Have a question about your plumbing system? You're not alone. Take a look at a few of the most frequently asked plumbing questions.
What Causes Clogged Drains?
Clogged drains are one of the most common plumbing problems that homeowners face. Most bathroom clogs are due to hair and soap clogging the drain pipes. When this accumulates over time, it can keep the water from going down the drain. Kitchen sinks are often clogged by oil and grease. If you want to prevent these clogs, try to scrape food dishes before washing them in the sink. Even small amounts of oil can clog your drain over time!
How Do I Turn Off Water to My House?
All of the water in your home is connected to your main water shut off valve. It is likely that you will find this valve in your basement or crawl space below your house.
Why Should You Drain Your Water Heater?
Your water heater is an often overlooked part of your home, so how often do you need to perform maintenance on it? You should drain your water heater once a year to improve the overall energy efficiency of your system. Read more about when to drain your water heater here.
Why Should I Stay Away From Liquid Drain Cleaners?
Slow draining sinks can be frustrating, but liquid drain cleaners can damage your plumbing. You should always give a professional plumber a call before purchasing a liquid drain cleaner. Read more about why here.
How Can I Remodel On a Budget?
Bathroom and kitchen remodeling doesn't have to break the bank. By updating your fixtures, keeping your plumbing in the same locations, and choosing decorations wisely, you can significantly reduce the cost of your remodel. Read more about how to remodel on a budget here and give us a call for a consultation. We'll always give you an estimate in writing for you to approve before we begin any work!
If you run into any of these common plumbing problems - or you don't see your plumbing problem above, give us a call! Our technicians are here around the clock to help you with all of your plumbing needs.
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