Most Common Plumbing Problems

Dripping Faucets - That dripping faucet not only wastes water, it wastes money on your water bill. 
Leaky Pipes - While we see a lot of leaking pipes during the cold winter months, it’s also very common year-round. Most pipes will begin to leak near the joints, so keep an eye out for wet spots on the ground or ceiling. 
Running Toilets - Did you know that a running toilet can waste up to 200 gallons per day?
Low Water Pressure - A lot of older homes will experience low water pressure.  It could be time for a new showerhead or you could have a hidden leak in your home. 
Leaking Hose Bibb - A leaking hose bibb is very common in the spring and summer. After winter, many hose bibbs that aren’t protected can crack and begin to leak. 
Slow Or Clogged Drains - We warn customers to stay away from any type of over-the-counter drain cleaner! Instead, give us a call to clear the slow or clogged drain.  
Water Heater - The average life of a water heater can be anywhere from eight to 12 years.
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