Plumbing problems can strike at any time, and when they do, they can be a real headache. Still, it can be challenging to know when you should call a plumber. At Moody Plumbing Inc., our team is dedicated to helping you navigate plumbing issues, whether they’re big or small. Consider the following signs that you might need a plumber, then give our team a call if you observe any of them.
- Leaking Faucets– Although a dripping faucet might only seem like a minor inconvenience at first, it can eventually result in considerable water waste and higher water bills. Our team can quickly identify the problem and offer a long-lasting solution, so you can keep your water bill to a minimum.
- Reduced Water Pressure– A reduction in water pressure can be challenging, especially when you have a load of laundry and need to wash the dishes. Many things can contribute to this issue, including a blockage or leak in your plumbing system. Having your plumbing assessed is the best way to restore your water pressure and get your tasks completed quickly.
- Clogged Drains– Drain clogs are a frequent problem in homes. What you might not realize is that chemical drain cleaners that are frequently useless against stubborn clogs might also harm your pipes. Our team can safely and successfully clear blockages and avoid future clogs with methods that are better for your plumbing system.
- Unusual Sounds– If your pipes are making hissing, bubbling, or gurgling sounds, it could mean there is a blockage or air in the pipes. Not only are these sounds disturbing, but they’re also a clear sign that you need to call our team. We can assess the situation and fix the issue, so you don’t have to worry.
- Discolored or Rusty Water– Corrosion in your pipes may be the cause of discolored water, particularly if it’s brown or rusty. Discolored water can be dangerous to your health to use or drink. We can examine your pipes and provide recommendations for any necessary replacements or repairs.
If you’re concerned about the pipes in your home or business, call our team today.