The 4 Most Common Plumbing Problems

Every homeowner expects to have to call a plumber once in a while. After all, plumbing is one of the most important systems of any home, and a lot of things can go wrong with it. While some minor plumbing issues can be fixed by the handier homeowner types, bigger issues will require professional attention. And even the most common plumbing problems can be done right, the first time, by a reliable, certified plumbing service provider.

Common Plumbing Problems – And When to Call a Professional

  1. Dripping Faucets

They waste water and money. A few drops per minute during the day could escalate into a continuous flow during the night, and flood your bathroom or kitchen. Faucets are easy to fix or replace, but if you don’t feel up to the task, our technicians can get the job done in minutes.

  1. Running Toilets

A single running toilet can waste hundreds of water gallons a day, and significantly raise your utility bills. The most common causes for leaking toilets are the chains, the flappers, or the pump floaters. If you don’t mind getting your hands wet, you can check them yourself. To save time and gain peace of mind, you can call Elite emergency plumbing service 24/7.

  1. Low Water Pressure

When the water pressure drops, showering, washing your hands, or doing the dishes can become a real challenge. Mineral deposits building up in the pipes are usually to blame, but a professional plumber can identify the exact cause and solve the problem.

  1. Clogged or Slow Drains

Slow or clogged drains can make flushing the toilet or washing the dishes a nightmare. You can try to unclog drains using a plunger, a plumbing snake, a chemical remover, or a mix of vinegar and baking soda. If nothing works, your drains need a thorough cleaning – and that’s a task for Elite plumbers.

For prompt, efficient, and affordable plumbing repair services, contact Elite Heating, Cooling & Plumbing now!

Elite Heating, Cooling & Plumbing
3085 E Post Rd , Las Vegas, NV 89120
702-263-2665

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