The Sunny Plumber Las Vegas Blog : Archive for August, 2017

Why Might a Sump Pump Fail?

Monday, August 28th, 2017

sump-pump-installationThere are a lot of issues that homeowners benefit from planning ahead for. A flooded lower level in their house is one of them. Now, we don’t deal with torrential downpours frequently or rapid snowmelt ever. This does not mean that flooding in the lowest level of one’s home is never something to worry about, however. We do have storms, and there is always the risk of a pipe bursting, too. That is why it’s such a good idea to have a sump pump in your home.

Like any other mechanical system, a sump pump can fail. Understanding why a sump pump may fail is very important, because it will help you to better understand how you can avoid that issue. Be sure to contact us if and when you require any sump pump services in North Las Vegas, NV. Even our outstanding plumbers cannot make your sump pump 100% reliable, but we can definitely get it as close as possible.

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When to Call a Professional Plumber

Monday, August 14th, 2017

woman-with-plungerMost homeowners have enough common sense not to mess around with their electrical systems in any substantive way. For some reason, though, a lot of homeowners seem to think that anything goes when it comes to their plumbing systems! We get it. These days, you can find tutorials on how to handle just about any “basic” plumbing service that you may require in your home. Watching a 10-minute internet video does not suddenly equip you with the working knowledge to get the great results that you deserve, however.

Today, we are going to discuss a few instances in which you are best off calling a professional plumber. By all means, go ahead and try to plunge that toilet on your own. Comfortable popping off the P-trap to clear a very simple blockage? That’s probably just fine. Still, in most cases, enlisting the services of professional plumbers in Paradise, NV is the way to go. Don’t create a hassle as you try to DIY.

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