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Plumbing problems come in a variety of forms. Some are easy and inexpensive to fix like a leaky faucet, while others can be quite expensive and cause significant damage such as a burst pipe. It is important to address any plumbing issue with proper attention before it turns into a bigger problem. Let’s take a look at the most common plumbing problems homeowners are faced with.

Leaking Faucets

We’ve all had a dripping faucet at some point. While the drip, drip, drip sound may be annoying, the actual problem isn’t going to cause any extensive damage. However, it does waste water, which increases your water bill and wastes valuable resources.

Toilets that Constantly Runs

Leaky toilets that constantly run, are similar to leaky faucets. They do not cause any real damage, but they do eat a hole in your wallet. Toilets can waste a substantial amount of water per day. The fix can be as simple as a fill valve issue. Having your toilet looked at and any worn out parts replaced will save you money on your next water bill.

Low Water Pressure

Many homes, especially older homes experience low water pressure. There could be a few different reasons you are experiencing low water pressure. For instance, it may be as simple as changing out the faucet on your sink. It can also be as serious as a hidden leak in one or more of the pipes in your walls or under your house.

Leaking Pipes

No matter how slow the leaking pipe, if left unrepaired it can cause extensive damage to the structure of your home and turn into an extremely costly repair. Leaking pipes should be repaired by a professional immediately to prevent further water damage.

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D&D Plumbing has over 30 years of experience in the plumbing industry. Our experienced technicians will quickly assess the source of the problem and properly fix the plumbing issue the first time! Contact us to schedule an appointment today!