Plumbing Problems: Beyond Leaky Faucetsmillennium-plumbing
Many home or business owners will deal with a leaky faucet, clogged drain or broken toilet. But there are also several less common plumbing issues that can arise that will require the experience of a professional plumber to rectify. Here are just a few.
Dishwashers can occasionally malfunction and it is usually due to a blockage or similar issue and can be a huge mess to clean up if not addressed properly. Contact a plumber as soon as you notice the issue so it can be repaired and let it get back to work for you.
Did you know that your sewage lines require maintenance? It is suggested to have your sewer lines cleaned out every 18 to 22 months to make sure they are working properly. If you notice an issue with them, you should definitely contact your plumber sooner.
If you are smelling a sewage smell in your home, it could be due to a dry or faulty P-Trap. These are used to protect homes from the movement of sewage gas up the line and into the home. This is something you want to be investigated and repaired as soon as possible to prevent toxic gases filling your home and affecting your families health.
Has your sump pump stopped working or isn’t as effective? A malfunctioning pump can cause overheating and create condensation inside your home, as well as flooding and overflow within your basement.
If you have noticed that your pipe insulation has begun to deteriorate or is missing, it is time to call your Baltimore, MD plumber. Inadequate insulation allows your pipes to be susceptible to freezing and leaks.
Since these repairs are far more complicated than other more common plumbing issues, it is not suggested to perform these repairs yourself. Contact a licensed and trained plumber to evaluate your specific needs and perform the required repairs to ensure your home is safe and your plumbing is operating correctly. Give us a call today at (410) 265-8833 if you are looking for your go-to plumber!