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4 Signs That Tells You To Call A Professional Plumber

  • Written by Carmel Issac

Most homes are vulnerable to damages and other house problems. One of them involves plumbing defects, including clogged drains, sinks, and toilets, dripping faucets, or low water pressure. 

While the homeowners can do some minor plumbing repairs, some issues are hard to fix on a do-it-yourself basis. If the problem is beyond the usual remedies, the homeowners need to call their trusted plumber to address it. One of the leading plumbing service providers, East Coast Water, shared that it is important to find professionals using the latest methods and advanced technologies for plumbing repairs. Yet there are times when the homeowners have no idea that they already need the help of plumbing experts. 

If there is a plumbing problem at home, here are the signs that you need to call the professionals. 

Strong Leak On Water Supply Line

One of the biggest problems that homeowners encounter is a busted water line. It can cause major flooding all over the house. When this happens, you need to call a professional plumber right away. 

While waiting for the plumber’s arrival, you need to act fast to avoid flooding. You must find the cut-off valves of the water supply line closest to the leaking area and shut it off to prevent it from leaking. If there is no shut-off valve, you must turn off the cut-off valve of your main water supply to prevent further leaks. 

Leaking Sewer Line

If your yard suddenly has several pools of dirty, foul-smelling water or muddy soil, it could mean something wrong with your sewer line. You may also notice other instances indoors like the unexpected filling of toilets each time you run the sink or wastewater filling the bathtubs.

Fixing the problem on your own could take several days before you can finish everything. But if you call the experts, they can accomplish the job as soon as possible. Companies like East Coast Water usually send a plumber to fix any issue without causing too much disruption. 

Gas Leak On Water Heater 

The smell of natural gas at home can cause an alarm to any homeowner. They will usually check their stove to see if the gas leak comes from that. But if that is not the case, it would mean that the smell might be coming from a broken water heater. 

Since natural gas leaks are not normal, you need to call an expert plumber to fix the water heater as soon as possible. They might need to check the pipes connected to the heater to identify the problem. 

Unexpected Water Interruption

If the water suddenly stops flowing in your faucets, it means that something is not right in your water system. Once you have checked if all the water outlets inside the house do not receive any water, you must call your plumber to fix it. 

The professional plumber may look into the water pipeline buried under the yard to check if there is a leak or a clog. They will also find out if the line has been disconnected. These experts have all the right equipment to check this part of the house properly.

Plumbing problems at home can be a bother, especially if it disrupts your daily life. If you need immediate repair for your leaks and other plumbing problems, you must call the experts as soon as the issues start to come out. It will save you a lot of time and effort to repair the problems compared to doing it yourself.

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