your home has outdoor clay sewer pipes, it is highly recommended to install two clean-outs outside: one clean-out should be connected to the city line to the city and the other to your house. Very often, when there are no clean-outs, and there is a major drain issue on the city side, city workers from the Toronto Sewer Department refuse to fix the problem – their excuse is that they do not have access. Call Mister Plumber and talk to our licensed plumbers about installing of drain clean-outs outside of your house. Also, in many cases, it is possible to combine the installation of two clean-outs with backwater valve that helps prevent basement floods. There is a rebate program for Toronto homeowners so that final expense could be reduced by almost $1250. There are a few types of backwater valves that are approved by the City of Toronto for rebate. Our plumbers can determine what type is best according to the drain pipe slope

Another requirement of the new plumbing codes is that every house must have a floor drain in the furnace room. You may not see sewage backup in a furnace room because all contaminated wastewater comes to the weeping tiles around the house and gradually gets distributed around the house consequently, an incredibly bad smell may result in the basement

Sewer camera shows major shift in clay drain line

5 Signs that your main underground drain has some issues:

1. Water buildup around the floor drain

2. Inadequate toilet flushing in the basement

3. Bubbling in a bathtub after flushing

4. sewer smell in the basement

5. sewage backup in the shower after toilet flushing

Many people think that a simple drain snake might resolve all their problems. Snaking only helps when the pipe is not broken, and blockage happens as a result of an obstruction that has fallen in. If you are looking for a permanent solution to your drain issue, you must inspect with a camera to discover the cause of the problem.

Do not hesitate to call Mister Plumber and talk about your drain concerns, especially if they constitute an emergency.

Call Mister Plumber Today 

Mister Plumber is a Toronto plumbing contractor with over 15 years experience and an outstanding reputation. We offer a wide range of plumbing & drain services like camera inspections, replacement of underground building drains and sewers, no-digging pipe repair, installation of both outsides and inside backwater valves, building trap removal and clean-out installation, floor drain repair, renovating drains with ” no slope” or wrong slope, and MORE. We happily serve Toronto, Mississauga, Scarborough, North York, Etobicoke, Oakville, Brampton and the GTA.

We are the Plumber in Toronto ready to help you 24/7. Give us a call today at 416 939 1530 for top-notch service for a great price! You can also fill out our free Online Estimate form. 

Professional heating and cooling services

Creating your dream home is an exciting adventure, but it can also be overwhelming. With so many decisions to make, it’s important to choose the right partners for the vital functions that make your home, a home.

At Mister Plumber, we specialize in providing reliable heating and cooling solutions for your custom home, ensuring that your home is always comfortable and efficient.

✔️ Fixed-price quote with no hidden charges

✔️ Next-day and same-day installations available

✔️ Top-quality service from licensed technicians

✔️ Complete diagnostic and safety check

✔️ Comprehensive home care report on the health of your HVAC equipment

Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now.

Professional heating and cooling services

Give your new home a high-performance HVAC system

  1. Greater Comfort: A new heating and cooling system will provide more consistent and reliable temperature control throughout your home. This means no more hot or cold spots, and no more drafts or discomfort.
  2. Improved Air Quality: New systems are designed to filter out more allergens, pollutants, and other particles from the air, which can help improve indoor air quality and reduce the risk of respiratory issues.
  3. Energy Efficiency: New systems are significantly more energy-efficient than older models, which means you can save money on your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint.
  4. Lower Maintenance Costs: Older heating and cooling systems can be prone to breakdowns and other issues, which can be costly to repair. A new system will require less maintenance and be   more reliable over the long term.
  5. Increased Home Value: Upgrading your heating and cooling system can add significant value to your custom home, making it more attractive to potential buyers if you ever decide to sell.

Here’s what to expect for your HVAC installation

Step 1: Schedule your FREE consultation

Reach out to schedule an obligation-free consultation regarding Mister Plumber’s HVAC systems installation services! Our friendly specialist will visit your custom home, assess your unique needs, and offer a detailed quote that takes your preferences into account.

Step 2: Crafting Your Perfect HVAC System Design

Our talented team will skillfully create a personalized HVAC system design that seamlessly integrates with your custom home. You’ll enjoy optimal comfort, efficiency, and significant long-term savings on your energy bills.

Step 3: Scheduling Your Big Day

Once you’re ready to go with the quote and design, we’ll collaborate to pick the perfect installation date that works best for you, ensuring a smooth, hassle-free experience.

Step 4: Expert Installation

On the day of installation, our certified technicians will arrive punctually, dressed in proper protective gear, and armed with state-of-the-art equipment. They’ll expertly and safely install your new HVAC system, adhering to the highest industry standards and local building codes.

Step 5: Rigorous Testing for Top Performance

After completing the installation, our team will put your new HVAC system through its paces, making sure it’s operating at its peak potential. They’ll double-check every component, duct, and connection for flawless execution.

Step 6: Empowering You with Knowledge

Our friendly technicians will give you a guided tour of your new HVAC system, ensuring you’re well-versed in its features and functions. They’ll also share valuable tips on how to maintain it for maximum efficiency and longevity.

Step 7: Post-Installation Support

Mister Plumber’s HVAC systems installation services come with robust warranties and ongoing support, giving you peace of mind. If you ever face any issues with your new system, our dedicated team will be just a phone call away to assist you.

Ready for your new heating and cooling system?

Say goodbye to uncomfortable temperatures and costly energy bills. Contact Mister Plumber’s HVAC systems installation services today and get your custom home outfitted with an energy-efficient, reliable, and modern heating and cooling system! We take care of the heavy lifting so you can relax and enjoy the comfort of your own home.

Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now to get started on your journey to a more comfortable home. We can’t wait to create the perfect system for you!

Licensed Plumbers for Custom Homes | Mister Plumber 

Your custom-built home is a reflection of your unique style and preferences, but let’s be real – no one wants their unique style to include a malfunctioning toilet or a leaky sink.

At Mister Plumber, we understand the importance of a properly functioning plumbing system for your peace of mind and your family’s comfort.

