10 Most Common Plumbing Emergencies

10 Most Common Plumbing Emergencies

Plumbing problem is one of the emergencies every homeowner encounters. Gladly, you can get Mr. Rooter Plumbing on the line for this kind of issues. To give you an idea, here are the 10 most common plumbing emergencies.

Clogged sinks: This usually happens when you’re brushing your teeth in the comfort room or cleaning the dishes in the kitchen and the sink won’t drain. A slow drain is a hassle, but you can’t just easily consider it as an emergency. But if this activity continues to happen and the sink that refuses to drain became a very huge problem, then it could affect and slow down your daily routine at home.

Clogged toilets: The bathroom is one of the most frequently visited areas in a house and toilet is the most used facility in a bathroom. If the toilet is clogged, it might make weird noises, leak and or refuse to flush. To avoid negativity ruining your day, try some do-it-yourself ways in unclogging your toilet but note to consult an expert to avoid mishaps.

Clogged bathtubs and shower drains: This annoying event happens when you’re taking a bath and the water starts to rise going to your feet because of the shampoo and conditioner residues or strands of hair that blocks the passage of water.

Leaky faucets and toilets: The never-ending drip of faucets and toilets is a noise that irritates almost anyone, and can also add up to the bill you’re paying to water companies.

Leaking water heater: A leak from a water heater can cause property damage. Although, its valve can be easily replaced, if the water heater wall has completely developed rust, you will need a new water heater to overcome the problem.

Leaky washing machine hoses: Washing machines are well-built, heavy-duty appliances, but the water hoses become the concern. If you have seen a broken hose behind the washing machine, mind it as the molds and rust can be a serious issue.

Broken water lines: Natural disasters and poorly aimed shovels can cause underground water lines to break. Broken water lines can cause mushy areas in the yard, poor water quality and no or a much lower water pressure.

Burst pipes: Burst pipes could turn into a complete replacement and a professional is needed to fix this. Burst pipes are usually caused by indoor freezing temperatures and decaying.

No hot water: This is a problem especially for those who are always feeling cold and doesn’t want to take a bath using cold water. You go into the shower and suddenly the water goes ice-cold. This can be a water heater malfunction, electrical issue or plumbing leak.

Sewer system backup: It’s one of the scariest things that might happen to anyone. Sewer backups are untidy, expensive and inconvenient. Multiple drain clogs, bad sewage odors coming from the drains, rippling toilets, and water pooling around the basement floor drain are signs of a sewer system backup.

Despite all of this inconveniences, Mr. Rooter Plumbing has got you covered. If there’s anything you encounter in terms of plumbing matters, contact them now.

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