Open Everyday - 7am to 10pm
Absolute Draining & Plumbing
Residential & Commercial
Plumbing & Drain Experts

All posts in General

a view of workers excavating with a 'do not' symbol in front, promoting use of trenchless drain repair services in toronto

Whether it is a home or a business, broken or failing underground pipes can be a real problem. When a property owner realizes that an underground sewer or water line needs to be replaced or repaired, it can cause a lot of stress. They think about how extensive the work is going to be, and they wonder about how much of the ground is going to need to be disturbed in the process.

As a property owner in Toronto, what you may not realize is that many underground pipe repairs can be done without having to dig up the pipe. With a plumber that specialises in trenchless drain repair, the work can be done with a limited impact on the ground around the area of the repair. In this post, we are going to look at two of the most popular methods for trenchless drain repair in Toronto.
Read more

woman reading top toronto plumbing blog

We’ve been actively posting on our blog for a few years now, with such a variety of topics in plumbing to cover it’s no surprise that we’ve touched on most of the large issues while making an effort to raise awareness of smaller, lesser-known issues. Hyper-focusing our content on smaller-geographic regions in some case has been necessary to achieve these goals. But this post is a little different and the start of a short series – we’ll be taking a look back at some of our posts presenting plumbing and drain problems still affecting many people across the Greater Toronto, Etobicoke, and Mississauga regions.

Read more

man inspecting plumbing

It may not seem like it, but plumbers are in high demand these days. They offer a vital service, so they’ll be in demand now and well into the future, but plumbers are especially popular in Mississauga. It’s not just because the town is booming, but it’s also because of the past few years we’ve had as a city. Here’s 3 reasons our Mississauga plumbers are in demand right now. Read more

plumbing problems caused this leaking pipe

Plumbing is complicated work but also something that every person should understand to some extent. After all, you don’t need to call a plumber every single time your toilet is clogged. Some things are best left to the professionals, but other, smaller plumbing jobs should be something you can totally handle yourself. Here are 3 common plumbing problems everyone should know how to fix. Read more

pipe severance and capping in toronto

The GTA has been struggling this year with flooding despite having a beautiful summer. Homes all over the city have experienced severe flooding that have damaged their precious belongings, ruined their homes, and cost them thousands of dollars. Thankfully, Toronto has a number of flood control specialists who can provide you with options to preventing flooding in your home for this year and well into the future. Read more

woman standing next to newly installed dishwasher with son

Anyone who has installed a dishwasher before can tell you one thing: it’s a lot harder than it seems. If it was simply a matter of attaching a couple of hoses, then no one would need a plumber for dishwasher installation. But, as it turns out, installing a dishwasher is tricky business and best left to the professionals, even your home insurance provider agrees. Read more

plumbing problems caused this leaking pipe

This week, we would like to take some time to answer some of the questions we get asked on a daily basis. This should be a good read for just about anyone, and we will cover a large variety of plumbing related topics. If there is a good response to this post, we may make a regular thing out of answering readers’ questions on the blog. Read more

Canadian watershed

Today we will talk a bit about the watersheds that are home to our nation’s water supply. We’ll also cover a bit about how pollution could ruin these valuable natural resources, and what you can do around the home to help alleviate the effects of pollution on our watersheds. Canada uses more water per capita than any other nation, due largely to the abundant water resources supplied to us by our watershed areas. Read on to discover what these areas are, what the risks are, and who’s helping to maintain our water supply. Read more