Emergency Plumbing Services
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Emergency plumbing service ordinarily calls for a rush plumber to fix
a burst pipe. If you're getting wet, you probably need an emergency
plumbing service! Just give Rooter Experts a call and we'll take care
of it, as quickly as possible. Remember to try to find the water shut-off
valve near the burst pipe or the main building water shut-off valve, which
is typically located near the outside water meter. That can at least prevent
some damage until a plumber can get to the scene.
Los Angeles County Residential Plumbing Contractors
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Suggestions from your Plumbing Company
Water Meter: If you feel your water bill is increased because of an undiscovered leak,
you can always confirm it by examining the water meter. Just note the
reading at a time you're leaving the house for the day and no water
will be used. Give the meter a look-see when you get back...if the reading
differs, you do have a leak.
Kitchen: If the garbage disposal is clogged up, try pushing the reset button to
start with. It's that little red-colored switch beneath the device.
Laundry Room: Check washing machine hoses when you get the chance. .. replacing hoses
with bulges or wear could make your laundry room much more energy-efficient.
Outdoor Plumbing: Check your outdoor sinks, faucets and hoses on occasion. If any one of
them has low pressure, it may be a sign of a leak in the distributing
Kitchen: Run water through your garbage disposal before and after use...10 or
15 seconds should be sufficient.
Bathroom: Shower heads that are spraying abnormally could just be blocked with
mineral deposits and need a cleaning.
Plumbing Company Calendar: Seasonal Tips To Keep Your Plumbing in Good Shape
The Winter Months:
Got company over for the holidays? Spread out showers throughout the day
to conserve hot water energy and limit the drain usage.
The Spring Season:
Early spring is a great time to check pipes outside for any damage that
might have occurred during the low winter temps. If you have any pooled
up water or dripping faucets, get them fixed!
Soft floors or dead spots in the bathroom can mean the wood may actually
be rotting from water damage. Did you know toilets actually use about
40 percent of your home's water? Making sure they’re efficient
and sealed properly is important.
The Fall Season:
Leaves in your gutters and your outdoor drains are bad. Get rid of them!