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Pull Permits Before You Renovate, Save Time & Stress!

Posted on 3 May 2022
Pull Permits Before You Renovate, Save Time & Stress!
Interested in renovating the plumbing in your bathroom, kitchen or any other part of your home? Before you can begin any work towards improving your property, you need the right permits to ensure compliance with Ontario’s Building Code Act. Failing to pull permits could cause a wide range of problems down the line—from voiding your homeowners’ insurance to making it more difficult to sell your home later on. Read on to learn what you need to know about municipal requirement...
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Top Plumbing Trends 2022, Part 2

Posted on 15 February 2022
Top Plumbing Trends 2022, Part 2
In this week’s second installment of the top trends in plumbing focuses in how these technologies and features can be installed or retrofitted to your kitchen and bathrooms. Last week we touched on how touchless fixtures have continued to evolve and how you can combine these new technologies to increase your savings. Traditionally the bathrooms and kitchens have not been very efficient. Now that these new technologies are proven to provide the same long-term reliability we look for in ...
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Top Plumbing Trends 2022, Part 1

Posted on 8 February 2022
Top Plumbing Trends 2022, Part 1
Technology continues to factor heavily in fixture design as well as installations to have homes and facilities much more functional, economical and stylish. In this first of two--parts, we’ll cover the latest trends in fixtures. Younger homeowners have been driving the demand for “smart” technology in many areas, including the plumbing systems of where they live. The COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to technology and market disruption more than any other recent factor. The...
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COVID-19 Update 2022

Posted on 11 January 2022
COVID-19 Update 2022
It’s 2022 and we are all still concerned about the new variants of the COVID-19 virus. Our priority at PipeMasters & Oakridge Plumbing continues to be keeping our customers, staff and their families safe. With another round of restrictions underway in Southern Ontario, we continue to be available for critical plumbing services and repairs during these difficult times. Our commercial team is on standby to minimize any disruption in your operations. For more information on our service...
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Seniors Are Special And Receive A 10% Discount

Posted on 4 January 2022
Seniors Are Special And Receive A 10% Discount
Our PipeMasters team takes pride in offering discounts to our seniors as a way to give back to the community. We care about our seniors that have been the builders of the society we live in. Without them, our communities would not have succeeded as they have. It is our own small way to show them how much they are respected and acknowledged by our team. We welcome all our seniors to book our services and fix all their plumbing issues. Plumbing services are an essential part of every household...
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How a Plumber Can Fix Your Problems

Posted on 20 July 2021
If you've noticed plumbing issues coming up at your house, you might be tempted to try to resolve the problems yourself. After all, fixing the problem yourself rather than calling in a plumber can save you a lot of money if you know what you're doing. The trouble is, most homeowners don't know what they're doing, so by attempting to repair plumbing problems themselves they might only make matters worse. A professional plumber is capable of taking on just about any plumbing...
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Current Trends in the World of Plumbing

Posted on 8 March 2021
Technology weighs heavily in this year's top plumbing industry trends, from growing demand for smart homes to pipes that tell on themselves when they spring a leak. Consumers increasingly ask the plumbing industry for green living products, ways to reduce water usage and recycle water, and for touchless plumbing fixtures. Here's a quick overview of some current trends in the field you should be aware of before taking on any plumbing work. Smart fixtures: As younger generation...
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Common Plumbing Problems, Part II

Posted on 1 March 2021
This week, part two in our series of the most common plumbing issues you run into as a homeowner: Clogs / partial clogs: Another major source of frustration among homeowners are clogged pipes. Clogged toilets are pretty straightforward. The worst clogs may call for a pipe snake or professional, but otherwise, it's plunge away. Clogged sinks and drains can be a whole different story. When these get really bad, it can be tempting to reach for drain cleaners. Please, avoid pouring thes...
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Common Plumbing Problems, Part I

Posted on 22 February 2021
In this two-part series, we'll highlight the most common plumbing issues you run into as a homeowner. Plumbing problems can be an annoying bane to homeownership. You might be tempted to try to resolve the problems yourself. After all, fixing the problem yourself rather than calling in a plumber can save you a lot of money IF you know what you're doing. Unfortunately, most homeowners don't know what they're doing, and might only make matters worse. A professional plumber is...
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Sewer Backup Causes

Posted on 8 February 2021
Backed up sewers can cause thousands of dollars in damage to floors, electrical systems, walls, furniture and other belongings. Today we'll cover causes of sewer backups, what you as a homeowner are responsible for maintaining and steps you can take to protect your home against sewer problems. One sign of problems might be when you notice foul smells coming from your drains. In most areas you, the homeowner, are responsible for the maintenance and repair of the pipe from your house to...
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