Jobs You Should Always Leave to Your Plumbers
Excerpt: Even if you are handy at home, most plumbing problems should be left to a professional. This article outlines just a few of the many important jobs your plumber should complete for the best results.
While some plumbing problems are minor and have quick fixes you can complete on your own, the majority of plumbing issues are better left to a professional. Even if you know your way around a toolbox, there are many reasons you should always call for help when a larger plumbing problem occurs. Your Myrtle Beach plumbers have the tools and experience necessary to solve any plumbing problem, large or small, with a minimum of time and without damaging your home or your plumbing.
Sewage backups occur when your home’s main sewer line is clogged or damaged. Although you may be able to handle some minor drain problems using a plunger or an eco-friendly drain cleaning solution, main sewer line issues and the resulting sewage backups should always be left to professional plumbers for several reasons. First, the raw sewage that backs up from your main sewer line is comprised of all the untreated wastewater from your home. This means that it could contain bacteria or diseases that can be harmful if not handled properly. Only your plumber has the equipment and knowledge necessary to clean up after a sewage backup to ensure your family is not exposed to any health hazards. Second, your main sewer line is located beneath your yard, and requires specialized tools to access without causing extensive damage to your property. Professional plumbers have access to and experience with tools such as inspection cameras and hydro jetting machines to solve sewage backups with minimal or no digging at all to protect your property and minimize the time it takes to restore your sewer line to full function.
Plumbing Pipe Replacements
Over time, your plumbing pipes accumulate wear and tear as you use them. Minerals in your water can be left behind on pipes and fixtures as deposits that slowly cause corrosion and lead to widespread leaks and poor water pressure. If it’s time to replace some or all of your plumbing, this is not a do-it-yourself project. Repiping should always be left to professional plumbers to ensure the job is done correctly with all building and other safety codes taken into consideration. The layout, composition, and installation of your plumbing pipes all matter in terms of plumbing convenience, longevity, and safety. This complex job can be completed quickly by plumbers with the experience it takes to install your new plumbing correctly to provide you with decades of high-quality performance.
Water Heater Installations
While some basic water heater maintenance can be performed without the help of a plumber, the installation of a new water heater should always be left to a plumbing professional. Improper installation could cause plumbing problems that include leaks and electrical or gas line hazards, as well as shorten the life of your new water heater and drastically increase your utility costs. The only way to ensure your water heater is installed properly for both safety and efficiency purposes is to let your professional plumber handle the job.
Our Myrtle Beach plumbers are dedicated to delivering prompt, professional service including drain cleaning, garbage disposal repairs, and water heater repair and installation. You can learn more about the benefits of working with a professional for all your plumbing needs on our blog, or click through our website to discover all the services our plumbers offer for your home.