Plumbing work doesn’t always behave as expected, and when your drains are acting funky, it’s definitely time to be concerned!
The short answer: no, and you need toilet repair. But what sorts of water piping issues actually cause this common household nuisance?
Unfortunately, because many homeowners think this, they’re all too often shocked by the sudden appearance of a puddle, or worse, mold, beneath the sink, where they thought their water piping was strong. Garbage disposals can and do leak, just like any other piece of plumbing work; they do also handle water, after all.
It’s got an entire room named after it (the boiler room, of course), so you’d think a boiler is a pretty permanent structure to your home or business facility. Generally speaking, you’d be right! With proper maintenance, a boiler will last you multiple decades.
Water heaters aren’t finicky pieces of plumbing work, but they are vulnerable to rust if they aren't properly tended to.
Toilet repair: We don’t think about it until something major happens, and if you’re reading this blog, you’re probably at the end of your rope! A constantly clogging toilet is nothing short of exasperating—and potentially gross. Drop P&D Mechanical a line quickly and we’ll get your water piping back on track in no time.
No doubt, it’s important that your water be pressurized. Nothing is better than blasting yourself with showerhead that works like a firehose after a long day at work, and you need your sink to be a smidge higher than a trickle if you want to make any headway on dishes!
We’ve seen it all during our time as toilet repair professionals at P&D Mechanical, and while we’re perfectly happy to take care of any of your water piping repair needs, we also know that flushing things that shouldn't go down the toilet is a major preventable cause of plumbing work problems.
This valuable piece of plumbing work and heating work can’t last forever, but you can do a lot to prolong its longevity.
Your garbage disposal plays a more integral role in your kitchen than you may imagine. Sure, you could just scrape the scraps it handles into the garbage can across the room, but what’s to save your plumbing work from the ones that inevitably, at some point, will get missed? Plus, it helps to keep your sink from stinking up a storm, as it grinds up food for safe and relatively smell-free disposal. Talk about a hardworking machine!