While it may not seem so, your home’s plumbing is an integral part of your home that does need regular maintenance and cleaning. Without the proper care and maintenance, your home’s plumbing may experience major issues like clogs, low water pressure, and more. Furthermore, these maintenance issues are vastly inconvenient.
Our team at The Plumbing Dr have handled many plumbing problems and can provide you with the relief you need. Whether it is maintenance, installation, or repairs, we’ve got you covered. Our plumbers work professionally and with a high level of expertise. Don’t hesitate and wait for a problem to arise or get worse. Get the help that you need and trust us to handle your Arlington residential plumbing services.
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What Are Signs That You Need to Repair Your Sewer Line?
Sewer line repair is a serious issue. Catching problems early on can prevent those problems from becoming worse, and more inconvenient and costly. The first indication that you need sewer line repair is if your sinks and showers drain slowly. When this occurs, it usually means that your sewer line has something that is causing a block.
In addition to poor drainage, other signs include:
- Toilet bowl levels that fluctuate.
- Odd smells wafting from your drains.
- Leaks in the walls and floors of your home.
These leaks occur because the blockage can increase water pressure and lead to leaks.
When Do You Need a Professional Drain Cleaning?
Professional drain cleaning is an ideal solution in keeping your drains clean and free of anything that can cause blockage, leaks, and other problems. Signs that you need a professional drain cleaning include:
- Clogs that do not go away or clogs that recur even after you use home solutions.
- Drains that are not draining properly.
- More than one clogged drain around the home.
- Flooding around your home.
- Odd odors around the home.
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Water Heater Repair vs. Replacement
Common water heater problems involve a malfunctioning thermostat or failed electrical component. No matter what the problem is, we will provide a professional diagnosis. Once we have identified the source of the problem, we will review your options with you, whether it’s repair or replacement.
If you have an older water heater that is over 20 years old and it’s starting to experience recurring problems, it may be time to consider water heater replacement. An older unit’s tank is at risk of bursting, which can lead to major water damage in your home. A new water heater will also prove more energy efficient, lowering your energy bills over time.