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4 Common Plumbing Problems

All of us depends on our excellent working plumbing system, but you don’t often stop to think about how well it’s working. We tend to notice only our plumbing systems when they’re not working properly. In today’s post, we’ll tell about 4 of the most common plumbing problems Winnipeg homeowners experience. If you are experiencing any of these problems, or any kind of issue with your plumbing, then schedule Free Estimate with Rocket Rooter Inc.

Clogged Drains

Clogged drains are one of the most common problems homeowners experience throughout the year. Maybe your kitchen sink isn’t draining properly, or shower drain is completely clogged. Instead of taking chances and spending your time and extra money with a drain cleaner from your local store, call an experienced Winnipeg plumber and let us resolve your plumbing issues efficiently. We’ll perform an inspection and make sure that your drain system in a house working properly.

Leaky Faucets

Any kind of leak will definitely increase your monthly water bill. Leaks are generally caused by a loose washer that leads to a broken seal, allowing water to slowly trickle out. Repairing a leaky faucet isn’t a difficult task in and of itself, but it’s always best to have a professional plumber perform the work. You may not have the proper tools and hardware to repair the leak yourself, and you may even inadvertently cause more damage and spend more time and money.

Strange Noises

Strange noises whenever you flush a toilet, run the faucet, or turn on the shower are almost always a cause for concern. With the temperatures now dropping below freezing, clunks and bangs are often indications that there is ice in your pipes. During the summer, odd noises can be a sign that there is a blockage somewhere in your pipes, or that water is leaking somewhere in your system. Regardless of the season, you should always schedule a residential plumbing appointment when you hear odd noises coming from your home’s plumbing system.

Clogged Toilets

While many homeowners believe that toilets should be able to flush anything, non-flushable items like baby wipes, paper towels, FHP and cotton balls can all contribute to toilet blockage. Even if you’re only flushing toilet paper, mineral deposits that build up over time can often cause a plumbing system to slow down significantly. The problem could also be that your sewer line needs to be repaired, or that your home’s toilet is simply outdated and needs to be replaced. Every situation is different, and we’ll work with you to find an ideal, cost-effective solution for your home.

Residential and Commercial Plumbing in Winnipeg

Keep an eye on our blog page, as we’ll continue to add information about residential and commercial plumbing and common plumbing problems in future posts. Rocket Rooter inc is proud to serve Winnipeg and surrounding areas over 12 years— schedule appointment with a Rocket Rooter plumber today to prevent unnecessary and unexpected problems in the future!

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