There are a few things that make it obvious that you need to call in a plumber such as an overflowing toilet, a blocked drain, a leaky pipe, or annoyingly low water pressure. The thing is, not everyone understands the full scope of what a plumber is equipped to handle or how the house’s water system works. Doing so will help you not only better identify plumbing issues but it will allow you to better prepare for and perform preventative maintenance around your home.
The Rooter Team is well equipped to tackle any plumbing issue you may have, and we want to encourage you to get to know your house a little better to avoid any upsets in case of a plumbing emergency. Just like the heart pumps blood in your body, your water supply is like the circulatory system of your house. It incorporates two main functions: supply (bringing the water in) and drainage (taking the wastewater out).
Inbound: Understanding Your Home’s Fresh Water Supply
Clean water is brought into your home from a main water supply line or service line and then divvied up through your household piping system. This water is sent to both hot water and cold water system parts, eventually coming out at the various access points such as faucets.
Drainage And Wastewater In Your Home
When it comes to removing dirty, used or waste water from your home, there is a system of drains in place to safely, quickly and hygienically move it away. Whether this is from your pilot plumbing or simply used water from your basins or shower, grey water or sewage needs to be drained efficiently in order to keep everything running smoothly.
Trusted Plumbing Services You Can Always Rely On
We pride ourselves on providing all plumbing services including maintenance, installation, or repairs in an efficient and reliable manner. The Rooter Team technicians are dedicated, highly trained professionals that use their experience and empathy to provide the best level of service. Not only do we show respect to our clients from polite manners and respect for your time, to maintaining protective barriers such as plastic drop sheets that enable faster clean up, but we also offer our services at the same rate around the clock, every day of the week.
Contact our team today to discuss any plumbing queries or to book your plumber in Oakville. You can reach us by phone at 647-861-7191, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out our convenient contact form here. We look forward to hearing from you!