Backwater Valves & Sump Pumps Installation Services in Toronto & The Entire GTA
Prevent Basement Flooding – Homeowners are eligible for a City of Toronto Backwater Valve city rebate of up to $3200.00 with our installation of a backwater valve to your property.
We install backwater valves and sump pumps to prevent your basements from flooding. Homeowners are eligible for a City of Toronto rebate of up to $3200.00 with our installation of a backwater valve to your property as well as the installation of a sump pump in your basement.
- We are qualified, bonded, and insured!
- Financing Available
- Seniors Discount
- No extra charges for weekends and evenings
- 25 Years warranty on all drain work
- 24 Hour Emergency Service
- Plumbing License P17784
What is a Backwater Valve?
A backwater valve is a special type of valve that can be installed at your property to prevent backflow from the sewer entering your home plumbing system. Under normal conditions this valve will remain open to let waste flow freely from your home into the public sewage system, but if water from the sewage system starts to back up, the valve will be lifted up by flap floats and sealed against a gasket, ensuring no sewage waste can flow back into your home. The valve automatically re-sets its position again once backflow has subsided.
A professionally installed backwater valve not only prevents flooding in your home, but also protects you against unsanitary conditions that can affect your health. New Canadian Drain & Plumbing have years of experience in the industry and are able to install backwater valves both inside and outside your home. Call us today for a free estimate.
What is a Sump Pump?
A sump pump can save you from a high costing wet basement repair, let one of our Toronto plumbers help you with this project. Emergency plumbing can be expensive so plan ahead and save yourself the headache. One study from the Society of Home Inspectors found that over 60 homes deal with basement moisture problems. There are two basic types of pumps. The first is called a pedestal pump which is taller and not usually as powerful as a submersible pump. These are good for occasional uses and are easily portable. The submersible pumps are usually more powerful, heavier and are meant to sit permanently at the bottom of the sump hole, As seen in the diagram.