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Ideal Rooter's Reliable Sewer Installation Services

Ideal Rooter is your reliable sewer installation expert in Toronto. Our commitment to offering competent sewer and drainage solutions ensures that plumbing backups cause as little disruption as possible.

We understand the inconvenience that sewer problems can create, which is why we commit to providing efficient and dependable services. We’re well-prepared to manage all of your sewer installation needs because we’ve spent years clearing obstructions, executing necessary repairs, and performing preventive maintenance.

Ideal Rooter is dedicated to providing solutions with the greatest attention and precision. We use cutting-edge equipment and techniques to ensure that your plumbing system runs smoothly and efficiently, eliminating future clogs.

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Sewer Preventative Maintenance

Preventing sewage problems is frequently the best approach, and Ideal Rooter excels at this. Preventive maintenance is available to keep your sewer system clear and your plumbing problems at bay. Our experienced crew performs routine inspections and cleanings, removing probable blocking causes such as oil, hair, and debris. Preventative maintenance keeps your sewer system working smoothly while avoiding costly repairs and unforeseen plumbing crises.

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Sewer Emergency Repairs

When a sewer problem emerges, you require a dependable and prompt response. Ideal Rooter is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, ready to handle any sewage installation problem quickly and competently. We recognize the critical nature of these situations and are committed to providing immediate assistance. With Ideal Rooter, you can be confident that your sewer will be cleared and your plumbing will be restored fast, removing the stress of a clogged sewer.

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Ideal Rooter's Unwavering Commitment to Excellence

Ideal Rooter’s commitment to perfection is the foundation of our service when it comes to sewage installation. We take pride in providing a level of dedication and quality that distinguishes ourselves in the business.

Our dedication begins with our highly trained team of experts that are not just knowledgeable in their fields but also passionate about providing exceptional solutions to our customers. We invest in their training on a regular basis and keep them up to date on the newest sewer and drainage repair techniques and technologies.

We are devoted to providing transparent service and will always provide a detailed explanation of the problem and alternative solutions before beginning any work. This guarantees that you understand the process well and can make informed judgments.

What is going on? "Ready for Seamless Sewer Installation?"

Don’t let sewer issues ruin your day. Ideal Rooter is available to solve your sewer installation problems promptly and efficiently. Our professionals are ready 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to give excellent sewer and drainage solutions. Say goodbye to clogs and hello to trouble-free plumbing. Contact Ideal Rooter immediately for immediate assistance and a faultless sewer system. Your comfort and pleasure are only a phone call away.


It would help if you considered what you flush the toilet with. But what happens to the sewage water? The used water generally flows into the municipal sewer system when you empty a sink, take a shower, watch the dishwasher operation halt, or see the washer completely whirling. Wastewater flows from the drainage system of a house into a new sewer line, then through ever larger pipes until it reaches a wastewater treatment facility.

However, most artificial infrastructure pieces, including drainage systems, are prone to damage or failure, resulting in sewage backups and other adverse outcomes. Because almost every home has a sewage system, it’s critical to understand the principles of sewer line installation, common sewer problems, and routine sewer maintenance. People frequently take sewer for granted because it is a larger pipe. And this leads to unanticipated complications and plumbing issues that are difficult to ignore.

Ideal Rooter & Heating is here to help you with any draining issues, including sewer pipe installation, Cleaning, and inspections.

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How might the installation of a sink drain hurt your sewer?

Although an undersink drain and a sewer are distinct, it is essential to remember that they are linked and rely on one another.

The procedures for installing a sink drain will differ based on how different the newer sink is from the previous one and what other components are installed. The new sink, for example, maybe more profound than the previous one, needing some adjustment of the branch drain pipe connection penetrating the wall. If you are also installing a garbage disposal as part of the new sink installation, the installation may be substantially more difficult.

Although many drain trap kits include flexible, corrugated pipes to facilitate installation, skilled plumbers rarely use them since the sharp grooves are prone to catching oil and food particles and causing jams that go further to the sewer and pile there. Choose smooth pipes that have been precisely cut to size to ensure proper drain water flow.

