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5 Common Problems That Require a Plumber October 24, 2016

Wyoming, Wyoming
5 Common Problems That Require a Plumber, Wyoming, Ohio

As a homeowner, you’ll probably need to call a plumber to handle a problem with your pipes or drainage system. The emergency plumbers at A All Valley Plumbing & Sewer Service can solve any issue, whether it’s a flooded basement, a clogged toilet, or a broken water heater.

Some plumbing problems are more common than others, and in those cases it’s important to call a plumber as soon as possible. Here are a few occasions when a professional can help:

  • plumberBasic Maintenance: Some plumbing concerns remain hidden before presenting themselves in a shocking way—by then, you may be dealing with property damage or costly, extensive repair. Basic maintenance services include inspections of your pipes and plumbing for visible signs of damage and corrosion. Professionals can also inspect larger elements, like your water heater and garbage disposal, to make sure they’re in working order.
  • Faulty Toilet: Sometimes toilets misbehave and don’t flush properly even after you’ve adjusted the float inside the tank. It could be a silent leak, which happens when the flapper valve isn’t sealed tightly at the bottom of the tank. You may not even realize the problem until you receive a higher-than-usual water bill.
  • Dripping Pipes: Pipes tend to leak at the joints. While there are quick-fix solutions available at the store, a plumber can get to the root of the problem and replace the pipe completely—or just a section of it—if it’s necessary.
  • Weak Pressure: Low water pressure could be due to anything from sediment buildup in the faucet to a water main break. In either case, an emergency plumber will inspect the faucet exhibiting low pressure and suggest a solution. If the drop in pressure occurs without warning, it’s usually a job for a plumber.
  • Sluggish Drains: It’s frustrating when the water in your sink or tub doesn’t completely drain. It could be due to a clog, which is often easy to solve with an over-the-counter drain cleaner. However, if it’s a regular issue, a plumber can come in and check the pipes for extensive debris and buildup that can only be removed with specialty tools.

No matter what your plumbing needs, A All Valley Plumbing & Sewer Service can make quick work of the problem. Contact them at any hour of the day—these 24-hour plumbers are available when you need them. For more information on their services, visit the website, or call (513) 733-3311 to schedule an appointment.

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