Many homeowners try to DIY their plumbing issues instead of calling an expert. While you may be able to fix small plumbing problems, it is important to know when you should bring in a professional.
Some plumbing problems can be dangerous and require the expertise of a professional.
No Hot Water
Lack of hot water or inconsistent water temperatures are often the sign of a failed water heater. Since water heaters run on gas and electricity, speak to a professional plumber to ensure your safety and fix the fault.
Low Water Pressure
Low water pressure may mean a clogged drain. But if the water pressure is low despite clearing the clog, it could be due to a more serious issue, such as an eroded waterline or a cracked pipe. To avoid further damage and hazard, contact a professional plumber.
Signs of water damage in the house, such as stains, mold, or pools of water, need the urgent attention of a professional who can examine and repair plumbing and septic systems.
If your pipes are frozen, they may crack or even burst upon thawing. If the pipes have become frozen, call a plumber or pipe repair professional.
Installing appliances and fixtures without a plumber may result in the need for extra repairs or even re-installations. Save yourself hassle and money by calling an expert. It will also help you feel more secure about your and your home’s safety.
If you are looking for pipe or septic field or septic tank systems repair companies in Clarkston or Oakland County, MI, call Shorty’s Sanitary Service at 248-332-6476.