To our valued and loyal customers:
As the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) continues to interrupt daily life, Ray Plumbing team in Toronto wants to assure homeowners and business customers that we are taking all precautionary steps and procedures to support our employees and customers stay safe and healthy during this unprecedented time.
Open 24 HR, Fully Staffed, and Ready to support and provide Plumbing & Drain Services to Greater Toronto Area Community:
Ray Plumbing Toronto team of plumbers is ready to help and provide plumbing and drain services 24 hours seven days a week and anytime you may need us. We’re still operating under our normal hours of operation: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We’re carefully monitoring the COVID-19 situation and strictly following government health and safety guidelines to minimize the spread of the virus and protect our customers and employees in GTA community.
Plumbers are considered Essential Service Providers :
All Ray plumbing plumbers and contractors who visit your residential on commercial place will follow to our high standards of cleanliness, safety, and hygiene before, during, and after every service visit.
In order to ensure maximum effectiveness, we’ve instructed our service technicians to uphold and enhance our already strict cleaning and disinfecting measures to ensure the safest possible work environment. Additionally, we’re following CDC (Centers for Disease Control) guidelines recommended to stop the spread of the virus, including:
Please contact Ray Plumbing team at (416)876-6679 or email@example.com, if you have concerns about specific Ray Plumbing safety precautions, procedures, or hours of operation. Please note that the COVID-19 situation is changing rapidly. Accordingly, Ray Plumbing will ensure to stay up to date and make any necessary adjustments or changes to our processes in order to best serve our Toronto community and ensure the safety of our employees and customers.
Ray Plumbing North York Toronto Fall Winter Plumbing Tips
Excessive temperature changes, humidity rise and fall, can all have an impact on your plumbing system during Fall and Winter months. Some homeowners take their plumbing maintenance for granted and sooner or later need to get a help from a plumber to deal with issues such as burst pipes, clog drain or leaky faucets. At Ray Plumbing North York Toronto, we are providing you with some basic plumbing tips which will assist you in maintaining your plumbing system working efficiently regardless of the weather outside. For us living in Toronto, considering the climate, plumbing maintenance is very important, our technicians at Ray Plumbing North York are available 24/7 to provide Emergency Plumbing Services in North York. Below are list of some simple plumbing tips during Fall and Winter.
One of the most common causes of burst pipe is extreme temperature changes. When the water becomes frozen, it will put a great amount of pressure on the pipes. While most pipes are designed to withstand these climate changes, they might eventually burst if they expand and contract every season. Insulating your pipes with strips of polyethylene is a simple task that can be easily done. Pipes that are in garages and attics are most disposed to burst, and they need to be inspected at least once every year. Interesting article by Consumerreports:
It is much easier to fix a leaky pipe or faucet when the weather is quite pleasant outside. Once the weather starts to cool down, cracks and holes will start to expand as the water begins to freeze around the damage. Faucet leaks and slow drips can usually be fixed by replacing the gaskets or tightening the pins. Larger cracks and holes in your pipes should only be taken care of by an experienced plumber. Most home repair kits are only designed to be temporary solutions, and damaged pipes can burst when the temperature drops below freezing. Plumbing system should always be examined
Water heaters must be examined multiple times a year in order to run efficiently. Just before fall and winter, you need to completely drain and refill the water heater to get rid of any residue. As you are draining the tank, you must allow the water to run through the system until it is completely clean. If your water heater is making any noises or generating uncommon smells, then it needs to be inspected by a licensed plumber in Toronto. These issues are usually caused by thick layers of residue that should be drained and removed with professional tools.
All of the faucets that will be visible to freezing temperatures should be turned off and drained. Depending on the structure of your plumbing system, there might be a drain on each individual faucet or a single drain near the primary shut-off valve. Also all of the hoses from the faucets should be removed and stored indoors. Most plastic and rubber products are not made to withstand the elements, and therefore they will most likely become damaged if they are left outside during fall and winter. If these hoses are not removed, they can eventually create quite a bit of pressure inside the faucets and end up cracking the gaskets or valves.
Ray Pluming in North York Toronto is available 24/7 all across GTA to provide Emergency Plumbing Services.
The transition to spring and summer is amazing, but it’s also the time to take action to avoid potential problems with your plumbing and drain systems. Here are some tips from Ray Plumbing to get your home in shape for warm weather along with saving energy and money.
If pipes in your house are frozen, below are five things you should do and one thing you should NOT do:
When temperature starts falling, the risk of your pipes being frozen and bursting is high. In fact, burst pipes are one of the most common causes of property damage during cold weather and can cause thousands in water damage, easily $4,500 or more. The pipes most at risk are those in unheated interior spaces such as basements, attics, and garages. But even pipes running through cabinets or exterior walls are potential to freeze.
Fall is coming and you know what that means – for us living in Toronto, winter will be here before you can imagine. Right now is a great time to make sure your home is prepared for the cold, below are some other plumbing tips for the season:
If the water pressure is very reduced and humble in your shower it may be due to lime-scale build up. Always try to keep your shower heads clean, at least every three months. If the scale is too bad it may be a better idea to get either a new hose, or a new shower head.
Below you may find some quick and easy methods to avoid plumbing problems from occurring after the seasons have changed and we are approaching Spring: … Read More
In attached photo, are every single part assembled in your household sinks, this will be useful if you face any sink issue to find out where the problem is arising from.