So whether you’re building a dream home or just need to upgrade your plumbing situation, our team of experts has got you covered. Let us handle the dirty work so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy your beautifully crafted custom home without any unwanted surprises.

Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now.

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Everything you need for the perfect plumbing system

       Custom Plumbing System Design: We understand your custom home is unique, that’s why we tailor design your plumbing system to your specific needs and preferences.

       Water Heater Installation: Keep your new home’s water temperatures in check with a reliable water heater.

       Leak Detection: Don’t let a pesky leak ruin your custom home. We’ll quickly detect and fix any leaks to prevent further damage.

       Fixture Installation: From sinks and faucets to showers and toilets, we provide top-quality fixture installation services for your custom home.

       Drain Cleaning: Keep your custom home’s plumbing system flowing smoothly with our thorough drain cleaning services that eliminate clogs and blockages.

       Water Filtration System Installation: Ensure your family’s health and safety with our water filtration system installation services, custom-fit to your home’s specific needs.

       Emergency Plumbing Services: Plumbing emergencies don’t wait for convenient times, and neither do we. Call us anytime for emergency services to protect your custom home from damage.

Why go with Mister Plumber?

At Mister Plumber, we’re passionate about providing custom home plumbing services that bring peace of mind and enhance the functionality and value of your home in Mississauga and Oakville.

Here are some of the ways we can make your life easier and your home better:

       18+ years of expertise and experience: Our team of plumbing experts has been honing their craft since 2005, so you can trust us to handle any plumbing project with confidence and skill.

       Increased home value: When you invest in custom home plumbing services from Mister Plumber, you’re not only investing in the comfort and convenience of your family, but you’re also increasing the value of your home for years to come.

       Cost savings: We know that every penny counts, which is why we provide efficient, cost-effective solutions that save you money on water bills and prevent costly repairs down the road.

       Peace of mind: You deserve to feel confident in your home’s plumbing system, and with our reliable and high-quality services, you can rest easy knowing that everything is running smoothly.

       Tailored solutions: Your custom home deserves custom solutions, and that’s exactly what we provide. We take the time to understand your needs and preferences, so we can design and implement a plumbing system that fits your lifestyle and your home perfectly.

       Fast and reliable service: Plumbing problems don’t wait for a convenient time to strike, and neither do we. Our team is always ready to respond quickly and efficiently to your plumbing needs, so you can get back to enjoying your custom home as soon as possible.

Choose Mister Plumber for your custom home plumbing needs, and experience the peace of mind and improved quality of life that comes with our expert services.

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Ready for a brand-new plumbing system for your dream home?

Ready for a brand-new plumbing system for your dream home? Look no further than Mister Plumber. With over 18 years of expertise, we’re committed to enhancing the functionality, value, and comfort of your custom home.

Choose us for tailored solutions, cost-saving options, and fast, reliable service.

Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now.


Are you still drinking water from those ancient lead pipes in your home?

Well, it’s time to put down that glass and call Mister Plumber for a lead pipe replacement.

We promise to replace those pesky pipes with state-of-the-art, non-toxic one that keeps your plumbing system lead-free and your drinking water safe to guzzle.

Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now for a FREE consultation!


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Do you have lead in your tap water?

If you’re concerned about the possibility of lead contamination in your tap water, keep an eye out for these potential sources of lead:

  • Lead water service pipe connecting your home to the municipal water supply
  • Homes built before 1955
  • Household plumbing fixtures with high lead content
  • Lead-based plumbing solder

Remember, the longer water stays in contact with any of these sources, the higher the amount of lead that may seep into your tap water.

Pro tip: You can test your tap water for lead and receive instructions at a laboratory or call the Ministry of the Environment at 1-800-565-4923.

Not sure if you have lead in your tap water?

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Why replacing your lead pipes is a must

Consuming water from lead pipes can seriously jeopardize your health. Hamilton Public Health reports that pregnant women, infants, and children under six are at the highest risk.

Here are the harmful consequences of drinking lead-contaminated water:

  • Anemia
  • High blood pressure
  • Muscle and joint pain
  • Kidney damage
  • Headaches
  • Long-term brain and nervous system damage
  • Developmental issues and learning disabilities in children
  • Hearing disorders
  • Memory loss

At Mister Plumber, we provide a full lead pipe replacement service. We’ll replace your pipes with high-quality, non-toxic materials to keep your drinking water safe for you and your family.

Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message for a FREE consultation.

Lead water pipe replacement in downtown Toronto

How to identify a lead water service pipe in your home on your own

If you’re concerned about whether or not you have a lead water service pipe in your home, there are a few things you can look out for. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to identify a lead water service pipe in your home:

  1. Locate your water meter: Your water meter is usually located on the outside of your house, and it can help you identify where the meter’s located in the basement. If it’s on the side of the house, the meter is usually located on that particular side.
  2. Identify the water service line: Once you’ve located the water service line, you’ll want to do a visual inspection of the service type. There are five different types of water services that can come into your home: copper, PVC plastic, lead, half-inch alloyed lead, and galvanized pipe.
  3. Conduct a scratch test: If you’re not sure if the service line is made of copper, you can conduct a scratch test. Use a dull surface like a coin or loonie to scratch the surface of the pipe. Copper will scratch easily and become shiny, while lead will remain dull in color and not scratch easily.
  4. Be careful when conducting the scratch test: Be sure to scratch the surface of the pipe in the right location, which is the part of the water service between the main valve and the wall. Don’t do the scratch test on the part of the water service that’s coming from the wall.
  5. Don’t handle old pipes roughly: Some of these water services are very old and fragile, so be careful when handling them.
  6. Ask for help if you’re unsure: If you’re still unsure about the type of service line you have, call a professional plumber or the City of Hamilton for an inspection.

If you need more clarity, you can watch this video demonstration.


Lead main water pipe connected to copper

Get a lead water service replacement loan from the City of Hamilton

Funding assistance is available in the form of a $3,000 interest-bearing loan from the City of Hamilton. This loan will be transferred to your monthly water bill and repaid over a maximum ten-year period.

