Our plumbers are called to do all sorts of repairs, but some are more common than others. You can count on your plumber to have training in all areas related to the field, although he or she is likely to have more experience dealing with these common plumbing repairs.
- Leaky Pipes- Leaky pipes are common throughout the year. In most cases, the leaking begins by the joints. Because of this, you should watch out for wet spots on the ceiling or ground and call us before the water does any damage to your property.
- Running Toilets- Toilets that just won’t stop running are another common task that our plumbers see on a regular basis. It is important to take care of running toilets right away, since this plumbing repair issue can waste as much as 200 gallons of water every day if not taken care of. Even if your toilet won’t reach that level of waste, it helps to have it fixed as soon as possible.
- Dripping Faucets- Another very common plumbing repair is taking care of a dripping faucet. The average homeowner will simply ignore a faucet when it drips occasionally, but this can waste a great deal of water. Once you get your water bill, you may change your mind and realize that you should have contacted us as soon as you noticed the drip.
- Low Water Pressure- Low water pressure tends to occur more frequently in older homes, leading to plumbing repairs. There are dozens of potential reasons for low pressure, including hidden leaks and old showerheads. Only a plumber can diagnose the exact cause and fix it.