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Your gas line is responsible for carrying natural gas to appliances inside and outside your property. Gas leaks can cause serious health issues. Natural gas can harm the environment. Untreated gas line problems can be costly.
Ensure That You Have a Safe and Functional Gas Line
Whether you need a new installation or a repair, it’s vital to work with a professional.
If you ever hear hissing sounds or smell gas, you should get in touch with us ASAP. Gas line problems should never be ignored.
Few issues are more annoying than clogged drains. Instead of pouring retail cleaning products into your sink or tub every month, rely on an expert to get rid of the problem.
Eliminate Stubborn Clogs Once and for All
Our work is finished once your drains are completely clear. You can rely on our methods to cut through the most stubborn grime and debris.
Regular drain cleaning services will help avoid problems like foul odors, slow draining, and backed up water. If debris is allowed to build up in your drain for too long, it could eventually result in pipe damage.
Make Sure Your Faucet, Sinks, and Toilets Work Properly
We can find out why your toilet is malfunctioning and repair or replace the faulty components on the spot. That way you won’t have to worry about annoying clogs or leaks.
If your toilet needs to be replaced or your water lines need to be rerouted, our plumbers have got you covered there, too.
Faucet problems? You can count on us to fix: noisy components, leaky components, low water pressure issues, sluggish levers and spray heads
Hindsight plumbing wants you to know the warning signs that your sewer may be backing up and need professional attention.
Sewer backup can cause all sorts of problems and damage long term if not addressed.
Sewer backup can cause all sorts of problems and damage long term if not addressed. Make sure to call us if any of these common signs describe your experience. First, sewage like odors emanating from your drains. This disgusting odor from your drains can be a sign that your drain is not transferring wastewater away from your home as it should. Second, if you are seeing a slowing in the draining of your fixtures, this could be due to the inability for wastewater to pass unobstructed through your pipes and sewer line. Third, you may experience a backup in the shower when flushing the toilet or backups in the sink when you use your dishwasher.
Another sign could be seen in the cleanout pipe area in your yard. When a sewer backs up, the wastewater can be pushed up through the cleanout pipe and become visible through the pipe.
The advantage of knowing these signs is you can detect sewage backup issues early and have hindsight plumbing out to take quick action to fix these problems before they can create further damage.
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Michael Hind Answers Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I have a slab leak?
There are a few indications you might have a slab leak.
1. Higher water bill than normal, some slab leaks can be exceedingly small but will eventually get bigger.
2. Warm spot on the floor. Higher percentage of slab leaks are on the hot side. If you notice this call a licensed plumber and they can diagnose the problem.
3. Water seeping out underneath cabinets or on floor in or near any plumbing in the house.
Should I repair or replace leaky faucets?
It is important to take quick action if you have any leaks in your home. These leaks can be faucets, shut off valves under sinks and tub and shower valves. Tub and shower valve leaks may be leaking into the wall which can be more serious.
Do I really need to worry about hidden leaks?
Hidden leaks can be very serious, if you notice any moisture in your home you should call us to diagnose the issue. Small leaks can cause extensive and expensive damage to your home. The average leak can cost up to $3000.00. In most cases, after a licensed plumber diagnosis a leak, you can file a claim with your insurance to cover most of the repair costs. It is important to contact a licensed plumber when you first notice the moisture, to avoid the chance of mold to start growing in the confined places where these leaks start.
My toilet sounds like it is constantly running - is the anything I can do to fix it?
Yes. Most of the time it will be a defective flapper or the fill valve can be adjusted. Still a good idea to have a licensed plumber come out to diagnose the problem. Many times it will require a tank rebuild.
Is having a tankless water heater more beneficial than conventional heater?
In these times of energy conservation, people are looking to be more energy efficient. Tankless water heaters are one of these ways. They do come with a higher price tag but as water heater companies start to phase out some water heaters and move to tankless systems, this option might be considered. There are hybrid tanked water heaters with a comparable price tag to the tankless systems, but do not provide endless hot water like a tankless system does and also requires the water to be reheated in order to achieve ideal water temperature.
Why does my hot water not work as well in the winter?
There are a few reasons your water heater might not be functioning like it use to. Electric water heaters have heating elements that may need to be replaced. Gas water heaters can have a build-up of sediment in the bottom which can affect the heating process of your system. The average life of a water heater is 8-10 years if annually maintained.
How can I tell if I need a water heater replaced?
The average water heater life is 8-10 years with proper maintenance. The date the water heater was installed is usually on the label located on the front of the tank. If no date can be located, you can go online and look up by the serial number.
What do I do if my toilet overflows?
First thing you would want to do is turn the shut-off valve off underneath the toilet, usually located on the wall on the lower left side of the toilet. If the valve seems to be to hard to turn do not force it, that might lead to a bigger issue. Plunge the toilet to see if the water level goes down. Do not continue to flush if the water level does not go down, this will cause further flooding. Call a licensed plumber who can use tools that should clear the toilet.
Why do my pipes rattle and make noise all the time?
There are several reasons this could happen.
1. Your water pressure can be too high.
2. Your irrigation system could be malfunctioning.
3. Your pool filler might need to be replaced or adjusted.
All these issues can be diagnosed and repaired by a licensed plumber.