Every home needs water for their day to day use. The water used in your home through your sinks, showers and faucets runs through the plumbing system by way of a labyrinth of pipes in the underbelly of your home. Most days the plumbing system will run smoothly, but sometimes there will be faults in the system which will require professional assistance. As homeowners, there will always be cosmetic changes to your home through new fixtures or upgrading your pipe systems. Maintenance checks are important to do around your home to ensure everything is working properly.
However when things go awry and there are leaks or other water related issues, it’s important to have the correct measures in place to tackle these concerns. At Preferred Plumbing Solutions, your local plumbers near you, we work in residential homes, including houses, condos and apartment buildings. Whether it’s doing a bit of maintenance around the home, upgrading a fixture, stopping a leak or fixing a water issue, we’re here to help you! Some of our full range of plumbing services we feel are essential to all homeowners include:
Get your kitchen drain cleaned and receive a complimentary bathroom sink drain cleaning!
Available throughout June, 2023. Call us for more details!
Appointments are based on availability.
Residential Plumbing Services
We provide a variety of residential services to our customers including:
Noisy Pipe Fixes
Call Us For Residential Plumbing Matters
Ask us about our water treatment services and how this can help your home!
When it comes to your residential plumbing system, we’re always here to help you! Ask us how we can help you with all your home plumbing needs and we’ll be sure to give you the right solutions! See the complete list of our plumbing services in Toronto. Preferred Plumbing Solutions Inc provides plumbing in Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill and the surrounding areas.
Give us a call at 905-597-8555 and we would be glad to answer any questions you may have for your residential plumbing matters.
Frequently Asked Questions
My toilet is making weired noises, should I be concerned?
There is a wet mark on my ceiling but no water, is this a problem?
Yes, it may be a very slow leak or perhaps it’s intermittent, either way, it should be investigated.
How long does a toilet last?
It totally depends on the mineral level in the water. Some toilets will need servicing or replacing at the 5 year mark, some may last 20 years.