Sometimes it’s a burst pipe, and other times it’s a failed water heater. But whatever the case, when you’re in a desperate situation, you don’t have time to wait for an appointment. At Reliability Home Services, we take pride in our two decades’ worth of experience and service, helping residents just like you out of plumbing jams. Put our number in your contact list, and remember to call when you have a problem that can’t wait.
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Common Plumbing Emergencies
It’s easy to take our plumbing for granted. Usually, it works as expected day and night. But like anything else, we don’t realize how much we depend on it until it’s gone. Since your plumbing rarely gives you a warning sign it’s about to fail, you’re often caught off guard and need to call in for help, regardless of whether it’s the middle of the night or on a holiday. Here are the most common reasons to call for emergency plumbing help:
- Broken water pipes
- Backed up drains
- Frozen pipes
- Gas leaks
- Failed water heater
- Broken water lines
Our expert techs have seen it all and fixed it all, and are standing by ready to help when you need the most.
Call for Help if Your Water Heater Does This!
Being without hot water is a real inconvenience. You often have to go without washing, cooking, and cleaning. When the water heater fails, it can sometimes be days before you get a replacement. That’s why it’s helpful to become familiar with the warning signs telling you to call a plumber for repair or replacement.
- If your water heater is over 15 years old, it’s time to replace it.
- If your water is rusty or murky, it’s a problem inside the tank.
- The lack of hot water or the water not staying hot is a sign your water heater is failing.
- Water leaks are a sure sign you need a new water tank.
- Always running out of hot water may be a sign you need a tankless system.
If you’re not sure about the health of your water heater, call one of our experts for an inspection.
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Why Consider Preventative Drain Cleaning?
If you’re like most people, you don’t clean the drains until there’s a clog. But allowing muck and sediment to build up to the point of stopping your drains is dangerous and puts unnecessary pressure on your pipes. To ensure your drains and pipes remain clean and safe, it’s wise to have regular drain cleaning to prevent clogs and keep your pipes free-flowing. Just like a regular oil change is good for your car, regular professional drain cleaning keeps your home’s plumbing in tip-top shape.