The toilet’s clogged, the drain is clogged or the sink has sprung a leak – no matter what plumbing problems may arise in your home, an Ottawa plumber can fix it. Sure, it may seem like an easy enough DIY job, but when it comes to plumbing, one false move and you could be seriously regretting that decision.
So when problems arise with your plumbing, here are five of the most common troubles that you can rely on us to fix.
From the coffee grinds to sizzling oil to the toilet that just won’t flush – as much as we try to prevent certain items from ending up down the sink and drains, sometimes it just happens. And when it does, clogged pipes can easily occur. If these aren’t dealt with immediately, they could lead to some pretty unsavoury results. So whether it’s a sink, bath, or your toilet, leave it to a professional plumber to take care of the mess.
They’re simple, but annoying and costly over time. If you’ve got leaky faucets that just won’t seem to quit, a plumber can take care of it for you in no time so that you can get back to enjoying the blissful silence, and save some money on your water bill as well.
When it comes to leaky pipes, it’s a lot more complicated than fixing a leaky faucet. Pipes that are leaking consistently can cause water pooling and extensive damage, which can permeate through your infrastructure and walls. Over time if this is ignored, this could lead to some serious consequences, such as mould. So if you notice any leaky pipes in your home, contact a plumber immediately.
If you’ve noticed that your toilet seems to be constantly running after flushing it, this can seem like a pretty insignificant issue to ignore. And although this isn’t destructive or damaging, it will impact your monthly utility bill. That constant sound means that litres of water are being wasted for long periods of time. This is generally caused by an internal leak in the toilet. So even though it may seem like a common issue you can ignore, if you don’t want to see your monthly water bill hike up – get it fixed.
Low Water Pressure
If you’ve been suffering with low water pressure in your shower despite having the showerhead cleaned or replaced, it means that there is some corrosion occurring in your pipes. A licensed plumber can determine the exact cause and location and repair it so that you can get back to enjoying a proper shower.
Don’t let your plumbing cause you headaches or a costly monthly bill. If there are any issues with your plumbing call up Faucet Fix to take care of it for you. As a leading Ottawa plumber since 1989, we’re the repair and replacement experts!