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Flow-Tech For Your Home
Hard water causes plumbing parts in homes to wear off quickly. There’s a solution that Preferred Plumbing Solutions has been applying in Toronto East. Safe water and make your house energy-efficient with a Flow-Tech water system. When you drink water that has run through copper pipes, you’re actually drinking sedimentary copper. The water picks it up as it travels through the pipes, though you’d never notice it drinking a single glass. Over time, the consumption of copper – even in small amounts – can cause serious health complications.
The other issue with copper pipes is that oxidation inevitably wears them down until you end up with a problem, possibly a serious one. Oxidation is a chemical reaction that occurs when oxygen comes into contact with copper. It takes time, but this inevitably wears downpipes until you end up with a problem, usually in the form either of a leak or a burst pipe. That’s why Toronto East, Toronto Preferred Plumbing Solutions uses pex piping. With pex piping, there isn’t any sediment that the water can pick up, meaning that you and your family need not worry about consuming copper or any other ferrous material from the pipes in your home.
Unlike copper piping, pex piping is also guaranteed not to wear out or wear thin. That means that you’re far less likely to end up with a leak or burst pipe – unless, of course, there’s a specific cause beyond simple wear.
We want you to think of us as your plumber near you for the job at hand as well as the future. Call Toronto East, Toronto Preferred Plumbing Solutions now to learn more about how we can meet your plumbing needs, whatever they may be.
Covering the greater part of the Beaches community in south Toronto, Toronto East has become a new hotbed of a community in the GTA. Stretching to Danforth Avenue and over part of Lake Ontario, Toronto East incorporates other neighborhoods such as Riverdale, Leslieville, and East Danforth. Originally colonized in around 1850, it slowly became its municipality due to the growing amounts of immigrants and citizens. When the CN freight yard 1908 moved away from Toronto East to Belleville and Etobicoke, it opened up to new housing development and a bustling residential area.
Many houses and complexes still exist from that time as well as new housing developments in the area. Maneuvering around the different housing structures and piping environments in the area, Toronto East has been one of Preferred Plumbing’s locations since our inception in 2004.
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