If you have ever had a plumbing problem, you might be familiar with the feeling of standing there mystified, or even panicking, as water drips or pours from a faulty pipe or clogged up toilet.
After you wipe up the mess and make sure nobody uses the ailing facility until it has been fixed, the odds are good that you are at a loss for a solution to the problem. The answer is easy: Call a plumbing service.
How Plumbers Can Help
Taking good care of your home will keep its’ value up and keep you and your family healthy and happy. Plumbers have a wide range of specialized tools for inspecting plumbing systems, diagnosing problems, and effecting repairs.
- Toilets If little Johnny dropped his rubber ducky down the john and flushed, odds are good that you have a problem that simple plunging will not solve. Stop flushing the toilet, and call a plumbing service right away! A plumber has a special pipe snake that can clear a standard clog, or in cases where other things have gone down the toilet they can quickly shut everything off and disconnect the toilet. Do not try to fix something like this yourself!
- Sewer Main Problems Technology is everywhere today, and plumbing professionals have some of the best problem solving tools around to help find and fix problems. There are camera systems available that can look deep inside your pipes to find problems. Roto rooters are great for removing stoppages and tree roots, and there are even systems that can refurbish pipes from the inside to prevent the need for costly total replacement.
- Sinks If you have been in your home for a while, chances are good that you should probably have your drainage system cleaned. Sluggish drains are an indicator of nasty buildup inside your homes’ pipes. While you can use commercial drain cleaner to clear small clogs in an emergency, professional plumbing services have the ability to use more powerful methods that will not damage your plumbing system and will have your drains running like new.
- Installations If you are getting a new washing machine, water heater, dishwasher, or other appliance that requires water, have a talk with your plumber about available options. Plumbers know what works best and is most cost effective. If you are disconnecting old appliances to put in new ones, the pipes and fittings are exposed so it is a great time to conduct maintenance!