At Plumb Perfect Plumbing, we know that not every plumbing problem requires emergency plumbing repair, but sometimes, waiting means increasing damage to your home. Locust Grove, VA residents have been trusting us as their ‘go-to’ plumber for over 20 years, and we want to be there for you too.
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Why Call for Drain Cleaning Services?
Slow and clogged drains are commonplace in homes all over the country. Many people handle clogged drains with tools like snakes, plungers, or chemical cleaning products. However, these tools don’t always fix the problem, and the clog returns. Also, chemical drain cleaners can harm older pipes.
The best way to fix clogged and slow drains is by calling a plumbing contractor like Plumb Perfect Plumbing. Our technicians use a variety of techniques to give pipes a deep, thorough cleaning you can’t get with other methods. Plus, our technologies are safe for your pipes and the environment. Call us today and find out how you’ll benefit from professional drain cleaning.
How to Increase the Lifespan of Your Water Heater
The average water heater lasts about 15 years, but many fail sooner than that because of how hard they work, keeping your water hot day in and out. To avoid a catastrophic water heater failure, here are some tips to increase its lifespan, so it provides many years of faithful service.
- Flush the tank once a year to drain out sediment.
- Check the pressure relief valve to ensure it works.
- Call a professional for repair if you notice anything unusual, like banging sounds or rust-colored water.
- Insulate older tanks to reduce stress on the system.
- Call a water heater contractor for maintenance at least once a year.
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When to Call an Emergency Plumber
Plumbing problems don’t always rise to emergency levels, but when they do, it’s good to know you have a company standing by ready to help at a moment’s notice. Call us if you have:
- Burst pipes
- A sewage backup into your drains
- Gas line leaks
- Water heater failure
- A toilet that won’t flush