When something goes wrong with your home’s plumbing, it can feel like you are stuck between a rock and a hard place. You obviously depend on your home’s plumbing system to function properly if you want good health and hygiene, but you also don’t want to hire a contractor that will do a subpar job, taking your hard-earned cash in exchange for sloppy work.
That’s where Dan Does Plumbing comes in. Unlike other companies, our priority isn’t your money. Our priority is building lasting, trusting relationships with our clients by providing quality, affordable and reliable residential plumbing services. In this business, you can’t put a price on a solid reputation, which is why our licensed and insured plumbers always work with your best interests in mind.
Whether you require installations, repairs or maintenance, Dan Does Plumbing is available to help with any of your residential plumbing needs. Just call us today to find out how we can help.
Residential Plumbing Maintenance
Plumbing issues in homes have ways of quickly spiraling out of control. There is nothing worse than waiting before it’s too late to contact a plumber because the longer you wait, the more costly repairs and replacements will be. So, even when you would qualify your issue as a piece of minor maintenance, getting a professional to consult with you is always a smart move.
Even if you don’t think there’s anything particularly wrong with your home’s plumbing, here are a couple maintenance tips to make sure that you’re not doing any substantial damage to your system.
Avoid Chemical Drain Cleaners
Clogged drains are the most common household plumbing problem. Most homeowners don’t assume they need a professional to intervene because they can just go buy a bottle of chemical drain cleaner from the hardware store or pharmacy. However, they often do more harm than good.
Not only do these chemicals not remove the entire clogs, causing the problem to recur, they can actually erode your home’s pipes, making them more likely to burst or leak over time.
Don’t Sleep on Clogs
Clogs are more serious than an inconvenience. Backed-up water puts a lot of pressure on your waste pipes, which can shorten their lifespan substantially. As soon as you notice that water is draining slower than normal, contact Dan Does Plumbing and we can save you a lot of trouble in the long run.
Water Line Repairs
One of the more serious jobs Dan Does Plumbing has to deal with are water line repairs. A leaky or broken water line can damage buildings, foundations and landscaping. Plus, it can run up your water bill. Needless to say, it is very unpleasant and potentially devastating.
So be wary of these signs that your home needs a water line repair:
- Water pressure is reduced to a trickle
- Lawn looks swampy
- Soft patches and depressions in the ground have appeared around your home
- Paving, bricks or concrete around your home appear damp or unstable
- Water bill is much higher than normal
If these symptoms match what your home is going through, contact Dan Does Plumbing immediately. We’ll send someone over as soon as possible to inspect your home and determine how we can salvage it.