Considerations for Shower Drain Installation

The shower drain is the second most crucial plumbing component in your home that affects the lifespan of the sewer line. The kitchen sink receives more food and oil, but have you ever considered how much waste your shower generates? Hair, when coupled with dead skin particles, grease, and various personal hygiene products, seems like a ticking time bomb, jeopardizing the health of any sewer. Hair blockages are one of the most common causes of sewer backups, as they travel down the shower drain and reach the sewer, where they stack up and grow into something no one wants to see before supper.

The remedy is as simple as it appears: appropriate shower drain installation (including drain traps and pipe diameter selection) and correct shower drain maintenance. Hair and pet fur will be caught in traps. Regular drain cleaning with a degreaser will take care of the remainder – the ability of clogs to attach and expand.

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How does installing a toilet drain pipe affect the sewer system?

The wrong installation of the toilet drain pipe, like the shower drain, can bring disasters from the depths of your sewer up to the surface and destroy your daily coziness. It is not so much about the method of installing the toilet drain pipe as it is about how you treat it afterward. Aside from its larger width when compared to in-house drainage, the sewage line is susceptible to items flushed down the toilet. Large amounts of toilet paper, wipes, and cat litter are commonly considered flushable, but there is no guarantee that they will not stay down the pipe, causing your sewage waste to reverse its route and return to your bathroom floor. This is how the toilet backup begins. From snaking to digging up your sewage, the results can be disastrous. The general guideline is that if something does not need to be flushed, it is better to dispose of it in garbage.

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Installation of a septic tank - a dependable sewer alternative?

A sewer line appears necessary, but what if the main sewer line is so far away that connecting to it is irrational? Septic tank installation is the sole solution for residential properties in rural areas. Septic systems, like cesspools, are frequently regarded as old-fashioned. But that is incorrect. Modern septic systems are so technologically advanced and intricate that they can be likened to automobiles. Moreover, a properly designed septic provides total control and access to your private sewage treatment system, which you can easily clean and maintain once every couple of years. In contrast, sewer owners live in continual terror of digging up the entire yard.

However, adequate septic system treatment is also required. To choose the proper type, install it correctly, and then maintain it to keep your Plumbing trouble-free, you’ll need the advice of a reputable professional. Ideal Rooter & Heating is here to assist!

When a sewer line must be replaced

When sewer line replacement is essential, it appears to be a nightmare for any homeowner, with his yard being torn apart by tranches and the job prices exceedingly high. But that is no longer the case. Fortunately, even a difficult task like sewer line replacement may be completed without a hitch.

The worldwide push to renovate and replace sewage infrastructure has reached alarming proportions. Repairing or renovating is only sometimes doable. When the construction of a pipe is no longer sustainable or gets hydraulically overloaded, it must be changed. The pipe-breaking method is used for many pipe replacement procedures, which minimizes the requirement for exposed excavations. This is referred to as trenchless sewer line installation. Professional plumbers dig only two small maintenance holes instead of digging up the entire yard, and everything else is done underground using advanced technology. Your old sewer line may be replaced with a new one in a day and will last for years.

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frequently asked question

Our Frequently Asked Questions section is a valuable resource where we provide detailed answers to common inquiries about our plumbing and drain services. Whether you’re curious about our service offerings, pricing, emergency response times, or any other aspect of our business, you’ll find comprehensive information here. We believe in transparency and aim to address your concerns upfront, so you can make informed decisions about your plumbing needs.

