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3 Signs That It’s Time to Call a Plumber

logoWe all lead busy lives in this day and age. The fact of the matter is that the old adage about there not being enough time in the day is truer now than ever before. Ironically, as connected as we all are these days, it seems easier than ever to let certain issues slip through the cracks.  We’ve all got odds and ends that we’ve placed on the back burner in order to prioritize other responsibilities. If you ask us, though, your plumbing system is important enough to keep at the top of your priority list.

Sure, there are plenty of plumbing issues that you may encounter which will not necessarily cross the threshold into “emergency plumbing” territory. The fact that you do not need to get a plumber out to your home in the middle of the night does not mean that such problems should be left to fester,  though. In fact, the longer that they go unresolved, the more likely they are to develop into something approaching an emergency. Contact the Henderson plumbers that you can trust here at The Sunny Plumber Las Vegas to have your issues addressed promptly.

Do You Have a Leak of Any Kind?

You go downstairs to grab a drink of water before settling in for the night, and you discover that your kitchen is flooding due to a burst water supply line. Okay, you are probably going to be reaching out for professional plumbing services immediately in such an event.  This is not the only case in which you should take leaks seriously, though.

Even something as “minor” as a leaky faucet is something that deserves prompt attention from a plumbing professional. Why? Because it not only suggests that other areas of the plumbing system could be compromised—you don’t want to hedge your bets on it being an isolated incident—but you are also paying for all that water that you are wasting! It may be an incremental spike in your water costs, but that will really add up over time.

Do You Have to Wait Around for Sufficient Drainage?

Again, this may seem like much more of an annoyance than it does a real problem. However, slow-moving drains can spell real trouble in your home. Sure, you may have a slight clog in just one area of the house. What about when drainage seems to slow throughout the property,  though?

That suggests that there could be a much more serious clog, potentially even in your sewer line itself. That can throw pressure off in your pipe, and you may start to run into trouble with overflowing toilets and even sewer backups. Trust us, professional sewer and drain cleaning services are not something to wait on.

Is Pressure Dropping Throughout the House?

One of the trickiest parts of navigating plumbing issues is the fact that so many different issues can have so many different causes. Take a loss of water pressure in your home. It is a problem local to one fixture in the house? You may have hard water deposits in that line, or that supply line may have a small leak.

Or, you could have a drop in pressure throughout your house. It could be more substantial deposits causing the problem. It could even be an issue with the municipal supply. Or you could have a water line leak on your property. Of course, not all water line leaks will cause a significant drop in water pressure. The best advice that we can give is to take any irregularities with your system seriously, and to make your plumbing system the priority that it truly is.

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