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Frequently Asked Questions
From leak repairs to new installations, we’ve put together
a comprehensive rundown of questions we hear most often.
What can I do to avoid leaks?
Leaky plumbing is always a hassle to deal with, but there is preventive work you can do to stop leaks before they happen. One helpful tip is to keep an eye on your water pressure gauge, which is usually located outside. High water pressure can be a sign that your pipes are leaking or are about to begin leaking. Another tip is to ensure the water flowing through your plumbing system is soft. This can prevent corrosion and buildup in your pipes and faucets, which can lead to leaking. Lastly, be sure to keep pipes warm and not frozen. Frozen pipes can be devastating to your home and your plumbing system.
What if my water heater is making noises?
If your water heater is making weird sounds, it’s best to be proactive straight away. Water heaters are not supposed to be noisy, and excessive sound can be a sign of impending failure. The sound could be the breaker about to blow or the accumulation of sediment inside of the water heater. These devices are tricky to fix, and if you suspect something’s wrong, it’s better to call a professional plumber.
How do I prepare for a plumber's visit?
To prepare for a plumber’s visit, clear the work area, remove any obstacles, and ensure access to the plumbing fixtures or areas that require attention. We appreciate your cooperation in creating a safe and efficient workspace.
How often should I schedule plumbing inspections?
It’s advisable to schedule plumbing inspections annually. During an inspection, a professional plumber can:
  • Identify hidden issues
  • Check for leaks or corrosion
  • Ensure fixtures and connections are in good condition
  • Test water pressure and temperature
  • Provide maintenance recommendations
Regular inspections help catch problems early, saving you from costly repairs later.
What are the potential dangers of ignoring a plumbing issue?
Ignoring plumbing problems can lead to various risks, including:
  • Water Damage: Leaks can cause structural damage, mold growth, and damage to belongings.
  • Health Hazards: Mold and mildew from moisture can lead to health problems.
  • Higher Bills: Undetected leaks or inefficiencies can result in higher water bills.
  • Structural Damage: Prolonged issues can compromise the integrity of your home.
Promptly addressing plumbing problems is crucial to avoid these risks.
Are all new toilets water saving toilet suites?
One of the biggest ways a seemingly trivial toilet can contribute to the overall sustainable ecosystem of a building is by helping it save water.
How do I locate the main shut-off valve for my water supply?
The main shut-off valve is typically located:
  • In the basement or crawl space for homes with basements
  • Near the water meter or where the water line enters your home
  • In an outdoor pit or valve box for some properties
Familiarize yourself with its location to act quickly in case of a water emergency.
What should I do if my water pressure is too low or too high?
Low water pressure can result from clogs or pipe issues, while high pressure can stress pipes and fixtures. To address low pressure, check for obstructions, clean aerators, and repair leaks. For high pressure, consider installing a pressure regulator to maintain safe levels. Proper water pressure ensures efficient plumbing and appliance performance.
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