A sewer line installation usually consists of multiple steps. To begin, you must obtain the proper permissions and approvals from your local municipality, as sewer line installation is strictly controlled for both safety and environmental reasons. Once you’ve obtained the necessary permits, you must hire a licensed plumber to complete the installation. Here’s a rundown of the installation procedure:
1. Permitting: Obtain all required permits and approvals from local authorities.
2. Excavation: The plumber will dig a trench where the sewage line will be installed. The trench depth is critical to guarantee that the sewage line is below the frost level, preventing freezing in cold areas.
3. Installation of Sewer Line: The sewer line is carefully installed in the trench by local building norms and regulations.
4. Backfilling: Following the installation of the sewer line, the trench is backfilled with earth to ensure correct compaction.
5. Inspection: A local authority or a plumbing inspector may be required to inspect the installation to ensure it complies with regulations and is safe.
The procedure may differ depending on local regulations and the specifics of your property.

Sewer lines are classified into two types:
1. Sanitary Sewer Lines: Sanitary sewer lines transport wastewater from residences, businesses, and industrial buildings to wastewater treatment plants. This sewer pipe handles human waste and various types of home or business effluent.
2. Storm sewer lines, on the other hand, collect rainfall and runoff from roadways, roofs, and other surfaces. To minimize flooding, they route runoff to storm drains and away from occupied areas.
These two types perform unique functions and must not be combined to prevent stormwater contamination of the sanitary sewage system.

Sewer lines can be built from various materials, each with benefits and perfect applications. Materials that are commonly used include:

  1.   PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride): Due to its durability, lightweight nature, and corrosion resistance, PVC is a popular choice for sewer lines. It is frequently utilized in residential and light business wastewater systems.
  2.   Cast Iron: Cast iron is a heavy-duty material frequently utilized in high-traffic regions or locations with unstable soil conditions. It is solid and resistant to damage, but its weight makes installation more difficult.
  3.   Concrete: Concrete sewage lines are typically used for large-diameter sewer systems or in places where groundwater levels are high. The concrete substance is solid and long-lasting.

Local restrictions, budget constraints, and the specific demands of your sewer system should all be considered when selecting a material.

Installing a sewer line has various benefits, including:
1. Improved Sanitation: Sewer lines serve an essential role in public health by transporting wastewater away from homes and businesses, lowering the risk of diseases caused by inadequate sanitation.
2. Increased Property Value: Sewer hookups increase the value of a property, making it more appealing to potential purchasers or tenants.
3. Environmental Protection: Sewer lines carry wastewater to treatment plants, where hazardous pollutants are eliminated before the purified water is safely discharged into the environment, thereby protecting local ecosystems and water quality.

Sewer lines can develop a variety of problems over time, including:
1. Clogs: Hair, oil, food particles, and other objects can clog sewer systems, resulting in delayed drainage or backups.
2. Leaks: Because of cracks, breaks, or corrosion, sewer pipes can develop leaks, contaminating the surrounding environment.
3. Root Invasion: Tree roots can enter sewer lines, creating blockages and pipe damage.
4. Collapsed Lines: Sewer lines may collapse or become misaligned in regions with unstable soil conditions or excessive traffic, necessitating repairs or replacement.
Regular inspection and maintenance can aid in the prevention and resolution of these issues.

Consider the following methods to maintain your sewer line and avoid common problems:
1. Avoid Flushing Non-Biodegradable Objects: Avoid flushing non-biodegradable things such as baby wipes, sanitary products, cotton balls, and other foreign objects into the toilet or sink.
2. Proper Grease and Oil Disposal: Avoid pouring grease or oil down the drain, as they can solidify and contribute to sewage line clogs.
3. Regular Drain Cleaning: Professionally clean your drains once or twice a year to eliminate collected dirt and prevent obstructions.
4. Routine Inspections: Inspect your sewer line regularly for signs of deterioration, such as leaks, root infiltration, or blockages. Early detection can help to avoid more severe problems.
Regular maintenance and proper usage can extend the life of your sewer line and reduce the need for costly repairs or replacements.


WHAT our customers say

Sepideh Ramandi
Sepideh Ramandi
Fast, quick service! They saved me when I was in a tight bind and helped prevent the problem from getting worse. Would recommend!
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Nafiseh Hajikhani
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