Toilets & Faucets
Toilets & Faucets
Our experienced and trained technicians have performed many service calls, and have experience finding and fixing plumbing problems. They can give you the best service because they have seen it all and know what is going on. Bathroom plumbing problems can happen at any time, in your tub, sink, shower or toilet. While you can take care of some of these problems yourself, others you are going to need a professional.
Flush Valve Repair
Shut Off Valve Repair
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Depending on the problem, repair can be fairly simple. However, it can also be a more advanced job. It can go from removing a pipe to clear it out, to removing your entire sink. If you think you have a problem, give us a call before a mild job becomes an excessive one.
How much does plumbing cost?
It depends on the job. We at Plumber Woodburn try to provide quality service at decent prices. Consult with your technician on the level of plumbing you need and the cost.
Faucets makes a loud noise when we turn it off, why?
It depends on the noise you are speaking of. If it is like a hammering sound, it could be a problem with water pressure or water flow. If it is a scraping noise, it could be that your faucet is getting rusty, most likely due to hard water residue. If there is a different sound, consult a technician.
How can I prevent leaking pipes?
Keep your water pressure below 60 psi.
Install a water softener because hard water can damage pipes, leading to leaks.
How do I keep my sewer line from backing up?
There are several ways you can prevent you sewer line from backing up:
- Don’t pour grease down the drain.
- Avoid throwing wet wipes, or anything that does not belong, down the toilet.
- Have a strainer in your drains do that hair does not get in them, clogging pies and sewer lines.
- Keep an eye for large trees growing near your sewer lines, their roots can mess up the system.
How can I winterize my pipes at home?
- Insulate pipes with insulation sleeves, wrapping or slip-on foam pipe insulation, making sure there are no gaps.
- Make sure any visible cracks in the exterior are sealed.
- Keep a heating source inside the building going to protect pipes against the cold.
- Allow water to run, like through a faucet, every once in a while, to prevent freezing.
- Use heat tape on pipes to prevent freezing.
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