If you’re a low-income homeowner who qualifies for energy customer support programs like LEAP or OESP, you’re eligible for a zero-interest loan to cover the cost of the replacement.

Check out the loan eligibility requirements on the official page by the City of Hamilton.

Here’s what to expect for your lead pipe replacement by Mister Plumber

  1. Consultation: We’ll start by having a chat with you to understand your needs and answer any questions you may have. Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now for a FREE consultation!
  2. Inspection: Then, we’ll inspect your home’s plumbing to identify any lead pipes that need to be replaced.
  3. Preparation: Next, we’ll prepare your home for the lead pipe replacement process by shutting off the water supply and protecting your home from any potential damage.
  4. Removal: Once we’re ready to get started, we’ll carefully remove the old lead pipes from your home and dispose of them safely.
  5. Replacement: Then, we’ll install new pipes made of safer materials like copper or plastic to ensure that your drinking water is free of harmful contaminants.
  6. Testing: After we’ve installed the new pipes, we’ll test your water supply to ensure that it’s safe to drink and free of any harmful contaminants.
  7. Clean-up: We’ll make sure to clean up the work area and remove any debris or materials used during the lead pipe replacement process.
  8. And, we’ll follow up with you to ensure that everything is working properly and answer any additional questions you may have.

Ready for a safe set of water pipes?

Get in touch with Mister Plumber to get started. Our team is available 24/7 and we’re here to help you make sure that your home has safe drinking water.

Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now for a FREE consultation!

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How much lead is allowed in drinking water in Ontario?

The Maximum Allowable Concentration (MAC) for lead in regulated drinking water systems is 0.010 milligrams per litre (10 micrograms per litre). This level is based on average concentrations of lead in water consumed over a long time and long-term effects of lead.

It’s worth noting that short-term consumption of concentrations above the MAC does not necessarily cause risk to health. However, certain groups of people such as children six years of age and under, pregnant women and women planning a pregnancy are more susceptible to the harmful effects of lead.

Air conditioner upgrade

Give your home a new AC system. Ahh.

Are you tired of melting into a puddle on your own floor? Has your air conditioner seen better days and is now just blowing hot air? Don’t sweat 😉

We’ve got the perfect solution for all your cooling needs with our leading Air Conditioner Replacement & Installation services.

✔️ Fixed-price quote with no hidden charges

✔️ Next-day and same-day installations available

✔️ Top-quality service from licensed technicians

✔️ Complete diagnostic and safety check

✔️ Comprehensive home care report on the health of your cooling equipment

Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message today. Keep your cool no matter how high the temperature rises outside with Mister Plumber by your side.

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How do I know if my AC needs a look?

Is your AC unit struggling to keep you cool during those hot summer months? Here are a few signs that it might be time to consider replacing your unit:

  1. Age: If your AC unit is over 10-15 years old, it may not be running as efficiently as it used to and could be costing you more in energy bills.
  2. Frequent Breakdowns: If your AC unit requires frequent repairs or has broken down more than once in the past year, it might be more cost-effective to replace it.
  3. Strange Noises: If your AC unit is making unusual or loud noises, such as grinding, screeching or banging, it’s a sign that it’s time to call in the experts.
  4. Uneven Cooling: Do some rooms in your home feel cooler than others? It could be a sign that your AC unit isn’t distributing cool air evenly throughout your home.
  5. Rising Energy Bills: If your energy bills are increasing in the summer months, but you’re not using more energy than usual, it could be a sign that your AC unit is working harder than it should be, and needs replacing.

Not sure if your AC is bugging? It’s worth having a professional take a look at your AC unit to determine if it needs replacing. Mister Plumber is here to provide expert air conditioner replacement and installation services in Mississauga and Etobicoke.

Here’s what to expect for your new AC installation

Step 1: Initial Consultation

Firstly, you’ll need to schedule a consultation with Mister Plumber to discuss your AC replacement needs. During this consultation, a representative will ask you about your existing air conditioning system, any issues you’ve been experiencing, and your preferences for a new unit.

Step 2: Assessment of your Home

After the consultation, a technician will come to your home to assess the size, layout, and specific cooling needs of your space. This will ensure that the new system is properly sized and configured to keep your home comfortable and energy-efficient.

Step 3: AC Unit Selection and Quote

Based on the information gathered during the consultation and assessment, we will recommend a specific air conditioning unit that best fits your needs and budget. They will provide you with a detailed quote that outlines the:

  • Cost of the unit
  • Installation
  • Cost of any additional parts or services needed

Step 4: Scheduling the Installation

Once you’ve reviewed and accepted the quote, Mister Plumber will schedule the installation at a convenient time for you. They will work with you to ensure that the installation is completed as quickly and efficiently as possible, minimizing disruption to your daily routine.

Step 5: Removing the old AC Unit

Before the new unit can be installed, the old AC unit must be removed. Mister Plumber’s technicians will carefully disconnect and remove the old unit, making sure to dispose of it properly.

Step 6: Installing your New AC Unit 🥳

With the old unit removed, the technicians will begin installing the new air conditioning unit. They will carefully position the unit, connect it to the existing ductwork and wiring, and perform all necessary tests to ensure that the system is functioning properly.

Step 7: Final Inspection and Cleanup

Once the installation is complete, a technician will perform a final inspection to ensure that everything is working correctly. They will also clean up the work area, removing any debris or materials left over from the installation.

Step 8: Post-Installation Follow-Up

After the installation is complete, Mister Plumber will follow up with you to ensure that you’re happy with the new system and answer any questions you may have about its operation or maintenance.

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Ready for your new AC system? 🥳

Replacing your air conditioning unit doesn’t have to be a hassle. With Mister Plumber’s expert AC installation services in Mississauga and Etobicoke, you can rest assured that the process will go quickly and smoothly from start to finish.

✔️ Fixed-price quote with no hidden charges

✔️ Next-day and same-day installations available

✔️ Top-quality service from licensed technicians

✔️ Complete diagnostic and safety check

✔️ Comprehensive home care report on the health of your cooling equipment

Call Mister Plumber today at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now!

