From small, slow drips to a flooded basement, there are a variety of issues a plumber encounters on a daily basis. As a plumbing contractor for Rochester and the surrounding areas, we have become well-versed in all of these plumbing issues; big and small. Some problems you might be tempted to fix on your own, but we would like to provide an outline of two of the most common issues within the home and what a professional plumbing contractor can do to fix them.
Did you know that household leaks can waste more than one trillion gallons annually nationwide? What may seem like a small inconvenience you can let go, a slow leak or drip can actually cause quite a problem. They can increase your water bill as gallons of water leakage runs down the drain. Sometimes you can fix the issue yourself by replacing the faucet, or even by dismantling it, putting it back together and hoping for the best. In many instances you likely will need the help of plumbing contractors, who can certainly handle the faucet itself in the case of a repair or replacement. Frequently the issue lies beyond the faucet itself, plumbing contractors will come in to pinpoint where the problem exists.
If substantial time has passed, establishing a long and storied tap-leak history, plumbing contractors may be required. A damaged or rotten valve seat would be a simple example of a job that could require outside help.
Right now, flooded lower levels are occurring all over the country. If your home sits on a high water table, chances are you encounter a soggy lower level every single time it rains, not to mention what occurs after a downpour. With this water comes frequent replacement of sump pumps. After all, they are counted upon to do quite a bit of work. Know a good plumber and reach out to them if sump pump issues appear too daunting. If you find yourself standing in the middle of a flooded lower level, you do not want to have to call around for a best option.
Whatever your plumbing needs, big or small, always look for a plumbing contractor you can trust. Always look for a fully licensed, bonded and insured plumber, like Gander Plumbing.
Contact us for leaks, sump pumps and everything in between. Gander Plumbing can address emergencies, repairs and installations. For more information about our plumbing contractor in Rochester, contact Gander Plumbing at 507-282-7540 or you can contact us to Schedule an Appointment.