There’s nothing wrong with being handy around your home. After all, it’s a great money-saver in the long run. However, there are some difficult plumbing problems where homeowners should call in professionals. Sometimes even the best efforts aren’t enough to get the job done, or we end up making a bad situation worse with our own remedies. Homeowners don’t always have the proper training or access to the right set of tools to get the job done right and efficiently.
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Lack Of Hot Water
A lack of hot water is a common reason for homeowners to contact a professional plumber because there are many reasons why this could happen. An old water heater could be missing its pilot light. It’s also possible that the thermostat hasn’t been calibrated correctly, and it’s providing false readings to the system. Finally, the hot water has run out, and the system has been slow to recharge. No matter the issue with the water heater, contact us to help!
Multiple Clogged Drains
A clogged drain here or there is nothing to be concerned about, as there are plenty of over the counter products to remediate a clog once in a while. However, when the clogs keep coming back and happen all around the home, it’s time to call in the pros. A consistent clog in the same place or simultaneous clogs in various locations are signs of a larger problem, including a clogged sewer line or it’s time for professional drain cleaning.
Faulty Water Heaters
Many homeowners might not realize that their water heater is leaking until they start to see a spike in their electricity and water bills. This could be due to sediments from the water settling in the water heater. These sediments could cause damage to the water heater over time and cause it to leak. In situations like this, it’s better to get the help of an experienced plumber.
One of the most common plumbing problems homeowners come to us about is leaking pipes. If a pipe is leaking, water damage could occur in the ceiling and on the floor. This needs quick attention to prevent the problem from spreading and causing damage to the foundation or the load-bearing walls that could create a safety hazard for the people living in the home or inhibit the development of mold that can create health hazards.
Homeowners often try to solve a leaking faucet just by tightening it; however, this is a temporary fix, and the problem often returns. Faucets are made up of numerous small parts, and a break in any of them could cause a faucet to leak continuously. Once the source of the leak has been identified, a local plumber can quickly remediate the problem. This could also save you some money on your water bill! Contact us today to schedule emergency plumbing repairs — we are available whenever you need us!