Decreased Water Pressure Losing water pressure can be super annoying, and you will probably want to fix the situation as soon as you notice it. However, this isn’t such a good idea. For one, the exact cause of your loss in water pressure can be exceedingly difficult to find and pinpoint. For another, whatever you do to find the source of the pressure loss could make the problem much worse. A professional plumber has specialized equipment for finding and fixing such problems with minimal if any, damage to the home.
No Hot Water Your trusty hot water heater is an extremely important part of your home’s plumbing system. It’s responsible for hot showers, cleaning dishes, and anything else you might need hot or even warm water for. But what do you do if your water heater stops heating water? Although it will be highly tempting, you should refrain from investigating. Your water heater has some pretty complex parts, and it’s totally integrated with the plumbing and electrical or gas systems in your home. Damage to any one of those systems could be catastrophic.
Blocked Pipe Blocked pipes are tricky. You can go to any hardware store and purchase liquid drain cleaner or a consumer-grade plumbing snake, but what do those things do to your pipes? Although these items are widely available, they can actually do more damage than good. If you suspect there’s a blockage somewhere in your plumbing system, call the professionals at Master Plumbing right away!
Give Ready Plumbing a call at (651) 204-9196 or contact us online to get more information on how our expert plumbers can help you with your dripping faucet (or just about anything else plumbing related!). We are fully licensed, bonded, and insured.