Some home plumbing issues can be fixed with a little elbow grease and know-how, but others are best to leave to the professionals. Here is how to know when it’s time to call a plumber:
1. Clogged Toilet or Bathtub Drain Won’t Drain
Most of us know that a clogged toilet can often be cured by a good plunging job, and a slow draining bathtub can be remedied by an easy snaking maneuver or clog-removing product — but sometimes those quick fixes just won’t do the job. If you’re still experiencing a clogged pipe even after attempting at-home methods, there could be a larger obstruction in your pipes and it’s time to call a plumber.
2. Faucets Won’t Stop Dripping
Ignoring a dripping faucet can be easy, that is until you see your increased utility bill and realize how much water that small drip really is wasting. It’s time to call a plumber if you have unsuccessfully tried to tighten the plumbing joints yourself and your faucets are still leaking water.
3. Water Heater Isn’t Heating Water
There’s nothing like a hot shower to wake you up in the morning, or relax in after a long day. Your water heater should be there to warm and comfort you whenever it is prompted. If your water heater isn’t providing the warmth you desire, call your plumber to take a look at it, as this one is always best to leave up to professionals like our Climate Design team.
Contact Climate Design for Plumbing Repair Service
Bravo for trying to take your plumbing problems into your own hands, but don’t waste time or money if you’re possibly going to make a bad situation worse! Contact Climate Design today and our team of plumbing professionals will be out to get your plumbing up to speed as soon as possible.