Furnace installation

Give your home a brand-new furnace

Is your furnace on its last legs? It may be time to replace it!

Say goodbye to shivery nights and hello to toasty toes with Mister Plumber’s furnace installation services in Mississauga and Etobicoke! No more shivering, no more icicles forming on your nose – just pure, cozy warmth all winter long.

✔️ Fixed-price quote with no hidden charges

✔️ Next-day and same-day installations available

✔️ Top-quality service from licensed technicians

✔️ Complete diagnostic and safety check

✔️ Comprehensive home care report on the health of your heating equipment

Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now!

Furnace installation

How do I know if my furnace needs a look?

Here are some tell-tale signs that your furnace might need replacing:

  1. Age: If your furnace is over 15-20 years old, it may not be running as efficiently as it used to, and it could be time to replace it.
  2. Rising energy bills: If your energy bills are increasing, but you’re not using more energy than usual, it could be a sign that your furnace is working harder than it should be, and needs replacing.
  3. Strange noises: If your furnace is making unusual or loud noises, such as banging, screeching, or grinding, it’s time to call a professional.
  4. Uneven heating: If some rooms in your home are warmer or cooler than others, it could be a sign that your furnace isn’t distributing heat evenly.
  5. Frequent repairs: If you’re frequently calling in a professional to repair your furnace, it might be more cost-effective to replace it with a newer, more reliable model.

If you’re experiencing any of these signs, it’s worth having a professional take a look at your furnace to determine if it needs replacing. Mister Plumber is here to provide expert furnace replacement and installation services in Mississauga and Etobicoke.

Here’s what to expect for your new furnace installation

When you choose Mister Plumber for your furnace installation, it’s always a smooth experience – from start to finish:

  1. Initial Consultation: When you get in touch with Mister Plumber, we’ll schedule a consultation with one of our licensed technicians. They’ll visit your home to assess your furnace needs, provide recommendations, and give you a detailed quote for the job. What do we look at?
    1. The size, location, and number of people in your home, which will determine the heating capacity needed to keep your space comfortable.
    2. Your budget, including whether you want to purchase or rent your heating equipment, and how much you’re willing to spend on installation and maintenance.
    3. Available energy rebates and incentives, which can help you save money on your energy bills and installation costs.
    4. Choosing a heating system that meets your needs both now and in the future, whether you’re looking for a system that’s energy-efficient, eco-friendly, or easy to maintain.
  2. Scheduling and Preparing for Installation: Once you’ve decided to go ahead with the replacement, we’ll schedule a convenient date and time for the installation. Our team will arrive at your home with all the necessary equipment and materials, and we’ll take steps to protect your property and keep the work area clean.
  3. Removal of Old Furnace: Our team will safely and efficiently remove your old furnace and dispose of it according to local regulations. We’ll make sure to leave your home cleaner than we found it.
  4. Installation of New Furnace: We’ll carefully install your new furnace to ensure it’s working efficiently and safely. We recommend industry-leading furnaces from KEEPRITE, YORK, and ARMSTRONG AIR. We’ll also make sure it’s set up to your preferences, including the thermostat settings.
  5. Testing and Clean-Up: Our team will test the new furnace to make sure it’s working correctly and there are no leaks. We’ll then clean up the work area and dispose of any debris.
  6. Final Inspection and Customer Satisfaction: We’ll conduct a final inspection with you to make sure you’re satisfied with the installation and answer any questions you may have. We take pride in providing top-notch customer service, and we won’t consider the job complete until you’re completely satisfied.

By choosing Mister Plumber for your furnace replacement and installation needs, you can expect a hassle-free, efficient, and professional experience.

Call us at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now!

Excited about your new furnace?

We know we are.

Replacing your old system with a new, energy-efficient furnace will help you save money on your energy bills and keep your home comfortable.

✔️ Fixed-price quote with no hidden charges

✔️ Next-day and same-day installations available

✔️ Top-quality service from licensed technicians

✔️ Complete diagnostic and safety check

✔️ Comprehensive home care report on the health of your heating equipment

Call Mister Plumber today at 416 939 1530 or send us a message now!

Burst frozen pipe

Winter weather can wreak havoc on your home – with one of the most common issues being frozen pipes. Frozen pipes can lead to extensive damage if they aren’t thawed out in a timely manner.

It can be a very confusing time for an unprepared homeowner, so we’ve put together a short guide at Mister Plumber to help you understand what causes frozen pipes and how to prevent them in the first place.

If you’d like an immediate professional opinion on a plumbing issue, call us at 416 939 1530 or shoot us a message!

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Why frozen pipes are a serious problem

Frozen pipes can cause a variety of issues in your home. Here’s a list of the most pressing risks:

  • Frozen water expands and can cause pipes to crack or burst, leading to leaks, flooding, and water damage to your home.
  • Burst pipes can result in costly repairs and restoration work.
  • Frozen pipes can disrupt your access to water, making it difficult or impossible to use certain fixtures or appliances until the blockage is cleared.
  • During the winter months, consistently low temperatures increase the likelihood of frozen pipes, making it important to take preventative measures.
  • In areas with harsh winters, frozen pipes can be a frequent and ongoing problem, requiring ongoing attention and care.

Knowing how to prevent and thaw frozen pipes can save you time, money, and inconvenience, making it important to be prepared and informed.

What causes frozen pipes?

Well, cold temperature… duh. Sure, that’s the reason. But really, frozen pipes occur when the temperature of the water inside your pipes drops below freezing, causing it to turn solid – and that can be caused by a number of factors:

  • Insufficient insulation: Pipes that are not properly insulated or that are located in unheated areas of the home are more susceptible to freezing. It’s like going outside without a jacket in the middle of winter – you’re going to feel the cold!
  • Poor placement of pipes: Pipes that are located near exterior walls, in unheated crawl spaces, or in other areas that are exposed to cold air are more likely to freeze. It’s like standing outside on a windy day – the cold air is going to hit you harder in certain spots.
  • Thermostat settings: If you set your thermostat too low during the winter, you may be putting your pipes at risk of freezing. It’s like turning down the heat in your home when it’s freezing outside – your pipes are not going to be very happy about it!
  • Drafts: Cold air drafts from windows, doors, and other sources can cause the temperature to drop in areas where pipes are located, increasing the risk of freezing. It’s like feeling a draft in your home – you know that cold air is going to cause problems somewhere!
  • Neglected maintenance: Pipes that are not properly maintained, such as those with leaks or cracks, may be more prone to freezing. It’s like not taking care of your car – eventually, something is going to break down.

