Frequently Asked Questions
Below you will find helpful answer to common questions. Feel free to reach out to us for any questions you might have that is not listed below.
General Plumbing Questions
A running toilet is usually caused by a flapper, the rubber or plastic valve on the bottom of your tank, that fails to seal. Open the toilet tank and adjust the float arm to see if the water stops an inch below the overflow pipe. If the water doesn’t continue to fill, the flapper needs replaced.
If sewage is coming out of your toilet, it’s likely caused by a backup in the main sewage line. Call a plumber right away for assistance.
Hopefully, you’ll never experience sewage escaping from your toilet, but something you’ll likely experience as a homeowner or long-term renter is a leaky faucet or shower head attachment
Yes, Drano® and similar brands make sink–cleaning products that are safe for all sinks, including those with garbage disposals. If in doubt, check the drain cleaner’s label before using it.
Plumbing Services Info
Rates are based on a per need basis . Each call we will determine an estimated cost prior to service and no work is started without you agreeing on a price for service.
Yes your call is routed to the first available plumber and then your request for service granted.
Yes, we repair any plumbing issue you might have in your home or place of business.
Emergency Plumbing Questions
You should locate your main water shut off valve and turn it off temporarily until you are able to locate the leak and have an emergency plumber repair it.
You can shut off your valves on sinks or toilets yet if you are unsure where your leak is, then you should shut off your main water valve. This is generally located in the front of your home’s sidewalk or sometimes side of the home