If you have one faucet on a double vanity delivering water with high pressure, and the other sink has poor pressure, you want to contact a plumber to make sure you don't have a water problem in the home. A water leak could lead to water damages and health concerns, and a blockage is a concern as well. There are many different issues that could be forcing water to one sink or causing water to delay or not get to the other.
Over time, gas pipes around your property can break down. They may corrode or surrounding conditions may impact them and thus cause a leak. Here are some protocols you'll want to follow carefully when addressing gas line leaks around your own property. Figure Out Where Gas Lines Are Located One of the first things you'll want to do when suspecting a gas line leak is to identify all areas of your home where gas lines are near.
Large bones, big chunks of meat, and stringy vegetables that have tough exteriors should not be placed inside of a garbage disposal. Cramming food products into a disposal that is not designed to adequately break down the materials could cause your unit to become jammed or could affect your household's plumbing. Damage To A Seal Improper usage could cause damage to a ring (seal), which may result in a disposal leaking.
If basement flooding is a common occurrence in your home, then a sump pump can help. A sump pump protects your basement from unexpected flooding and the resulting water damage. You should regularly maintain your sump to keep it functional and dependable. Unfortunately, like other components of your plumbing system, a sump pump often loses its effectiveness over time. A bad sump pump may require replacement if repairs don't work.
If your water heater is on the older side, and you are debating if you should repair it again or replace it, there are some advantages of installing a new water heater over repairing the old one. Advantage #1: Save Money Although you will have to pay money upfront to install a new water heater, over time, having a new unit will allow you to save money, especially if you choose an Energy Star efficient unit.
When you have a plumber come work on your home, we hope you thank them. Really, you should be thanking any contractor who works on your home, but we are a little partial to plumbers and happen to think they deserve a little more recognition. After all, the stuff inside the pipes they work on doesn't usually smell very good. And even though they wear gloves, they have to get pretty close to it! If you would like to learn a little more about plumbers, then we invite you to read this blog. After learning the basics, you'll really want to thank your plumbers!