Do you have a plumbing emergency? We respond to all plumbing and drain needs in the Fort York area of Toronto. Established in 1998, we have nearly 15 years of professional experience serving this community. Combine that with our technical expertise, and we can solve every plumbing need from a running toilet, to the upgrading of your water service.
Everyone has experienced a clog every now and again. When faced with a clogged, drain, it’s a good idea to call the plumber. These are usually evidence that the draining system has gone for a while without a good cleaning. Just dealing with the surface problem (the clog) can leave the rest of the system ready to break down or clog.
This is why we offer a comprehensive CCTV inspection, followed up by a hydro-jet drain cleaning, to leave your pipes squeaky clean and ready to evacuate your wastewater. A hydro-jet cleaning unit uses pressurized water, which is shot into a drain pipe. The water blasts the innards of the pipe clean, getting rid of grease build-ups, scale, and foreign objects that cause clogs and reduce flow.
We do offer all manner of plumbing repairs. As with the drain clogging situation above, when a piece of a system breaks down and needs to be repaired, an inspection of the entire system should be conducted. By having one of our Fort York plumbers look over your system, you are ensuring that any hidden problems are recognized and dealt with.
Don’t take the chance with a random handyman, when you deal with us, you are getting professionals who are dedicated to the plumbing trade. Our plumbing techs are extremely competent, knowledgeable, and experienced. They know how to find and fix just about any possible plumbing problem.
Here we are. Licensed, bonded, and insured, we have been serving the Fort York area for years. Absolute Draining & Plumbing provide excellent customer service, fast response times, and an amazing top-tier emergency plumbing service.
We can help you with your every plumbing and drain need, call us today 416-252-5557.
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