4 COMMON PLUMBING PROBLEMS IN SEATTLE

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SPECIALIZING IN SEWER REPAIR AND SEWER CLEANING SERVICES

Over 15 Years of Experience

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Over 15 Years of Experience

Locally Owned & Operated

Licensed, Insured, Bonded

Our team of professionals at N.W. Sewer & Drain is dedicated to provide the best service to our customers in Marysville, Everett, Lynwood, Redmond, Mt. Lake Terrace, Kirkland, Bothell, Bellevue, Queen Anne, Capitol Hill, Shoreline, and Edmonds, Washington. Plumbing problems often come with a negative stigma which is why our team makes it a priority to offer innovative techniques that solve your common plumbing problems. There are a variety of plumbing problems your home or business can experience, but some of the most common plumbing issues include the following:

1. Low Water Pressure

Low water pressure can be a common occurrence within your Seattle property. Signs of low water pressure would include dripping faucet or if you are experiencing dripping or little water coming out of the faucet these are all signs that you have low water pressure in your home. These signs could also be an indication of a leak within the system.

2. Slow Drains

Another common sign of a plumbing problem is a slow drain. When experiencing a slow drain, it is common for individuals to buy a chemically based product to clear out the problem occurring within their pipes. However, these products are a minor temporary fix and is important to contact your local plumber. A slow drain can be caused by a variety of reasons including mineral or debris buildup. Depending on the age of your pipes, there could also be corrosion internally causing the drain to slow down.

3. Running Toilets

Running toilets are much more than an irritating sound. A running toilet can be a waste of water in addition to a potential water leak. A running toilet can cause you to lose gallons of water every day. The longer that this problem goes on the more water you lose and the higher your water bill could be.

4. Leaky Pipes

The health of your pipes is essential to the function of your plumbing system. If you start seeing your water bill slowly go up, or if you see a drastic different there’s a possibility of a leaking pipe. You may also smell mold, see water spots, or stained and damaged spots on the ceiling. A leaking pipe can lead to a much more serious problem. It’s important to contact your plumber to help maintain these small problems.

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OUR AVAILABLE SERVICES

Our team of experienced professionals can provide you with a variety of pipe inspection, cleaning, repair, and replacement services that can maintain, rehabilitate, and restore your pipes to their proper function.

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