When to Call A Professional For Your Plumbing Repairs

Water is the most valuable asset to all life on Earth. From the fish who live in the sea to the family cat Fluffy, water is essential for living. When it comes to your home, you will come across a running toilet and leaky faucet at least a few times while living in your home. Not only is this a waste of this precious life source, but it can cost you a lot of money, running up your water bill and causing seen and unseen damages to your beautiful home. Having a regular plumbing maintenance can prevent damage to your home.


Common Plumbing Repairs

There are a few repairs that are quite common in homes, including, but not limited to, running toilets, leaky faucets and pipes, drastically changing water pressure. The best way to resolve these issues is to call one of a professional. They will be able to assist you in the repair, as well as identify any other issues that may pose a problem in now or in the near future.


Running Toilet

You bathroom is the most used room in the house. That would probably make your toilet the most used commodity in your home. Runny and leaky toilets are an issue most homeowners will run into at least once. If unchecked, a runny toilet can cause a major influx in your water bill and cause other plumbing issues. If you find yourself playing with the flusher handle after you flush, you may need the inner system replaced. This can be repaired or replaced by a professional.


Leaky Pipes

Is there an unpleasant odor in your bathroom or sink? Are you finding puddles around the sink? You may have a leaky pipe that needs to be inspected. If untreated, leaks can cause physical damage to your bathrooms and kitchens and lead to costly repairs. If you have a leak, you can minimize the damage by placing leak tape and a compression clamp on the leak until you call a professional to repair or replace. Some of these repairs are simple and can be done at home, but due to the messy nature of the job, you may enjoy the convenience of an experienced plumber.


Low Water Pressure

Low water pressure can make taking a shower and doing the dishes a difficult task. There can be a number of reasons why your water pressure is low, calling on a professional to have this checked out can restore comfort back to your home. Low water pressure can be the result of a build-up of deposits or a break or leak in the main water supply. Sometimes low water pressure can be a result of more complex issues within your home’s plumbing system. Whatever the case, one of our professionals can identify the cause and provide you a repair plan.

At Cardigan Kitchens and Baths, we know plumbing. Call us now for your next plumbing repair.

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