Trouble with Your Main Sewer Line?

Monday, March 25th, 2019

broken-sewer-pipeAlthough you likely don’t give it much thought, your main sewer line is perhaps the most important component of your plumbing system. It is one of the two main plumbing lines connected to your home, responsible for removing all the wastewater from inside your house and pushing it into your city’s civil sewer system. Sure, it can be quite easy to forget about as it is hidden underground, but trust us, when there is trouble, you are bound to notice.

When trouble arises, you are certainly going to be glad you saved your local plumber’s number for 24-hour plumbing in Orlando. Holding off on much needed main sewer line repairs can be, as you might imagine, gross. You are going to want to schedule your repairs at the first sign of a problem, which is why it is important to be aware of these signs. So below, we have listed them for you. Keep reading to learn more! 

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Don’t Ignore a Leaky Faucet!

Monday, February 25th, 2019

Sometimes, what you might believe is a minor inconvenience might actually be somewhat of a big deal. This is especially true when it comes to your plumbing system. Your plumbing system is much larger and much more complex than you might realize, as the majority of it is hidden behind walls and underneath floors. This is why something as ‘minuscule’ as a leaky faucet requires immediate attention.

If you have found yourself dealing with a drippy faucet, don’t ignore it! We recommend having your faucet repaired by a professional plumber in Apopka, FL ASAP — for a number of different reasons. A steady drip can easily cause serious damage to your home, property, and your wallet. Below, we have outlined just some of the many reasons why you need to hire a problem at the first sign of this problem. 

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Stop! Don’t Throw That Down The Garbage Disposal!

Monday, February 11th, 2019

kitchen-sinkBefore you throw that banana peel down the garbage disposal, stop and read our blog! Although it is super convenient and easy to use, your garbage disposal was not designed to chew up all your uneaten scraps. In fact, there are many items that homeowners throw down their garbage disposals willy nilly — items that definitely don’t belong there.

So, this week we thought we would provide homeowners with a guide about what can and cannot go down their garbage disposals. In doing so, we are hoping to prevent some common plumbing issues. Your Sanford, FL plumber can also provide you with some great tips!  Keep reading below to find out more!  

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Why Should I Hire a Licensed Plumber?

Monday, November 19th, 2018

hand-holding-wrenchYou’ve got a plumbing task you need done for your home or your business. Who do you call? You can have a local handyman on the job. Or you might break out that toolkit of wrenches. After all, why not save some money this way rather than go with a licensed plumber?

We need to stop you right there—it’s vital you only hire a licensed professional plumber for any job more complicated than using a plunger on a clog or cleaning aerators in faucets. Going with non-licensed plumbers can result in serious consequences.

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Is It Necessary to Have Plumbers to Detect Leaks?

Monday, November 5th, 2018

Plumbing-LeakLeaks in the plumbing can range from a nuisance to an emergency. But they have one thing in common: they can’t simply be left alone. A leak doesn’t fix itself, and even the smallest pinhole leak not only wastes water, it creates building damage and allows for mold and mildew to build up.

But do you really need a professional plumber to detect leaks in your house? If you think of each leak as a massive, catastrophic one that’s sending water directly into your home, it sounds a bit silly that you’d need a professional to say, “Hey, there’s a leak there!”

However, even with leaks you can immediately see, it’s necessary to get a plumber to track down the specific place to fix it and to see if there are other leaks. And, in the case of the majority of leaks you can’t see, you’ll absolutely need a plumber.

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What to Do When There’s No Water From Your Taps

Monday, September 24th, 2018

hand-turning-faucetHandling major plumbing problems is a big part of our job as licensed professional plumbers. Often people won’t even think about calling a plumbing pro until they’re faced with a big emergency like flooding. (This is unfortunate, since trying to take on plumbing repairs DIY is a quick route to a bigger problem!) And few plumbing issues are more likely to cause people to panic than finding no water coming from the taps.

Loss of water to a house can happen for several reasons. Some need plumbers to fix, others don’t. We’ll go through what you can do when you find your house has suddenly run dry. If you need plumbing repair in Winter Springs, FL or elsewhere in Central Florida, we’re the pros to call to get the job done!

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Major Plumbing Leak? Don’t Panic, Here’s What to Do

Monday, August 27th, 2018

woman-who-is-panickedPlumbing emergencies are one of the most important jobs we handle, because we know how fast a plumbing problem can turn into major water damage or a completely unlivable situation in a home. When you need an emergency plumber in Orlando, FL or the surrounding areas, you only have to pick up the phone and reach out to us, and we’ll soon be there.

We want to help you rein in those feelings of panic when you have a big plumbing leak. Here’s what you can do when you discover you’ve got leaking pipes or leaking fixtures.

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Why Is My Home’s Water Pressure Dropping?

Monday, July 2nd, 2018

dripping-faucetTurning on the water in the shower in the morning and discovering that it won’t warm up is probably one of the least welcome things that can happen with your plumbing. But coming in a close second is turning on the shower and finding that the water pressure is so low that it’s almost impossible to get clean. Thankfully, if this low pressure is only coming from a single faucet, it usually means the problem is mineral deposits in the showerhead or faucet and can be fixed easily.

But what if the water pressure drop is happening all around the house? There’s something bigger going on. Let’s take a look at might the happening and whether you need a professional plumber in Orlando, FL to restore the water pressure.

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What Are Drain and Plumbing Vents?

Monday, June 4th, 2018

bubbling-drain

If you see this, you may have clogged drain vents.

What do you think of when you hear about the vents in a home? You probably think of the air vents in the rooms, or possibly the venting for gas-burning appliances that moves toxic combustion products safely away from the house. Those are crucial vents.

But your plumbing also has vents, and they’re just as crucial for the proper working of your plumbing system and the hygiene of your home. People often don’t know much about these plumbing vents, so we’re going to give you a short overview of them and also look at some potential drain and plumbing vent problems. If you run into any plumbing troubles, make sure you call a professional plumber in Sanford, FL to help out. Vent troubles can’t be fixed with DIY attempts.

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What’s That Knocking Sound from My Pipes?

Monday, March 26th, 2018

water-waveA strange sound suddenly comes from your pipes—an odd and sometimes surprising knocking noise. Is your house haunted?

No … although plenty of people have jumped to this assumption since the invention of indoor plumbing. What you’re actually hearing is a phenomenon called water hammer. It’s a common occurrence, but it also indicates a problem in your plumbing you may need remedied by a professional plumber. Let’s take a closer look at the truth behind this ghostly occurrence…

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