Do I Need a Plumber?

If you own a home, chances are, you are going to have plumbing issues if you haven’t already. The seals that prevent water from leaking from your plumbing system will naturally degrade due to water pressure over time causing water to leak out or cause plumbing fixtures to fail. Leaky pipes, toilets, or sinks can lead to much larger issues including mold, and wood or drywall damage; not to mention increased water costs. All this simply means that you need a plumber. Plumbing failures never happen at an ideal time, so it is always important to contact a plumber at the first sign of an issue, and it always helps to keep a 24-hour plumbing service on speed dial..

How do you know when to call a plumber?

Installation of New Faucet

Leaky Faucet

A leaky faucet can leak several gallons of water per day which could drastically increase your water bill. When you need to install or replace a faucet, you should hire a professional plumber to aid in the selection of quality equipment and proper installation to ensure the new faucet will last a long time. While you’re at it, consider the style of your faucet to upgrade the look of your bathroom or kitchen.  

Water Heater Installation

Leaking Water Heater Replacement - After

Proper maintenance of your water heater by a licensed plumber can go a long way to preventing major issues. Traditional water heaters should be flushed once per year to help prevent corrosion and the buildup of sediment which can lead to blockages. Once a water heater fails you may be dealing with the inconvenience of no hot water, or in the event of a leak it could lead to flooding causing major damage to your home. Having a plumber maintain your water heater will help you to plan for the replacement of your water heater once it reaches the end of its life.

Toilet Installation

Toilet Installation

From time to time a toilet may need to be replaced. It could be that the repairs of the internal mechanism may be too expensive, or the porcelain bowl may have cracked. Every toilet requires the correct installation procedure to ensure reliable and leak-free function. There are several options to consider when purchasing a new toilet such as the height, water efficiency, and the cost of parts when considering future maintenance repairs. One of the most important considerations is who will properly install the toilet. Once you have made the right choice a properly installed toilet can last up to 50 years.  

Valve and Regulator Installation

Do you hear scary noises coming from your water pipes? Or, maybe you’ve noticed that leaks continue to develop in your toilets or faucets. This could be caused by the valves or regulators that control your home’s water pressure. A licensed plumber can replace these defective parts, and ensure your water system is properly pressurized.

Conclusion

Are you have plumbing issues? If you live in Jefferson, GA, Hoschton, GA or surrounding areas; we at Plumbing and Mechanical Services will be happy to help you resolve your issue. We also provide phone consultations at the time of request for help with plumbing issues. We believe that performing quality work at a fair price is the only way to do business. In case of emergency, you can even call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Just call (678) 769-0838.

Our Master Plumber, Dave Sherman, has over 30 years of experience. Our work speaks for itself. With over 100 Google reviews, 75 on Home Advisor, and even more on other popular sites, the community voiced their opinion of us, and we’re proud of the words they’ve chosen.