Plumber Hacks homeowners can use when issues arise

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There are simple home plumbing repairs that can be carried out by home owners. (Photo Credits)

When there are plumbing emergencies that occur at home, it is important that property owners have basic know-hows on responding to such emergencies.

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Simple and minor repairs can be included as well in these given that such could be vital in avoiding water damage as well as sky-rocketing water bills.

The Loudoun Homeowner shared some solutions to low water pressure problems. “Water is essential for cooking as well as drinking, so when you’re filling that bowl for the spaghetti noodles, you don’t want to wait. Low water pressure is a symptom with many possible causes, from a stuck shut-off valve to a hidden water leak. It is a legitimate concern when you notice low water pressure in your home or office. Low water pressure can be caused by many things. Simple problems like the shut-off valve being closed or a faucet being blocked can cause low water pressure. More serious issues like plumbing blockages or water leaks decrease water pressure, too. One common source of low water pressure occurs when the aerator (the screen at the end of the faucet) becomes clogged with calcium deposits. Usually you can unscrew the aerator, soak it in vinegar water to clean and replace.” Checkout the whole material here.

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Wisebread.com also came up with sample everyday plumbing concerns that can be addressed by any homeowner who may have basic plumbing know-how. A/C And HVAC  

“Knowing how to prevent a clogged or slow drain is just as important as knowing how to fix it. Use hair catchers in bathroom drains. Avoid putting grease or food particles down kitchen drains, and be sure you know what types of food are okay to put in your garbage disposal and how to properly operate it. Keep in mind that a slow drain could be an issue with a plumbing vent, which regulates the air pressure in the pipes. Plumbing vent issues should be handled by a plumber, but if you have debris caught in your drain pipes, then you should be able to fix it with a sink plunger or snaking the drain with a cable auger. You can find these at any hardware store. Also, don’t use conventional drain cleaners. These can harm your plumbing system and damage pipes made of soft metals.” Check the whole article here.

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Family Handyman for its part taught its readers how to do a simple faucet repair.

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“Doing your own faucet repair may seem daunting, but once you learn the basics, modern faucets are pretty easy to fix. In fact, the hardest step is usually finding the right replacement parts. In this article, we’ll tell you how to find replacement parts and show you how to stop spout drips on the three main types of single-lever faucets: rotary ball, cartridge and ceramic disc. We’re showing kitchen faucets, but you can fix most single-lever bath faucets using the same procedures. We’ll also show you how to stop leaks around the base of the spout. The tools you’ll need vary a little depending on the faucet you’re repairing. You’ll probably need an Allen wrench to remove the handle. Buy a set of small Allen wrenches, and you’ll be prepared for any faucet. Most repairs also require screwdrivers and a large slip-joint pliers.” Plumbing Association of San Diego 

Read the whole material here.

When in doubt about repair skills, it remains to be a wise decision to call for expert professional plumbing services to address the plumbing issue at home.

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