Damaged water pipes rank second next to hurricanes when it comes to the sheer number of homes that are affected. Additionally, insurance claims as a result of broken water pipes cost $50,000 on average. If plumbing issues are not immediately fixed and worsen over time, fixing plumbing problems as a result of damaged water pipes can be a costly, time-consuming process that no homeowner should need to ever go through.
For all your water piping repair and installation needs, we have a team of expert plumbers who are more than happy to help you. We are committed to keeping our clients’ homes safe and comfortable by ensuring that all plumbing issues are resolved immediately. If you find yourself waking up in the middle of the night due to a noisy leak, our team is ready to cater to 24/7 emergency services. If you are experiencing any of these in your home, give us a call; we’ll take care of the work so you don’t have to worry:
Continuous dripping: If you see that a faucet, sink, or shower is dripping, you have a plumbing problem. Even slow drips are issues that need to be addressed as soon as possible, before they become worse. Water dripping can permanently damage your home’s plumbing system if it isn’t addressed properly.
Knocking pipes: You may hear knocking pipes while you’re filling the tub, running a sink, or right when you’re taking a shower. If knocking pipes are not corrected promptly, pipes may bend or leaks can occur.
Low water pressure: Showers or faucets should always release a stable source of water. If you find that you get no water at all or a light drip, there is a problem. Give us a call and our professional, expert plumbers will be happy to investigate and repair these issues.
Slow drainage: Slow draining sinks or tubs are a real inconvenience, especially if do-it-yourself procedures won’t fix it. When still water accumulates in pipes as a result of plumbing problems, this can pose a serious health risk because mold can grow from behind your walls.
Water does not stay hot: Slow water heating issues are likely related to your water heating appliance, which may be experiencing a leak or can no longer maintain its temperature.
Colored water: Only clear, clean water should be coming out of your pipes. If you notice odd colored water, this is a sign that your plumbing system needs a repair. Different colored water is symptoms of various problems, but let us handle the work for you.