By being aware of these potential causes of frozen pipes and taking steps to prevent freezing, homeowners can avoid the inconvenience and expense of dealing with frozen pipes and the damage they can cause.

Signs of frozen pipes

Before your pipes actually freeze, there are a few signs that can indicate they may be at risk. Here’s what to look out for as a homeowner:

  • No water flow: If you turn on a faucet and no water comes out, it could be a sign that the pipe leading to that fixture is frozen.
  • Strange odors: If you detect an unusual smell coming from your faucets or drains, it could indicate a blockage in your pipes, which can be caused by frozen water or other debris.
  • Frost on pipes: Check your pipes for frost or condensation, as this is a common sign of a frozen pipe.
  • Strange noises: Gurgling or bubbling sounds coming from your pipes could be a sign of a blockage, which can be caused by frozen water or other debris.
  • Low water pressure: If you’re experiencing lower than usual water pressure, it could be a sign that there’s a blockage in your pipes, which can be caused by frozen water or other debris.
  • Foul smells: A strange, foul smell coming from your drains or faucets could be an indication that there’s a blockage in your pipes, which can be caused by frozen water or other debris.

By being aware of these signs, you can quickly identify and address frozen pipes before they cause damage to your home. If you suspect that your pipes are frozen, it’s important to act quickly to prevent damage and restore water flow.

Burst pipe as a result of frozen

Do frozen pipes always burst?

No, frozen pipes don’t always burst. If the ice blockage is small or if there is enough space for the water to expand within the pipe, the pipe may be able to withstand the pressure from the frozen water. However, if the blockage is large, or if the pipe is already weak, old, or damaged, the pressure from the expanding ice can cause the pipe to crack or even burst.

Even if a frozen pipe doesn’t burst, it can still be a problem. A frozen pipe can prevent water from flowing through the pipes, which can result in a lack of water or low water pressure in the affected area. Plus, if the pipe remains frozen for too long, it can damage the pipe and increase the risk of bursting in the future. So it’s really important to take steps to prevent frozen pipes and to address any issues as soon as possible to avoid more serious problems down the line.

Will frozen pipes thaw on their own?

Frozen pipes can sometimes thaw on their own, but it’s not a guaranteed outcome. The amount of time it takes for a frozen pipe to thaw naturally will depend on a number of factors, such as the severity of the freeze, the outside temperature, and the length of the frozen section of the pipe.

In some cases, a small section of the pipe may thaw on its own as temperatures rise, allowing water to flow through the pipe once again. However, if the freeze is severe or if the entire pipe is frozen, it’s unlikely that the pipe will thaw on its own without intervention.

If you suspect that your pipes are frozen, it’s important to take action to thaw them as soon as possible to prevent damage and restore water flow.

We’ll dive into this in the following sections.

How to find where frozen pipes are frozen

Finding a frozen pipe can be tricky. If you suspect that your pipes are frozen and need to be thawed, the first step is to find out where the freeze is occurring.

  1. Turn on your faucets: Start by turning on all of your faucets to see if any of them have no water flow or only a trickle. This is a good sign that the pipe leading to that fixture is frozen.
  2. Check for frost or condensation: Check any exposed pipes for frost or condensation. This is a common sign of a frozen pipe.
  3. Inspect the pipes: Look for any visible signs of damage to your pipes, such as cracks or bulges. This can also be an indication that the pipe is frozen and has expanded due to the pressure from the ice.
  4. Use a thermal imaging camera: If you have a thermal imaging camera or can borrow one, use it to scan your walls, ceilings, and floors. A frozen pipe will often cause a temperature difference in the area where it’s located, making it easier to identify.
  5. Call a plumber: If you’re having trouble locating the frozen pipe or if you’re not comfortable attempting to thaw it yourself, it’s always a good idea to call a licensed plumber. A professional plumber will have the tools and expertise to locate and thaw the frozen pipe safely and effectively.

Remember, it’s important to take steps to thaw a frozen pipe as soon as possible to prevent damage and restore water flow to your home. By following these tips and seeking the help of a professional plumber when needed, you can locate and thaw a frozen pipe quickly and effectively.

How to thaw frozen pipes as a homeowner

Once you’ve located the frozen pipe, the next step is to thaw it. This can be done safely and effectively with some basic tools and supplies.

  1. Find the frozen pipe: Use the tips mentioned earlier to locate the frozen pipe. Check all of your faucets to see which ones aren’t working, and look for any signs of frost or damage on your pipes.
  2. Turn off the water supply: Before you start thawing the pipe, be sure to turn off the water supply to the affected area to avoid any potential flooding.
  3. Open faucets: Once the water is turned off, open the faucets connected to the frozen pipe. This will help reduce pressure and allow the water to flow more easily once it’s thawed.
  4. Use a hair dryer, heat lamp, space heater, or heating pad to apply gentle but direct heat to the frozen section of the pipe. Just start at the end of the pipe closest to the faucet and work your way toward the frozen area.
  5. Use hot towels: Wrapping hot, damp towels around the frozen pipe is another option. This can help to slowly thaw the pipe and reduce the risk of cracking or bursting.
  6. Install heating tape: Heating tape is an effective way to thaw frozen pipes and can also be used to prevent future freezes. The tape consists of an electrical heating element that warms up when plugged in, helping to keep your pipes from freezing again.
  7. Be patient: Thawing a frozen pipe can take some time, especially if the freeze is severe. Don’t try to rush the process by using any kind of open flame, which can be dangerous.

