When it comes to plumbing problems, small ones can be handled on your own but some issues should only be tackled by a plumbing professional. Here are some common signs that indicate to call a plumber instead of repairing it yourself:
Most people ignore a leaky faucet because they think it is not causing any damage. But do you know a faucet that leaks one drip per second wastes approximately 3,000 gallons of water a year? This also increases your water bill by 10 percent. Call a plumber to fix the hidden plumbing issues instead of wasting all that water and cash.
You should clean a clog right away as soon as you notice it developing in your drain. If you ignore it, the clog will get bigger and worse over time. Call a professional plumber to clear the obstruction easily or when you first notice your tub draining slowly to ensure there is not a bigger problem lurking underneath.
If the plunger is not helping unclog your toilet, you may have a plumbing emergency on your hands. A clogged toilet means you have a sewage line issue, which obviously requires a Commercial plumber help. Call a plumber that has the tools and expertise to immediately get your toilet working properly again rather than risk doing additional damage by trying to break up the clog on your own.
Low water pressure in your faucets is a sign of mineral buildup in the fixtures. This buildup can be easily cleaned by a professional plumber to get your water pressure back to normal
If you find a puddle of water under your sink, it means there is a leak in your plumbing. Identify the source of the leak as soon as possible and then cut off the water supply to the leaking pipe or fixture to avoid wastage and mess. Call a plumber to fix the fixture so your kitchen is running again.
Mold in your home is caused due to leaky pipes within your walls. It should be handled by professional plumber right away as it is damaging to your home and also hazardous to your health.
Contact Emergency Plumbers if you spot any of these plumbing issues in your home.