What Happens to Sewage? The sewage management process after you flush It’s the one question that’s been bothering you every minute, of every day, since the very beginning… The one question keeping you up at night… The one question keeping you going… What happens to the doo-doo after you flush the toilet? Well, strap yourselves…
Hey Oakville, John THE Plumber here! With 15 years and counting in business, we carry the most state of the art tools that the plumbing industry has to offer. One of them being a high-pressure water cleaning system known as a Hydro Jet. Hydro Jetting is highly effective when it comes to handling grease and general muck.
Nothing turns the feeling of comfort upside down than coming home after a long day of surviving the cold outside to take a nice long hot shower – only to experience cold water coming out at you. Hot water blasting out of our showerheads is a luxury many of us simply take for granted – until it isn’t working.
Spring is probably the most welcome time of the year. Most of the snow is either melted or it’s getting close, the temperatures outside has started to warm up and the roads are no longer full of that salt and sand grit that mucks up your foyer all winter. Spring is a season known for cleaning and freshening one’s home; it’s also a good time to do look over of your house see if you have any plumbing issues that need to be cleaned up as well.
Noise from your toilet should never be ignored; it is a signal that something is wrong, and ignoring it can make the situation worse and more expensive. So, we decided to share with you some “toilets sounds” in order to aid you in assessing what the issue could be.
If plumbing is not something that you are familiar with, you may be confused if you have received a notice in the mail from the City of Oakville requiring you to install a backflow preventer for their Backflow Prevention Program. Here at John the Plumber Oakville we want to help you understand what it being asked of you and why, and thought we would write this blog for you to help explain what backflow prevention is all about.
Albeit other areas of Ontario traditionally experience more extreme winter temperatures, it would appear Mother Nature has plans for you as well this year Oakville. We have noted your weather predictions; it states you are in for more snow and cold than normal.
It’s important to remember all things that aid in the running of your pools and sprinkler systems all summer long, two of them being your outdoor pipes and their faucets. The weather in general is not what is used to be (more predictable), and here at John the Plumber we feel it’s critical that you have access to this fall checklist to avoid frozen pipes and ultimately expensive water damage once the cold hits Oakville.
As another hot summer ends in Oakville, our office is well prepared and waiting for the phone to begin ringing as it does every year at this time to inquire about sump pumps. Autumn and spring experience heavy rainfalls and run-off in this area, and we get a flood of calls (pardon the pun!), with the W-5 on sump pumps and how they work.