Commercial Plumbing FAQ
Caledon Creek Mechanical Ltd plumbers have been serving local businesses for a number of years helping you resolve complicated and nuisance plumbing issues for good. Here is a list of some of the most common inquiries we receive, and the answers to your questions:
Q1. Why do my pipes make sounds?
A1. Pipes that make sounds are usually caused by improper pressure in the lines. Loose strapping is another factor that can cause pipes to be louder than usual.
Q2. Why do I have low pressure?
A2. There are several possible culprits for low water pressure:
- a) There is a closed shut-off valve that needs to be reopened.
- b) You have a blocked faucet.
- c) There is an obstruction in the supply line.
- d) You have a leak sucking pressure out somewhere along the line.
Q3. Where can I find the main shut-off water valve in my property?
A3. The main shut-off valve is usually located on the ground level along the perimeter of the property and most often looks like a brass wheel that you must turn. If you have trouble locating it, you can look on your property inspection report to review its hiding spot.
Q4. What should I do during a plumbing emergency?
A4. The first thing you should do during any plumbing emergency is to give us a call. We answer our phones 24/7/365 so we can guide you through emergency situations with expert advice as soon as you pick up the phone.
To speak to a registered plumber or to request a no-obligation quote, give our local office a call today.