Small Plumbing Issues That Indicate Bigger Problems

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Small Plumbing Issues That Indicate Bigger Problems

April 20, 2021

Seattle Plumbing Installation Blog

When it comes to pipes and plumbing, what might seem like a minor inconvenience can be a sign of a much larger problem. To avoid future disasters down the line, it’s smart to call a plumber rather than ignore the problem until it gets worse. Here are 5 plumbing problems that the experts at Best Plumbing don’t want you to ignore.

Low Water Pressure

Low water pressure in your home can be a lot more than an inconvenience. In just one area, it may be a quick fix, but low water pressure across all sources can indicate a leak somewhere in your home. This can cause both significant water damage and a high water bill. 

Constant Clogs

Small, easily manageable clogs can be handled with household tools, but more frequent clogs can indicate a more serious blockage that requires professional attention. This can happen after months of build-up in drains. Serious blocked drains can also cause water to back up from other areas. If this is a problem you’ve encountered in your home, it’s best to get professional help!

Leaky Pipes

While a dripping faucet might be easy to sideline, consistently dripping faucets and pipes can lead to wasted water and dollars as well as water damage. Fixing a leaky faucet or pipe is typically an easy project that a plumber can help you repair. High water pressure, mineral buildup and corrosion, or faulty parts can all result in leaking pipes. Hard water is a culprit of both corrosion and build-up, and it’s common here in the Northwest. We’re here to help you get to the route of the problem. 

Higher Water Bills

If you experience a sudden spike in your typical water bills, it might not be the fault of someone in your household taking long showers. A much higher month-to-month water bill could be anything from a running toilet to a major leak. 

Loud Pipes

If your pipes have a loud, noticeable rumbling, it might not just be a quirk of your home. Rattling pipes can indicate issues with water flow and, left ignored, can eventually lead to unstable pipes. Parts may come loose, resulting in water leaks, and the overall integrity of your pipes can be at risk.

Solve Your Plumbing Woes With Best Plumbing!

Best Plumbing is your local sewage and plumbing experts in the Puget Sound area. From minor plumbing problems to emergencies, we’re here to help. Give us a call any day or week at (206) 633-1700, or contact us online.

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