Do your water lines need repair? Give our team at Blitch Plumbing a call today, and we’d be more than happy to fix it!
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Top Quality Solutions for Your Water Line Problems
Some of the most stressful plumbing problems come from the water and drainage lines. We rarely notice them when they’re working right, but when something goes wrong, they can drive us crazy and make our lives much more difficult. When problems with these components happen, you need a trusted plumber to help identify and correct the problem quickly not just for your home, but for your overall health as well.
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Does Your Water Line Need Repair?
Because water lines are rarely distinguishable when functioning as they should, there are a variety of telltale signs to watch for that could indicate something is wrong with them.
If the water coming from your faucets or showerhead is any color other than clear, it could be an indication that your water line needs repair. Rust or minerals could potentially get into your water system, and they can create severe health hazards. If you notice gray, brown, or beige water, it’s wise to contact a plumbing company right away
Low water pressure
If the water pressure coming from your sink or shower is low, it could mean that there’s a leak in your water line.
Surprisingly high water bill
Speaking of paying more for your water bill than you should, a high water bill (whatever the cause of it may be) is typically a sign that something isn’t quite right. You may notice an increased water bill after you notice a decrease in the water pressure, but sometimes, a high water bill is not preceded by lower water pressure. If you notice that your water bill has gone up significantly compared to the previous bill and you aren’t sure why, don’t wait- call our team at Blitch Plumbing right away.
Puddles of water
Another clear sign of a leak could be pools of water forming in places that they shouldn’t, such as in your yard or on the street, especially if it hasn’t recently rained. This may be an indication of a serious problem with your water line.
If you notice rust growing on your pipes, it might be an indication of an even bigger, more fundamental issue with your water line. It’s advisable to check your pipes every now and then to see if any rust is growing, as the earlier you detect it, the better.
Unnatural noises from your fixtures
The only sound that should come from a faucet or a showerhead is the sound of running water. If you hear any bumping, banging, or bubbling sounds, it could be a sign of a leak.
Our plumber’s Commitment to You
Our customers are the core of our business. At Blitch Plumbing, we are fully committed to providing top-tier customer service and making every effort to satisfy you, no matter what. That includes leaving every work area better than we found it, communicating with our customers from start to finish, and standing behind our work 100%.
Simply put, if something isn’t right, we will do what needs to be done in order to make it right because we take pride in our work and stand behind every job. Your satisfaction is so important to us that we invite you to call one of our owners at any time. That’s how committed we are to serving you.
We offer emergency service, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year because we’re always there to help you, no matter the time, with no additional charge for Saturday service until 5 pm- and when you call us, your call will always be answered by a real person, not an automated answering message. Why? Because we are that driven to serve you and help you get back to doing the things that matter.
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