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Scheduling routine plumbing maintenance is critical to keeping your plumbing systems up and running. Whether it is your pipes, drains, sewer line, or water heater it is important to make sure that they receive the care they require. At Drain
Do you have leaking pipes under your house?
Some signs to look out for are:
- Backflow From Drains
- Low Water Pressure Throughout Home
- Water Pooling In Your Yard
- Foul Odors Around Your Property
- Patches Of Dead Landscaping
Tree roots are real troublemakers for the pipes under your home. Sometimes, roots can actually crush some of the underground pipes. The pressure that is placed on the sewer lines can cause waste to flow back into the main drain of a home. Depending on the situation, our team can utilize traditional excavation methods or video camera inspections to locate the exact point of the problem and make the necessary repairs.
The soil around a home can indicate additional issues with your sewer line. Dark patches might be filled with waste that has gathered from pipe leaks directly underneath. Withering plants and grass could also imply the presence of hazardous waste inside the earth that most likely originated from a ruptured sewer line. Occasionally, damaged sewer pipes can even lead to cracks in the foundation or crawl space of a house.
When should you get pipe drain cleaning done?
Signs to look out for:
- Frequent Clogs
- Weak Flushes
- Slow Draining Water
- Smelly Odors
Water backflow coming from your toilet and other drains is a telltale sign that cleaning is needed. A localized clog usually occurs in the trap underneath a toilet or faucet. Such problems often involve the buildup of solid wastes that can be easily removed by professional drain cleaning services that utilize power augers or hydro-jetting.
Often, there might be a percolating effect inside a bathroom system. For example, a toilet flush leads to some water leaking into the bathtub or shower through the drain holes. Foul odors that come from the drains or fixtures also indicate that it’s time for a serious cleaning. Sticky human wastes might cling to the inner surfaces of pipes without causing any major clogs. However, the odor could make its way to bathrooms and kitchens if the drain pipes are not thoroughly cleaned.
When should you replace your leaking hot water heater?
Signs to look out for:
- Lack of Hot Water
- Water Pooling Under Tank
- Loud Tank
- Rusty Water
- Increased Water Bills
- Tank Cracks & Leaks
One of the biggest problems with hot water heaters is corrosion. In electric powered units, galvanic corrosion can occur when the heating elements come into contact with each other frequently. The anodes inside the water heater tank are also susceptible to this kind of damage. The lining of water heater tanks is usually made of steel, which has iron components that will slowly age.
When your system incurs enough damage related to this issues it might be time to replace your water heater altogether. The installation of a new unit with copper and brass pipes will help you avoid future unnecessary repairs. Find out more about getting a water heater installed with us today!
For affordable Skyline plumbing services, get in touch with the experts at DrainHelp.com. Call us today at (844) 372-4643.