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Nine Plumbing Issues That Could Be Signs Of Bigger Problems

Maybe you’ve experienced the annoying drip of a leaky faucet, keeping you up when you’re trying to sleep. But you put up with it and the small bump in your water bill — you’re too busy, got things to do, you’ll get to it later… But problems with your plumbing shouldn’t be treated lightly. What may seem insignificant or only a minor annoyance could actually be a warning of bigger problems. Even a small water leak in your home can lead to significant damage from mold or rot. With plumbing, you should heed the time-honored advice that “A stitch in time saves nine.” Here are eight common plumbing issues and telltales that could be signs of bigger problems that you should address right away. Weak Water Flow Are you experiencing weak water flow with one of your faucets? Or are you having issues throughout your home? In the first case, the solution is usually a simple one; in the latter, there may be some larger systemic issues that need to be addressed right away. Low water pressure at a single faucet is usually caused by a clogged aerator in the faucet. It’s a simple fix, and one that shouldn’t be put off, since if cleaning the aerator doesn’t solve the problem you may have a clog in the pipe. If your water pressure is low throughout the house you may have a clog in the main water line or a leak somewhere in the system. If this is a sudden issue, consult with a plumber right away. Spiking Water Bills If you experience sticker shock when you open your monthly water bill, you may have a serious problem that needs to be addressed right away. In some circumstances, the solution may be as simple as fixing a running toilet, but in more extreme cases you may have a break in your water line. Here’s a simple way to check. Turn off the water to your home at the main shut-off valve and then examine your water meter. If it’s still running there’s a break in the water line leading into the house. Time to call a plumber right away! Slow Drain(s) We’ve all experienced a slow drain or a clogged toilet at some point in our lives. And usually, it’s something that’s pretty easy to handle with a plunger or a commercial drain cleaner. If the problem is limited to […]

Advantages of Hiring a Local Plumber

When it comes to your plumbing system, it’s best to hire some near you. There are many advantages of hiring a local plumber that every homeowner should know to avoid any serious complications and to build a strong community connection. Find out more about these benefits below. Fast Response Times Plumbing emergencies happen—pipes burst, water heaters leak, and rooms flood. Fortunately, plumbers can respond quickly to the needs of their customers, which is incredibly important for local residences and businesses. If you experience any issues, call your local plumber for a faster response. It’s important to note that local plumbers may charge service fees for after-hour requests—check with your local plumber on their hours, rates, and policies. High Work Quality On top of that, local plumbers should be certified and possess the right tools for the job. Professional plumbers know the importance of high-quality plumbing services in regard to everything from sinks to underground pipes. Not to mention, local plumbers strive for quality in all their work so that their clients will spread the word about their businesses. This means they won’t cut corners on their job quality. Do your research on different plumbers in your area to see which one offers the best quality service at the best price point. Local Knowledge and Expertise Another advantage of hiring a local plumber is that they know the area. Local plumbers understand these specifics and know the proper way to handle any issue. Additionally, local water supplies and municipalities can affect your home’s water system. Old homes, new models, and small or large houses are nothing new to an experienced plumber. Excellent Customer Service Lastly, great customer service is a rarity today. With so many box stores selling the same products or services, connecting with a local business can be challenging. In the past, customers knew the owners of local businesses because they were the only one of their type in that location. Due to changing times, this is no longer the case. Still, hiring a local plumber will rebuild that connection and trust. They’ll listen to your needs and expectations. Word-of-mouth is one of the top ways to stay in business, so when your local plumber finishes a job, remember to tell your friends, family members, and neighbors so that they can hire them, too. Commercial buildings can benefit from these local services as well. Whether you’re looking for residential […]


WHAT ARE THE MOST COMMON PLUMBING PROBLEMS? The most common plumbing problems are clogged drains and toilets, leaky faucets and pipes, water heater issues, low water pressure, and a running toilet. Each of these issues requires a different solution that we will cover below. You don’t realize how much you rely on plumbing until you start having issues. A dripping faucet here, a slow drain there — as your home ages, it’s natural to have some plumbing problems. Some of those issues are simple enough to DIY without much difficulty. Others come with some potential dangers and are better left to the professionals. Being aware of the common plumbing problems and solutions helps you know when to grab your tool belt and when to call the plumber. CLOGGED DRAINS AND TOILETS You can spot clogged drains when you see water backing up as you empty a sink or take a shower. For a toilet clog, the signs are often more immediate. Instead of flushing normally, the water backs up in the toilet bowl and may even overflow. Clearing the blockage typically restores your drains or toilet back to normal with a little DIY work or a visit from a plumber. What Causes the Problem: Slow or clogged drains occur when something blocks the drain partially or completely. In sinks and showers, hair is often the culprit, but other items, such as a shampoo lid or small toy, may enter the drain and block the pipe. In toilets, the problem often comes when something other than dissolvable waste enters the toilet and gets flushed. Those solid items cannot move through the pipe, so they stay put, making it difficult or impossible for water to flow past the blockage and down the pipes. How to Fix Clogged Drains and Toilets: Start with a plunger to help remove the clog. A plunger works on both toilets and on drains. The simple plumbing tool helps loosen clogs using air pressure. Place the open end of the plunger completely over the drain and move it up and down to create suction. If you can draw the blockage close enough, use tweezers or pliers to grab the clump and remove it from the drain. Chemical drain cleaners offer an option if you can’t remove the blockage with a plunger. Home improvement stores also sell plumbing snakes that can dislodge blockages to get the water flowing again. How to […]

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