By following these tips, you can safely thaw a frozen pipe and restore water flow to your home. Just remember to stay safe and call a professional plumber with the right tools and expertise if you’re unsure of what to do or if you run into any problems.

You can call Mister Plumber at 416 939 1530 or shoot us a message for help treating a frozen pipe.

Wait, what if my frozen pipes are underground?

How to thaw frozen pipes underground

Thawing a frozen pipe that’s underground can be a bit more challenging, so our first recommendation would be to get in touch with a plumber. But, it’s still possible to do so. Here are some general steps you can take to thaw a frozen pipe that’s underground:

  1. Locate the frozen area: Start by identifying the area where the pipe is frozen. This may require some guesswork, but you can look for areas where the ground is particularly wet, where the snow is melted, or where the grass is greener.
  2. Turn off the water supply: Before you begin, turn off the water supply to the affected area to prevent flooding.
  3. Apply heat: One of the most effective ways to thaw an underground pipe is to apply heat directly to the frozen area. You can use a heating pad, heat tape, or a portable heater to warm up the area. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines when using these tools.
  4. Dig a hole: If you’re unable to locate the frozen area, you may need to dig a hole near the pipe to gain access to it. Be sure to call your utility company before you dig to avoid damaging any underground utilities.
  5. Be patient: Thawing an underground pipe can take time, especially if the freeze is severe. Be patient and monitor the progress of the thawing process.

By following these steps, you can safely and effectively thaw an underground frozen pipe and restore water flow to your home. If you’re unable to locate the frozen area, if the thawing process is taking too long, or if the pipe has already burst, it’s important to call a licensed plumber.

How do I prevent frozen pipes from happening again?

Preventing pipes from freezing in the future is a much easier and less expensive process than thawing them. Here are some simple tips to help you prevent frozen pipes in your home:

  1. Keep your home heated: Make sure that your home is heated to at least 13º Celsius (55º Fahrenheit), even if you’re leaving for an extended period of time. This will help to keep your pipes from freezing.
  2. Insulate pipes: Pipes that are located in unheated areas, such as attics, basements, or crawl spaces, are particularly susceptible to freezing. Insulating these pipes with foam pipe insulation can help to keep them from freezing.
  3. Seal drafts: Check for drafts around windows and doors, and seal them with weatherstripping or caulk to help keep cold air from entering your home and potentially freezing your pipes.
  4. Keep cabinet doors open: If you have pipes that run through cabinets, open the doors to allow warm air to circulate around the pipes. This will help to keep the pipes from freezing.
  5. Let faucets drip: Allowing faucets to drip slightly can help to relieve pressure in the pipes and prevent them from freezing. This is particularly effective for faucets that are located on exterior walls.
  6. Disconnect outdoor hoses: Make sure to disconnect any outdoor hoses and drain the water from the pipes. This will help to prevent water from freezing and potentially damaging your pipes.

Call Mister Plumber for your frozen pipe issues

Frozen pipes can cause serious damage to your home and be costly to repair. But hopefully, this complete guide to frozen pipes has helped to equip you with the knowledge and tools you need to prevent, thaw, and repair frozen pipes in your home.

But if you’re still having trouble with frozen pipes or need help from a professional plumber, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Mister Plumber! Our team of experienced plumbing professionals has been helping homeowners with frozen pipe treatment and prevention for over 20 years. We can help you identify the source of your frozen pipe problem, thaw it safely, and provide tips on how to prevent frozen pipes from occurring in the future.

Call us at 416 939 1530 or shoot us a message today!

Renovating your home is an exciting project, but it can also be a daunting one. One of the most important aspects to consider when planning your renovation is the plumbing system. Neglecting to take proper precautions can result in costly and time-consuming repairs later on.

To ensure that you don’t run into any problems during or after your renovation, here are some essential tips from Mister Plumber for taking care of your plumbing before beginning a remodel.

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1. Check the current health of your home’s plumbing system

Before starting any work, it’s important to get a good idea of what condition the current plumbing system is in. For example,

  1. Do you know how old your pipes are?
  2. What’s the condition of your underground main drain?
  3. Could your foundation walls require some waterproofing?
  4. Do all of your faucets and valves still work properly?
  5. Are there any signs of corrosion or leaking?

The last thing you want is to start your expensive renovation and then find out that you have underlying issues with your plumbing.

By taking the time to assess the current state of your plumbing, you’ll be able to determine what steps need to be taken in order for your renovation to go smoothly. It’s a good idea to have a professional plumber inspect the system before you start, so that you know what needs to be addressed. This can save time and money in the long run.

2. Consider the layout and design of your plumbing system

When it comes to planning the layout of your renovation, don’t forget to think about how it will affect the plumbing. For example, if you plan on expanding a room or adding new fixtures, you may need to add additional pipes or drains. Consider all of these elements as you design your project, and discuss them with your contractor.

Pro tips for creating a new layout of your home

  • When you plan the layout for your basement, try to position your washroom, laundry, or kitchen as close as possible to existing drain lines. It’s easier and less expensive compared to installing new drain/vent and water systems.
  • Also, use your existing washroom on the main or second floor as a frame of reference to dedicate proper space for plumbing fixtures.
  • If you’re planning to lower your basement, it’s best to place the washroom near the front wall. This way, the drain will use gravity to flow, instead of using a sewage pump at the back, which needs regular maintenance and can be loud when in use.
  • When you’re picking a spot for your washer and dryer, it’s a good idea to put them as near to an exterior wall as possible. That way, it’s easier to run the vent pipe (which is usually 4 inches wide) out of the house for your dryer. Another option is if you have joists in the ceiling running towards an exterior wall, you can hide the vent pipe between them – another good spot for the dryer’s exhaust.

3. Upgrade your plumbing fixtures

If your home’s getting a fresh new look, why not upgrade your plumbing fixtures while you’re at it? You can swap out old and worn fixtures for newer ones that are more energy efficient and better performing. Have a plumber install them for you to ensure they’re functioning properly.

Upgrading your plumbing fixtures can also add to the overall design of the space. Consider choosing fixtures that will match your chosen color scheme or interior design style, like a classic white porcelain sink or a modern stainless steel faucet.

