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Leaky Valve Plumber in Aurora – Same Day Plumbing Service

Preferred Plumbing Solutions Inc. is a top-notch leaky valve plumber in the city of Aurora, Toronto. Our team of seasoned and highly knowledgeable plumbers can provide same-day plumbing services, emergency plumbers, and residential plumbing services to all kinds of clients. Our commitment to excellence is evidenced by the fact that we have been run by Master Plumber Raphie Konsker since 2004.

High-Quality Repair Services

We strive to provide the highest standard of quality when it comes to leaky valve plumbing services in Aurora, Toronto. All our services are performed with utmost attention to detail, employing only the latest techniques and best practices in the industry. We use only high-quality materials and ensure that all installations are done properly, so you can rest assured that your leaky valves will be repaired safely and securely.

Furthermore, Preferred Plumbing Solutions Inc. offers unbeatable customer service with its friendly staff members who always keep their clients informed about the progress of their projects throughout their entire duration. We understand how hectic life can get and how valuable time is; our experienced technicians are able to respond quickly to any plumbing issue or concern you have from start to finish.

In addition, Preferred Plumbing Solutions Inc.’s team provides reliable after-sale support for all services rendered; we understand how important it is for our customers’ satisfaction for us to answer any questions or concerns they may have even after the job is complete. With over years of experience in dealing with leaky valves in Aurora, Toronto area homes and businesses, you can trust that you’re in good hands when choosing us as your plumber!

How to Fix Shut-Off Valve Leak

To fix a shut-off valve leak, you will need to follow these steps:

  • Locate the shut-off valve. This is typically located near the main water supply pipe for your home.
  • Turn off the water supply. Use the valve to shut off the water supply to the leaking valve.
  • Drain the pipes. Open the faucet or fixture that is closest to the shut-off valve to allow the water in the pipes to drain out.
  • Repair or replace the valve. If the valve is simply loose, you may be able to tighten it using a pipe wrench. If the valve is damaged, you will need to replace it.
  • Turn the water supply back on. Slowly turn the water supply back on, and check the valve for any additional leaks.

It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the location of your home’s shut-off valves so that you can quickly turn off the water supply in case of an emergency.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to Keep Your Pipes from Freezing

There are several steps you can take to prevent your pipes from freezing:

Insulate your pipes. This is especially important for pipes that are exposed to cold temperatures, such as those in an unheated basement or crawl space. Use pipe insulation or wrap the pipes with heat tape to keep them warm.
Keep the temperature in your home above freezing. Set your thermostat to at least 55°F, even when you are away from home.
Disconnect your garden hoses. Drain the water from your hoses and shut off the valve that supplies water to them.
Keep your cabinet doors open. This allows warm air to circulate around the pipes under your sink.
Let the faucet drip. Running a small stream of water through the pipes can help prevent them from freezing.
Keep the garage door closed. This can help protect the pipes that run through the garage from the cold.

By following these steps, you can help protect your pipes from freezing and avoid costly repairs.

How can weather cause a pipe to burst?
Generally, the rule of thumb is that when it’s cold, it contracts and when it’s warm, it expands. Not so with frozen pipes, as the ice buildup causes increased pressure inside your pipes, causing it to literally burst out of the pipe.

All that added pressure can sometimes cause the pipes to explode as it cannot contain the ice buildup in your plumbing system. Oftentimes, the pressure will build and burst right out of the pipe wall or a weak joint in the plumbing system.

Can a leaky toilet waste a lot of water?
Yes, a leaky toilet can waste a significant amount of water and contribute to higher water bills.
What is the difference between hard and soft water?
Here at Preferred Plumbing Solutions Inc., one of the most common questions we receive is about the differences between hard and soft water. Hard water contains minerals like calcium and magnesium, which can cause scale to build up in pipes and appliances over time. Soft water on the other hand, is free of those minerals, allowing soap to lather better and providing a gentler touch. In addition, soft water can assist with reducing soap scum in sinks and showers while helping reverse some of the damage caused by hard water. Ultimately, the key difference between hard and soft water has to do with those mineral levels and their effects on plumbing systems.
How long does it take to repair a burst pipe?
The time it takes to repair a burst pipe will depend on the extent of the damage and the complexity of the repair. Our Local professional plumber will be able to provide a more accurate estimate.
How can I book a service call?

To book a service call with us, simply give us a call at 905-597-8555.

We look forward to working with you soon!

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