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How can I stop my home pipes from leaking?
To mitigate the issue, try to inspect your pipes every once in a while.
If there’s a lot of rust and lime depositing on them, this may indicate that a leak has started or is just about to. If that’s the case in your home, the quicker solution would be to contact one of our specialists, as they will surely solve the problem. By performing such a simple and regular inspection you could stop a small problem before it turns into a large and expensive one.
All in all, leaking pipes can damage floors and belongings and become much more costly unless the problem has been detected early.
Are all of your plumbers state-certified?
Absolutely! Every plumber we’ve hired even for one-week work has been certified under all the licensing standards that New York City and the state of New York hold in place.
What area does your emergency service cover?
Usually, it is a 200-mile area. As a rule of thumb, if your location is within the state of New York and in a 200-mile radius from our office (which is located in NYC) - then we’ll be able to come to your aid in a timely and cost-efficient manner.
Why does my drain get clogged?
Most usually, home drains get clogged due to the fact that many people are not careful enough of what they put in them. That’s especially true when we’re talking about kitchens.
Other residential drains, like bathroom ones, are becoming clogged due to oil residue from soaps, shampoos, and hair. We advise you to keep an eye on what you put down your drains and treat them regularly with a drain cleaner such as Bio-Clean.
What is the reason that my home faucet drips?
Most likely, a faucet that’s dripping is a problem with a relatively simple solution. The faucet’s internal mechanisms and parts simply need to be rebuilt or replaced. Usually, that’s the easiest and the least expensive to fix them all. But did you know that you could also extend the life of your washers by simply turning off your faucets with a smooth, gliding move, as opposed to switching them harshly and forcefully?