Common Issues with Your Pipes
July 9, 2021
There’s a variety of factors that can cause damage to the pipes in your home. High water pressure, burst pipes, and rust are all common problems that can be extremely costly if left untreated. Burst pipes in particular can damage your home, waste water, and drive up your water bill. Best Plumbing is here for you 24/7 for all of your emergency plumbing repair services. Don’t wait when it comes to plumbing issues and contact Best Plumbing immediately upon discovering your home has any of these common issues.
Burst Pipe Signs
Besides obvious signs of large water puddles in your home, there are often more subtle signs of a burst pipe. Issues with water pressure, high water bill, water sounds, and pipe noises, are all common signs of a burst pipe.
Rust is a common cause of pipe damage in galvanized steel pipes. This rust is similar to rust that you would find on a car. It can build up inside the pipe, which results in lower water volume that gets mistaken for low water pressure. Eventually, the pipe will rust out at the threads, causing leaks.
High Water Pressure
While high water pressure may not seem like a concern for your pipes, it can cause long-term damage to your home’s plumbing. Too much water pressure can put a lot of unnecessary strain on your home’s plumbing system. This can lead to loosened joints, resulting in leaks. Be sure to check for leaking faucets throughout your home especially if you notice the pressure in water has changed.
What To Do
If you notice any signs that your pipes are not working like they should, call our expert team of professional plumbers as soon as you can in order to avoid any more damage. Our team will assess the problem and take a holistic look at the state of your home’s plumbing and pipes.
We know how distressing plumbing issues can be when it occurs in your home. Our professional team is equipped with the tools and knowledge to provide your home with a high-quality and efficient fix for any pipe issue. Best Plumbing is proud to have served the greater Seattle area for over 50 years. Contact us today!