What may seem to be a minor problem with pipes or plumbing can indicate a larger problem. It’s better to call a plumber than wait for the problem to get worse.
Low water pressure
Low water pressure can cause more problems than just inconvenience. It may only be an issue in one place, but low pressure from all sources could indicate a leak somewhere within your home. This could lead to significant water damage or a large water bill.
Clogs that are small and manageable can be fixed with household tools. However, more severe clogs may require professional attention. This could happen after months of blockage in drains. Water can back up in other places if there is a serious blockage. This is something you should do if you have experienced in your home.
A dripping faucet may seem easy to ignore, but dripping pipes and faucets can cause water damage and wasted money. A plumber can usually help you fix a leaky faucet. Leakage can be caused by high water pressure, corrosion, mineral buildup, and faulty parts. Both corrosion and buildup can be caused by hard water.
Higher water bills
A sudden rise in your monthly water bill could be due to someone in your family taking too many showers. An unexpectedly high monthly water bill could indicate a running toilet or a major leak.
It could be more than a peculiarity of your home if your pipes rumble loudly. Rattling pipes could indicate problems with water flow. If left untreated, it can lead to collapsed pipes. Water leaks can occur when parts come off the pipes. Your pipes’ integrity could be at risk.