Toilets, faucets and basement leaks can be very frustrating. They can amount to massive financial losses and property damage. Your water bill can escalate due to this, and it could also cause damage to your property. That is why it will be prudent to enlist professional plumber services that will fix the problems before you suffer extreme losses. 24 Hours Plumber staffs are highly skilled, and they will be more than willing to come to your aid when such a problem arises. An expert from 24 Hours Plumber will be able to fix any leaks and even curb basement drains that you might find difficult to solve on your own. We are a plumber Toronto company that is committed to providing world-class plumber services to our customers.
Toilet, Faucets and Basement Water Leaks
Discolored Ceiling: When your toilet has been leaking for some considerable time the ceiling will get stained. That should alarm you that there is leakage that needs prompt fixing.
Sounds: Another sure way to detect whether your toilet is leaking is gurgling sound or bubbling noises when you are not using it. The sound may be originating from the water pipes underneath or behind the toilet.
Moldy or Sewage Smell: Your nasal senses may get a hint of molds or sewer in your bathroom. That should also be a telltale sign that your toilet is leaking because a well functioning one should be totally smell-free.
Unexplained Water on the Floor of Your Bathroom: Your toilet may be leaking if you notice that your bathroom floor is always wet even if you leave it dry in the morning that could. Sometimes the water can soak up in a rug which might prevent you from noticing its presence for some time, therefore; you should not rely on this method entirely.
Raised Floor or Tile: You may also notice that the floor around your toilet base is slightly higher than the other parts of the floor. That can be a pointer to a slow leakage beneath the toilet.
Normally, the causes of leaking in your toilet may be from worn out wax at the base of the toilet, or faulty washers and O-rings. A skilled plumber from our Toronto based 24 Hours Plumber Company can diagnose the problem accurately and fit it.
Increased Water Bills: Unusually high water bills without an equivalent increase in water consumption should alert you that your valves are leaking. The drops from a leaking faucet can amount to about 200litres of water in a month which will have an adverse effect on your water bill.
Dripping: When you notice that the water continues to drip even after you have closed the taps, you should not ignore the sign.
Faulty Faucets: Faucets that make a squeaky sound when turning them on or off show that they are likely to leak.
The faucets require specialized repairs to fix them. There are four common types of faucets namely cartridge types, ball types, compression valve, and ceramic discs which determine the type of repair that will be used to fix it. Hire experienced a professional from 24 Hours Plumber in Toronto so that you can be guaranteed of reliable plumber services.
Your basement houses a significant section of your house’s plumbing system since the water service in most homes goes into the house passes through the cellar. In most cases, the basement houses gadgets such as a water meter, pressure reducing valve (PRV), a hot water system and a cut-off valve that regulates the main water. The leakages can occur on the valves and fixtures of these gadgets as well as in the household appliances like the laundry tray sinks and sump pumps that are connected to the basement drainage system. Leakages in your basement can be very hard for you to fix especially if the basement is closed. But, you can quickly deal with the problem with the help of high-quality plumber services. 24 Hours Plumber is your best choice for fixing any basement drains that might be bothering you. Do not suffer further while we are in town.
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