When the faucets in your home’s sinks are pushing out their last few drops and the drains need resuscitation to be revived, it’s a sign that you need to call the professionals.
The longer you wait, the more the situation will worsen. Don’t let the damage get to other parts of the house.
That’s why we’re at your beck and call; allow us to assess the problem and take all the necessary measures.
Here are four times when you should call us:
The drains are blocked
You really don’t want to feel like a duck floatie in your own bathtub. But this nightmare might come true if drainage problems turn your tub into a kiddie pool.
Drainage issues make it difficult to use water in the bathroom and kitchen. If your sink is not draining fast enough, it’s a surefire sign of a drainage problem.
Drainage issues can arise due to a variety of reasons. From clogged passageways to rodent-infested pipelines, the culprits are many. Just peeping into drains won’t solve the problem.
Professional plumbers have special tools such as drain snakes to dislodge obstructions from pipes. This can be ten times more effective than any makeshift tools that you constructed out of wire hangers.
Water pressure is beyond low
It’s disheartening when you’ve been looking forward to a long shower after a day’s work, only to find mere droplets trickling down the showerhead.
There’s nothing luxurious about waiting half an hour just to wash off the shampoo in your hair. Needless to say, poor water pressure can dampen a perfectly good weekend-mood.
But we’re also here to warn you about any DIY tricks that may be springing about in your mind. Sometimes, these hacks can aggravate the problem. So it’s best to leave it up to professionals.
The back-flow issues are serious
Homeowners who’ve recently moved hold their lush carpets, wooden tables, and Italian tiles dearer than anything else. And why shouldn’t they? After all, you invested a chunk of your savings into building a house from the ground up and furnishing it to your taste.
You couldn’t possibly see all your hand-picked furnishings go to waste because of water damage.
Your heart sinks a little every time the back-flow issues resurface. It’s downright disgusting to see water spurting out of drains and stinking like rotten sewage waste.
Not only does it smell bad, but it also affects the hygiene standards of your house. Your home is no longer a safe place as long as the problem persists. So contact us ASAP.
There’s nothing more tragic than a Sunday at home with no water in the shower.
And worst of all, it’s not even your fault. You paid your bills on time so there’s no way the water supply could’ve been cut from the source.
In such situations, it’s most likely a plumbing problem. There could be a blockage in the line or a leak somewhere in the piping.
The problem is that most of your piping system is inside concrete walls. It’s impossible to detect the problem without jackhammering the stone structure.
But a professional plumber might have a better solution!