Reasons to Call a Plumber

No one wants to deal with plumbing issues and the fastest way to get them fixed is by calling a service plumber. Not only will you need to call a plumber when something is broken, but there are certain signs that indicate a problem could be imminent and it’s a good idea to call a plumber for preventive measures.

Low Water Pressure

The cause of low water pressure isn’t always easy to diagnose, but it does indicate a problem. Poor pipe design or obstructions can play a part in low water pressure and the right service plumber can help determine what’s causing the issue. An attempt to fix it by yourself may damage your home or sewer line.

Hearing Water in Your Pipes

If you hear water in your pipes when no one is using the water, this indicates a leak. You may see signs of wet spots on the ceiling or walls that can help indicate where the leak is coming from.

No Hot Water

Many times, when there is no hot water, it’s likely the water heater. While this may seem like an easy fix, these systems operate with electricity and gas and working on one can cause injury or damage.

Regularly Clogged Pipes

If you keep suffering from pipe blockage or regular backups, this can be a sign of a blocked sewer line. Blocked sewer lines can be caused by tree roots or flushing non-flushable items. If you attempt to unclog the sewer line by yourself, you could damage your sewer line and end up with thousands of dollars in repairs.

If you notice you are experiencing slow draining, a plumber can help locate the source of the clog. Over the counter drain products can do more harm than good and if you try too hard to remove the clog, you could cause damage to the pipes.

Leaky Faucet

Leaky Faucets can cost you money by wasting water. Leaky faucets are usually caused by worn out washers, but there can be other causes as well that should be checked out.

Burst Pipes

If your pipes are frozen it can lead to the pipe breaking. The affected pipes can be difficult to locate and you need to make sure the damage is not below your foundation or behind your walls. A service plumber will be able to pinpoint the source and start removing water immediately and recommend repairs to your home.


Plumbers should install certain appliances. It’s also important to have a service plumber be involved in renovations and remodels because when items like stainless steel apron sinks and dishwashers are relocated, you also will need to move supply lines and drains. If you attempt these things on your own you may ruin your remodel or your new appliance.

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