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Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions

What problems do you need a plumber for?

Plumbers handle anything that has to do with your plumbing system--that's the pipes throughout your property that carry water around your home. This can mean toilets, faucets, waterlines, septic tanks, and other aspects of the water systems in your home. While not all water issues call for a plumber (for example leaks from the roof require a roofer) most of the time when you find a puddle of water or a faucet not working then your first call should be to a plumber. We tend to take the flow of water and the functioning of our water systems for granted because a vast majority of it happens behind the scenes. But when there's an issue, you'll know.

Common problems to call a plumber for include:

  • Running toilet
  • Clogged toilet
  • Leaking pipes
  • Dripping faucet
  • Low water pressure
  • Faulty water heater
  • Sewer system backup
  • Installations

Do plumbers have specialties?

Many plumbers can do all jobs. Like many vocational trades they spend a long time learning about their systems before spending years as an apprentice with a master plumber to learn on the job skills. By the time you're calling a plumber, they've been doing this for years and have seen quite a lot. But some plumbers have more experience with certain issues or types of plumbing systems. For example, plumbing in commercial buildings is going to be different than residential and you're going to want to call the right plumber for the type of dwelling your issue is in. Some plumbers are skilled in plumbing construction and doing the actual work of installing systems, rather than repairing them. Some plumbers are skilled in pipefitting while others work with steamfitters. Ultimately, you want to ask your plumber where their skill sets lie to find out if it's a right fit for your needs.

Can I fix plumbing problems myself?

That depends, and trying to DIY problems can be a slippery slope. Still, there are some issues you probably will be wasting a plumber's time with. For example, the most common plumbing issue is a clogged toilet and most of them can be handled by homeowners, however if larger debris or even wildlife ended up down the toilet, you're going to need a professional. Likewise, a leaking faucet often is a simple issue of taking a wrench to tighten the pipe. Even a leaking toilet can be handled by a homeowner depending on the severity of an issue. What you don't want to be tackling on your own is anything to do with your water heater, septic system, or frozen pipes. It never hurts to call and consult with a professional to see if your issue requires their attention.

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