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Common Signs of a Plumbing Problem

Kitchens and bathrooms are two of the most used areas in any commercial or residential property. Any service disruptions in these spaces could indicate a potential plumbing emergency. The following signs usually mean you’re having kitchen and bath plumbing issues that need professional assistance:

Drippy Faucets

Water dripping from a leaking spout increases your utility bill drop by drop. We may need to replace parts of the faucet, or there may be system corrosion. Faulty DIY faucet installations can also lead to expensive drips.

No Hot Water

 You should have hot water to start the day before you reach the capacity of your water heater or boiler. If your water fails to heat up with barely any use, you may have an issue with your water heating system. We can also check for leaks where your hot water escapes into the ground or walls.

Drainage Issues

 Clogged pipes can cause water to back up and pool, refusing to let it clear out for further use. It can be a minor annoyance in a bathroom sink or a major disturbance, like a clogged garbage disposal. Leaving any drainage problem unaddressed can cause further problems over time.

Discolored Water

Your water supply lines should provide clear and clean water to all supply ports, from the toilet to the kitchen sink. Discolored water could be a sign that the pipes have rusted over. In rarer but serious cases, the discolored water means something has polluted the main line.

Poor Water Pressure

Poor or low water pressure often means something is blocking the water lines. Low pressure can also indicate a burst or leaky pipe, which could lead to property damage. If you have poor pressure in all faucets, the main line likely has the issue.

Why You Should Call Action Craft Experts for Your Plumbing Needs

People Also Want to Know

Technicians use most of the same pipes and parts in kitchens and bathrooms. However, plumbing systems differ depending on the qualities needed to withstand how we use each place. For example, pipes plumbers use in the kitchen are typically larger than bathroom plumbing to account for food waste.

While we may not think household pipes need inspections, plumbers recommend scheduling a preventative service once every two years. Houses over 40 years old should receive a plumbing inspection annually or more. These appointments should help find and stop any potential plumbing issues.

DIY services may seem like a good option, but poor plumbing can significantly affect your property. If an unlicensed and uninsured person works on your pipes, you would likely shoulder the costs if they make a mistake. A professional plumber has the education and state approval needed to do a job correctly and insurance as a backup measure.

For Quick and Effective Plumbing Solutions, Call Us

Our Action Craft Experts plumbers install, replace, and repair kitchen and bath plumbing pipes in Spokane, WA, Coeur d’Alene, ID and nearby cities. We guarantee 100% satisfaction with our services, so if you aren’t happy with the results, we’re not done yet. Our team can also work with your budget so your system gets the care it needs.

For questions or to set up an appointment, call (509) 204-3335 today!

More Services:

Plumbing Repair
Plumbing Inspection
Drain Cleaning
Water Heater Installs
Water Heater Repairs
Kitchen & Bath Plumbing
Water Treatment
Water Softener

Service Areas:

Spokane
Spokane Valley
Cheney
Mead

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