Warning Signs You Need to Call an Emergency Plumber

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The onset of plumbing trouble may not be glaringly obvious; usually, because the underlying problem may take a significant amount of time to manifest into a full-blown emergency. Therefore, it is crucial to ensure that you know how to spot the signs that would indicate that something is off-kilter. Undetected plumbing problems will not only cause water damage to your home but will eventually lead to the development of mould, which can severely compromise the health of all the inhabitants of the home. Outlined below are of some of the signs that you should be wary of that would indicate your home needs urgent plumbing repair.

Slow Drains

Typically, when homeowners become aware of a sink with slow drainage, they will assume that it has developed a minor clog. If this is the case, a plunger should be able to restore the drain to its normal functioning. However, if you find that a number of sinks in your home are experiencing slow drainage, chances are there could be a bigger problem in your hands. In these instances, it could mean that your main sewer lines have developed a severe blockage. It could also be indicative of tree roots growing into the plumbing, which would prevent the flow of water.

It would be prudent to engage the services of an emergency plumber so that they can dislodge what is preventing the water from draining appropriately. Left unchecked, you could end up having to contend with a burst pipe, and this can lead to severe flooding of waste matter on your premises.

Decreased Water Pressure 

You may experience low water pressure in your residence due to several reasons. Over time, residue from the water can begin to build up in your faucets. This is especially common when your main water supply is hard water. To remedy this, you should disassemble your faucet's aerator and give it a thorough cleaning to eliminate any calcified deposits on it. The same should be done to showerheads that do not have high water pressure.

However, this is not the only reason why you may have low water pressure. If cleaning of the faucet aerator does not work, then your low water pressure could be caused by an undetected leak in your home or decreased diameter in your plumbing due to clogs. It would be best to hire an emergency plumber to determine the cause and rectify it.

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