FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)​

To prevent clogged drains, avoid putting grease, hair, or foreign objects down drains. Use drain screens, regular maintenance, and consider professional drain cleaning.

If you have a leaking faucet, turn off the water supply to that fixture, identify the source of the leak, and contact a plumber to repair or replace the faulty parts.

 A running toilet is often caused by a faulty flapper, fill valve, or float. If you are uncertain of the reason, it’s best to have a plumber diagnose and fix the issue to prevent water wastage.

 Look for increased water bills, damp spots, musty smells, or visible water damage. If you suspect a leak, a plumber can perform a leak detection test to identify and fix the problem.

Low water pressure can be due to various issues, including clogged pipes or a faulty pressure regulator. A plumber can diagnose the cause and recommend appropriate solutions.

It’s recommended to hire a professional plumber for fixture installations to ensure proper setup, adherence to local codes, and to avoid potential issues down the line.

Sediment buildup in the tank can cause noise. Flushing the tank and regularly maintaining it can help prevent this issue.

Strange tastes or odors can result from mineral buildup, bacteria, or contaminants in the water. Consider installing a water filter or contacting your local water authority for water quality testing.

In case of a severe leak or other plumbing emergencies, shut off the main water supply immediately to prevent further damage, and then call us for assistance.

Plumbing troubles? We can help.

Plumbing troubles?
We can help.