Here are some important reminders for picking out new plumbing gear.

  • Don’t skimp on quality. Go for durable and long-lasting options that can handle wear and tear over time. You should buy your new plumbing fixtures from reputable brands like Kohler, American Standard, or Delta. Research and read reviews from other customers before buying.
  • Always try to go for items that have a lifetime warranty. Check to make sure it’s easy and quick to get replacement parts – you don’t want to be stuck waiting for a certain item when you need it.
  • Choose fixtures that are corrosion-resistant and water-efficient for long-term use. Look for certifications such as NSF or WaterSense on items like your showerhead.

4. Insulating your water pipes

When you’re renovating your home, don’t forget the importance of insulating the pipes. This will help keep the water at a comfortable temperature while also preventing condensation and reducing energy costs.

If you have any water pipes close to exterior walls, be sure to relocate them away from the wall to make sufficient space for insulation. Ideally, keep water pipes inside interior walls to prevent freezing.

Pro Tip: Consider putting soundproof insulation inside the wall and ceiling if you plan to rent out your basement. This will help keep noise levels down for your tenants.

4. Preparing for the future

A smart homeowner plans for the future when it comes to their home’s plumbing. When you’re renovating, think about what your future needs may be and adjust accordingly.

Here are some important things to keep in mind for your home’s future plumbing situation

  • If you’re not planning to install a kitchen or laundry in your home renovation, consider talking to your plumber about preparing rough-in pipes for future installation. You never know when you might decide to rent out your basement or add these features to your home in the future.
  • Install a backwater valve: This device helps to prevent sewage from backing up into your home, which can save you a lot of money in repairs and clean-up costs.
  • Set aside extra space: When you’re renovating, set aside some extra space for future plumbing needs. This way, if you ever decide to add an additional bathroom or laundry station down the road, it will be much easier to do so with the proper preparation.
  • If you live in an area that’s very snowy or prone to flooding, it’s a good idea to install a sump pump. This can help keep your basement dry and prevent costly water damage.
  • Consider increasing the size of drain lines: It’s a good idea to increase the size of drain lines if you plan on adding more fixtures in the future. Make sure to use PVC piping or other corrosion-resistant materials as well.
  • Set up a water leak detection & smart shut-off system. The last thing you want is for a plumbing emergency to cause extensive damage to your brand-new renovation. It can be worth your while to install a system like Watercop to detect water leaks and shut off the main water supply to prevent any disasters.

5. Consult a licensed plumber before touching anything

By planning ahead, making smart decisions, and following these tips, you can make sure that your home renovation project goes smoothly.

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But remember, when it comes to your home’s plumbing installations during renovations, it’s probably best you don’t leave anything to chance with non-licensed handymen.

Hiring a professional plumber for inspections, advice, and fittings is the safest way to make sure everything is done correctly and efficiently. Not only will they spot any potential problems before they get out of hand, but they can also advise you on the best materials and methods for your home.

Whether you’re new to home renovations or an experienced DIYer, Mister Plumber can help you get the job done right.

Call us at +1 416 939 1530 or contact us online for a FREE consultation on your next home project.

Water Line Repair

Water Line Repair, Replacement, & Installation 

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When selecting plumbing services in Toronto you might be likely to desire to investigate your options. Discovering a contractor who’s nicely educated at a variety of issues is possibly the way you desire to go. A professional Toronto plumber will be capable of giving you numerous items. He’ll have the ability to get care of the residential plumbing, commercial and industrial plumbing, and water heating programs, drain cleaning and water line repair in Toronto.

Old lead water line in TorontoCommercial plumbing isn’t as simple while you consider. You might be planning to want to preserve it to make sure everything is flowing freely as to not have larger troubles later on. They are able to do pre-clog check-ups and servicing so you will have no pressure later of calling water line repair in Toronto to come and unclog your toilet, sinks or shower. That may be embarrassing for any whole lot of individuals. Even though, if there is certainly an issue they are going to be able to come 24 hours per day so that you can have your house repaired in no time.

Once they come to check-up your home they are going to check out all your water stress, verify your drains, check for leaks, check and ensure your refrigerator water provide is clean and even more. Additionally, they offer you services to showers, sinks, and commodes, irrigation methods, properly pump and septic tank methods, installation of backflow units, drain cleaning and much more. You do not know when they will get it done until you inquire so make sure you tell them all of your demands and the qualified professionals this kind of as plumber Toronto services will know just what to do to suit your needs.

Snaking sewer line from basementCommercial places are a lot like residential. You may get the same upkeep check-ups but needless to say, it will likely be a lot more intricate in the commercial or industrial spot because the plumbing there is certainly considerably diverse, much greater scale and considerably much more intricate. They set up repair and preserve all your devices, they clean your drains water heaters and boilers, they test your strain within your water lines, they do pipe fitting services, do repairs on urinals, fix sewer and septic problems and can even make pre-scheduled appointments to inspect your water lines, septic and sewer lines and ensure almost everything is operating accurately.

Mister Plumber offers Water Main & Trenchless Technology In:

Main Water Line Trenchless Pipe Replacement
New Main water line Copper pipe leaks repair
New water supply line Fix pinhole leak copper pipe
Water Main Pipes Burst water pipe repair
Water line leak detection Lead pipe exchange
Water pipe leak repair Cast iron pipe exchange
Trenchless Technology Water line repair in Toronto

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Mister Plumber in Toronto, Ontario specializes in sewer repair, upgrade waterline, lead pipe replacement, water service upgrade, drain cleaning, backwater valve installation, lead pipe replacement, re-piping and emergency plumbing. Mister Plumber uses the latest technology to effectively troubleshoot and quickly repair any plumbing problem and offers a fast response and free estimates. We have over 15 years of plumbing experience and proudly servicing Toronto, Mississauga, Scarborough, North York, Etobicoke, Oakville, Brampton and the GTA.

