Plumbing consists of a lot of working parts. There are a lot of plumbing pipes, faucets, toilets, and tubs that all have parts that allow them to work correctly. When one HVAC part breaks, it can cause a domino effect. Today, we will discuss 5 times you should call a plumber for repairs. C4 Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling offers 24/7 emergency plumbing repairs.
A burst pipe can occur from a variety of factors. Pipes can become brittle over time, making them prone to breaking. Frozen pipes are another reason pipes burst. Frozen pipes are the most frequent cause of pipe bursting. We also see pipes burst from being clogged. If a pipe bursts, it is considered a plumbing emergency. A burst pipe can spread water throughout your property quickly, causing significant damages.
Leaky or dripping faucets can be annoying, but they also should be repaired. A dripping faucet can cause an increase in your water bill and could also cause damages to the area beneath your sink.
A running toilet can be frustrating, but it can also cause a lot of water waste. If your toilet isn’t holding water, it will continue to try and fill up, meaning you will end up with a surprise water bill and possible damage to your exterior pipes. Call a plumber to have it repaired as soon as possible.
Clogged Toilets, Sinks, or Tubs
When it comes to emergency plumbing, a clogged line is one of the more urgent emergencies. A clogged toilet, sink, or tub could cause sewage to enter your property. Sewage is hazardous, as it usually contains viruses and pathogens. If you have a blocked pipe, call a professional plumber as soon as possible. You never want sewage to enter your home.
A small leak in a pipe beneath your sink may not seem like a huge deal, but it can quickly turn into one. Over time the small leak will cause damages. The leak will likely grow larger, and you will end up with extensive water damages and possible flooding inside your home.
If you have any sort of plumbing problem, give C4 Plumbing, Heating & Cooling today! Our team is always available and ready to repair any plumbing issues you may have.