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4 Signs That You Need To Invest In A Plumber

When to call our a plumber

4 Signs That You Need To Invest In A Plumber

4 Signs That You Need To Invest In A Plumber

Deciding on when to call a plumber can sometimes be a difficult decision as you need to make sure you are not wasting your money on a problem that you can easily fix yourself. Some issues that you may think require a plumber could be solved quite easily, so it is important to be aware of where that line is and when you need to phone a professional. In this article, we will go over 4 different signs that suggest you need to invest in a plumber, so if you want to learn more, keep on reading to find out.

Bad Odours From The Drains

One sign that you need to invest in a plumber is bad odours coming from the drains. Bad odours can mean a number of things, and often it is caused by people washing things down the sink that they shouldn’t. In the UK, most sinks do not have a waste disposal unit and for some reason, people think that it means you can flush food waste down their sink. This food waste can eventually get blocked up the sink and start to smell. If the blockage is bad then you may not be able to fix it yourself, so best to call a plumber.

Slow Drainage

Another sign that you need a plumber is that you are experiencing slow drainage. Slow drainage can be caused by the same reason as above as the waste can get stuck down the drains, leading to it draining much slower than normal. If this is the case in your home, then it would be a good idea to search for a local handyman as they will be able to look at the issue and resolve it quickly. Sorting out the slow drainage straight away will prevent any further issues down the line.

Leaky Pipes

This may seem like an obvious one but if you are experiencing leaky pipes in your house then it is a sure sign that you need to invest in a plumber. There are a number of reasons your pipes are leaking, and it is not an issue that can be solved easily without a professional. If you notice leaky pipes in your home, then turn off the water supply and call a plumber straight away. The plumber can come out and assess the situation and make sure it doesn’t get any worse. 

It’s Been Years Since A Service

Even if there are no immediate issues with your plumbing, if you know that it has been a while since they have been checked, then it could be a good idea to hire a plumber to take a look at them. Particularly if you have just moved into a house or your house is very old, it may have been years since the pipes were assessed. So, if this is the case, then have a search for a reliable plumber and get them to double-check everything. This will stop you from having to fork out lots of money in the future to replace severely damaged pipes. 

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