We are the Plumber in Toronto ready to help you 24/7. Give us a call today at 416 939 1530 for top-notch service for a great price! You can also fill out our free Online Estimate form. 

sewer and main drain camera inspection

Toronto drain and sewer camera inspectionThe CCTV drain camera inspection gives a quick and efficient diagnosis of your drain or sewer problems in Toronto and surrounding areas.
Mister Plumber specializes in emergency drain cleaning. We manage a variety of drain problems such as tree root intrusion, grease build-up, hair clogs, and other debris clogging your drain line. Our technicians carry different size snakes to open the lines and include a Sewer Camera Scope.

Some of the drain lines we clean include the following:

  • Kitchen Sink Drain Lines
  • Bathroom Sink Drain Lines
  • Bathroom Tub Drain Lines
  • Bathroom Shower Drain Lines
  • Washing Machine Drain Lines
  • Floor Drain Lines
  • Main Drain Lines (includes Sewer Camera Scope)

We give you a camera scope to ensure your drain line is clean.  We have the necessary equipment to hydro-jett your drain line to allow a full flow again.

Mister Plumber’s Powerful Snaking Equipment

Power snaking is one of the first steps in the drain cleaning process and uses three powerful drain cleaning machines for the job!
Mister Plumber uses the Ridgid K-45 for versatile drain clogs. It has 3 different types of cable sizes. The 1/4” cable is ideal for bathroom sinks and bathtub drains. The 5/16” cable is used for floor drains and showers. The 3/8” cable is used for cleaning washing machines. The K-45 is known for pulling out hair restricting the drainage.
For the tougher clogs the Ridgid K-400 is used. We use this machine for common kitchen sink, washing machines, floor drains, floor sinks and mop sinks clogs. This machine is popular because of its high effectiveness and efficiency.
When the main drain needs cleaning, we use the Ridgid K-6200. This machine is very thorough and will cut through clogs as quickly as possible. It is designed to rip through tree roots or any other debris restricting the flow.
Tree roots are the leading culprit to main drain back-ups. If your home was built before 1985 in the Toronto Area, then it is very likely that your plumbing system is not made of PVC piping. If you have tree roots on your property, you can snake the line, replace it, or hydro-jett the line. Replacing the line can be very costly, but will resolve the problem quite quickly.

Mister Plumber Drain Inspection in Toronto and Sewer Locator

Receiving a thorough sewer and drain video camera inspection is a strong benefit for you.  The property owner is provided with visual information of the pipe’s interior condition.

What is a sewer and drain video camera inspection?

A sewer and drain inspection in Toronto is a type of inspection to see if there are any problems that lie inside of your plumbing sewer system. Our Ridgid SeeSnake Plus is a camera on a line that enters through a cleanout or by pulling the toilet. The SeeSnake has LED lights that illuminate the interior walls and sensors that allow us to locate the problem. The camera head sends live video footage and the distance to our technician’s monitor to make changes to improve your drainage.
During the inspection, our camera records the video footage on a CD. Mister Plumber replays the content right in front of the property owner. Lastly, we upload the content to our video software and we are able to create a report for the homeowner.

When should I get a sewer drain inspection in Toronto?

At Mister Plumber, we believe that every property owner should know about their interior plumbing system. With plumbing, if there is something wrong with the main drain, then it affects the whole system. We firmly believe that for every main drain problem, a camera inspection is necessary. The camera inspection provides all the necessary information to fix your problem the first time. This will save the property owner more money in the long run. It offers the peace of mind knowing that your plumbing system is flowing smoothly without any blockage now or in the future.
It is important for new property owners to get a thorough sewer and drain camera inspection to view their plumbing condition prior to purchasing. Mister Plumber is fully equipped with the latest technology and we are able to send you the video footage of your plumbing system. Recently, we helped a future home owner find tree roots and a cracked pipe in the home’s plumbing system. We were able to negotiate with the seller, lowering the purchase price so the problem can be fixed.
Another reason to why you should get a camera inspection is if you had your line snaked a few months back and your drain is running slow again, then you need to get your line inspected with a camera.
A camera inspection is also a great way to start preventative maintenance. Because drain lines usually become clogged, deteriorate over time, and need maintenance, it is important to camera inspect your lines to help fix future problems.

Mister Plumber Hydro Jets Sewer Drain Lines

Mister Plumber is fully equipped of hydro jetting for your sewer and plumbing system. This will clean your drainage system allowing a full flow as if the system were new again.
Hydro jetting in your plumbing system is done through the use of a high pressurized water hose. With our Water Jetter, it forces water at 4000 PSI cleaning through grease, tree roots and other debris. This powerful machine allows Mister Plumber to provide efficient and quality work within tight timelines.

What is hydro jetting?

Hydro jetting your plumbing system is the best solution to clean your lines. We use a high pressurized water hose and push it through your main drain. This type of cleaning will clear tree roots, soap scum, and grease build-up. Because tree roots are the leading culprit to clogged drains in residential properties, Mister Plumber suggests that you hydro jet the lines. This is the only solution to thoroughly clean the line.  Snaking will only punch a hole through the clog which will cause sewage to cling to the remaining clog. You can also replace your sewer line resolving the problem entirely, but this can be very expensive.

Why should someone get their drains hydro jetted?

Hydro-jetting allows a full flow opening the sewer drain pipe and it alleviates all the debris that can catch sewage as it gets washed down. Snaking a line will only punch a hole in the blockage and it is only a matter of time before your plumbing line will back up again. After hydro-jetting, Mister Plumber completes a thorough camera inspection examining the condition on the interior plumbing system. This will allow us to confirm that all the roots are cleared and they did not penetrate through the line, cracking it.

At Mister Plumber, CCTV drain camera inspection allows a quick and effective diagnosis of your drain or sewer problems in Toronto, Etobicoke, Scarborough and North York.

Call us at 416 939 1530 to discuss how modern CCTV plumbing inspection technology can help you with your plumbing needs.

Mister Plumber with 15 years plumbing experience are Toronto Licensed Plumbers and Drain services company. Our plumbing company specializes on plumbing and drain systems services in Toronto, Mississauga, Scarborough, North York, Etobicoke, Oakville, Brampton and GTA.