MT Drains & Plumbing Blog
Whether you’re a DIY type of person or rely on professionals, you need to know how to take care of your home’s foundations. After all,
Moisture always finds its way to the lowest point. Of course, being under the ground, the basement is the first line of defence. Every basement
Having a reliable commercial plumbing system can be a significant investment. With a functioning commercial plumbing system, you can quickly and safely dispose of water
The kitchen sink is one of the most used areas of your kitchen and can emit the foulest odours. All the food debris and grease
Because a basement is not a frequently visited area of a home, some problems in its walls and floors can go unchecked for months. Sometimes,
If you own a home with a basement, you understand the importance of keeping it dry. Once water enters your basement, it causes mold, mildew,
From taking a bath to cooking or doing laundry, you count on your plumbing system to supply water throughout your house and help you complete
The walls of your basement hold up not just the basement, but also the weight of the building above it. This means your basement walls
At a glance, basement waterproofing may seem simple, but it isn’t always so. Some parts of the basement require special attention when waterproofing or you’ll
If you’re facing water accumulation near your home’s foundation, you might be worried about structural damage. There are a few effective methods that can help
Drains are something that we take for granted. They take care of collecting all the waste from our homes, but we rarely spare a thought
When it comes to the plumbing in your home or business, you can’t afford to hire a plumber who doesn’t have experience. Unfortunately, this is
Picking the right plumber for your commercial needs is easy, right? After all, in a city like Toronto, there must be hundreds of companies and
A curtain drain is an underground trench that slopes downward. It usually begins around two feet below ground level and is one and a half feet wide. Gravel fills the hole to give the water somewhere to go. A French drain sits at ground-level. You can see the gravel even with the ground around it. These are frequently installed in yards or on lots that already have some slope to them. French drains can take advantage of the existing terrain and move water accordingly.
It’s tempting to think that there is little difference between residential and commercial plumbers. After all, they do the same kind of work — fix pipes and
Autumn is here and you should take advantage of that. The temperatures are lower (but not freezing yet) and rain isn’t too abundant (again, yet!).
Over time commercial buildings can suffer a lot of damage and abuse compared to residential building. If not addressed early on, some of these common
When it comes to plumbing issues, experienced Toronto plumbers know that most property owners wait until it’s too late to look into a small problem.
Most home owners tend to take their floor drains for granted. And that’s understandable. It takes a professional plumber to understand that floor drains
Now that spring is almost over, I’m sure you already organized your closets, gave your home a good scrub-down and prepared your backyard for summer.
Most people don’t think about their plumbing until it’s too late. You should think about your home the same way you think about your body.
More and more people today resort to basement lowering in Toronto. With property prices going up each year, it’s no surprise that home owners choose