Apartment living and residential homes often have the same plumbing problems. Problems can occur as a result of the cumulative burden that is placed on the plumbing system.
Treating your drains as a garbage can is always a bad idea, and proper preventive measure can help reduce the occurrences of plumbing problems you may have.
Clogged Toilets Clogged toilets are one of the most common problems that a plumber sees. This can occur as a result of build up of paper or other materials in the pipes or even a broken sewer line. A toilet plunger may provide enough pressure to get rid of the clog, but in some cases, you may need to run a professional grade motorized snake through the drains. Our professionals can unblock your clogged drains quickly and efficiently.
Clogged Drains Clogged drains in the sinks or tubs can be as a result of a build of grease or hair that is caught and builds up down the lines. Running a snake through the main lines again can help clear up the drains and eliminate the blockage quickly and affordably.
Leaky Faucets Leaky faucets are common problems that can lead to larger problems if they are not resolved. Not only can they hike up you water bill but they can cause damage to floors and walls. Leaky faucets may need to be replaced or have the components – such as a rubber washer, replaced. Outdoor faucets may have cracked over the winter months, and can lead to major damage behind walls or draining into the foundation. Be sure to have an expert come and replace your exterior faucets and make sure you unhook any hoses for the winter months so the ice doesnt back up into the faucet causing freezing expansion and breakage.
Slow draining Slow drains are a blockage waiting to happen. Again, shower drains that have excessive hair blocking the drains will eventually block up, and back up. We can take care of your drains quickly and affordably.
Flooding Flooding can occur with broken pipes or an old hot water heater giving out. Call immediately for pooling water or if you notice water damage forming in ceilings or down walls. This is particularly important when your hot water heater is stored in an attic as it will flood all the floors below.