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DryMax Waterproofing specializes in installing and maintaining systems for water, sewage, and drainage in residential buildings. We install, repair, and maintain pipes, fittings, and fixtures, such as sinks, toilets, and showers, as well as appliances, such as dishwashers and water heaters. Our team also diagnose and troubleshoot problems with plumbing systems and make necessary repairs. Additionally, DryMax plumbers may also install and maintain water lines and other water and drainage related systems.

Starting from full inspection we repair or replace appliances and fixtures.
Types of Plumbing Systems
There are several different types of plumbing systems, each designed to accomplish different tasks. A domestic plumbing system, the type most commonly found in the home, deals primarily with providing water and removing wastewater. An industrial plumbing system deals with transporting chemicals, gases, and other hazardous materials. Another type of system is an agricultural plumbing system, which sends water to gardens and fields and also removes contaminated water.
Plumbing Codes and Regulations
Plumbing is highly regulated in most places, and plumbing installations must meet certain minimum guidelines in order to ensure the safety and function of the plumbing system. To this end, there are a series of codes and regulations that must be followed in the practice of plumbing. These codes and regulations help to ensure that plumbing systems are installed correctly and safely, and that they provide the necessary function and reliability.
Plumbing Services We Provide in Toronto & GTA
Clogged bath, kitchen sink and toilet:

A clogged bathtub drain is a common plumbing problem where the water in the bathtub is not draining properly. This can be caused by a variety of factors such as hair, soap scum, and other debris accumulating in the drain, blocking the flow of water. The buildup of these materials can cause the drain to become slow or completely blocked, making it difficult to use the bathtub. To fix a clogged bathtub drain, a plumber may use a variety of tools such as a plunger, a drain snake, or a plumbing auger to remove the blockage. They may also use chemicals or other methods to clear the drain. If the clog is caused by a more serious issue such as a broken pipe or a malfunctioning drain trap, the plumber will need to repair or replace the affected parts.

Video inspection, repair and replacement:

Video drain inspection is a method of inspecting the interior of a drain or sewer pipe using a small camera that is inserted into the pipe. The camera is attached to a long, flexible cable that is fed into the pipe, allowing the plumber to see the inside of the pipe on a monitor. The camera is equipped with a light source that illuminates the interior of the pipe, and the video feed is transmitted back to the plumber in real-time.

During the inspection, the plumber can see the condition of the pipe, including any cracks, corrosion, or blockages. They can also determine the location of the blockage or problem, and determine the best course of action to repair or replace the pipe if necessary.

Video drain inspection is a non-invasive method of inspecting pipes, and it is less disruptive than other methods such as excavating the pipe. It also allows the plumber to identify the issues quickly and accurately, and make the necessary repairs more efficiently.

It is commonly used for inspecting the condition of sewer lines, drain lines, and underground pipes, as well as for identifying the cause of blockages, leaks and other issues.

Plumbing work in the bathroom:

Plumbing work in a bathroom involves installing, maintaining, and repairing the various systems that provide water and drainage in the bathroom. This includes:

During the inspection, the plumber can see the condition of the pipe, including any cracks, corrosion, or blockages. They can also determine the location of the blockage or problem, and determine the best course of action to repair or replace the pipe if necessary.

Water supply: This includes the installation of pipes, valves, and fixtures that bring fresh water into the bathroom for use in sinks, toilets, and showers.

Drainage: This includes the installation of pipes and fixtures that allow used water and waste to be transported away from the bathroom. This includes sinks, toilets, and shower/bath drains.

Venting: This includes the installation of pipes and vents that allow air to flow into and out of the bathroom, which helps to prevent the buildup of sewer gases and maintain proper drain function.

Water heating: This includes the installation of a water heater or the connection to a central system, if the bathroom has hot water fixtures such as a shower or bathtub.

Gas supply: If the bathroom has gas appliances such as water heaters or heating systems, plumbing work will include the installation of gas lines and the connection to the gas supply.

Water conservation: This includes the installation of low-flow fixtures and devices that help to conserve water and reduce utility costs.

Toilet repair:

Toilets, especially those in commercial properties, are prone to a lot of problems; such as clogging, overflowing, and flushing defects. Any reputable plumber should be able to address these problems during emergencies, but it’s also better to set up a proper waste disposal management and a regular preventive maintenance to avoid major repairs. Problematic restrooms in commercial spaces after all, can make a bad impression to customers and clients, that is why you should not wait until the problem worsens because it can also affect your office’s daily operations.

Leaks repair:

Leaks are so common that some households choose to ignore them until they affect the water bill or damage the structure’s integrity. Warning signs include damp or stained walls, ceilings or floors, running water from fixtures, and unusual noises coming from the pipes. While there are do-it-yourself tutorials on the Internet about how to fix leaks, sometimes the issue isn’t simply solved by looking for a defective pipe or fixture. Call a reliable plumber in Toronto to fix this problem, because some leaks are not easy to spot (these are called “silent leaks”), especially if the problem is in the piping system. An expert plumbing contractor will also be able to tell you if your house needs complete repiping, especially if it’s an old commercial property or apartment.

Drain cleaning:

The drains in the kitchen sinks and bathrooms will eventually accumulate dirt and debris over time no matter how much you keep them clean. That is why you should schedule a regular cleaning and maintenance with a licensed plumber who can effectively remove the dirt and debris to prevent drain clogging. Although there are commercial products that claim they can get rid of the accumulated materials in the drains that cause blockage, they do not work as intended all the time and might even aggravate the problem. If it’s an emergency, you should always keep the contact details of a trusted 24 hours plumber who can help you in no time.

Why is Plumbing Work So Important?

Plumbing is an important part of any building or structure. It is responsible for providing clean, drinkable water and for removing contaminated and dangerous.

When you trust our family owned and operated company for the service needs of your plumbing and waterproofing, you can count on Drymax to go the extra mile to ensure you are happy with the result. We aren’t satisfied unless you are!

Frozen pipes, major leaks, backups, problems with the water main and more can cause you to lose water. You should call a plumber quickly because either the water was turned off or the water that should be going into your home is leaking somewhere else.
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