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It’s Time to Call a Plumber When…

There’s definitely something funky going on with your home’s plumbing system … but you’re not exactly sure if the problem you’re facing is substantial enough to call a plumber. You might feel like you’re alone in this gray area, but we meet many homeowners who are unsure about when to call us.

You don’t want to wait until it’s too late and you’re struggling to get your home back in shape. You always want to remain proactive with your plumbing. But we also understand how it can be hard to draw the line. That’s why we’ve compiled the best possible list for you below about when to reach out to us. If you need a plumber in Layton, UT, you can get in touch with the professionals on our team today. We’ll be out to your home in a flash to handle any problem you’re having.

Reasons to Get in Touch with a Plumber

So let’s get to it! When should you call a plumber? Here are a few reasons to pick up the phone and give us a ring.

A Clogged Toilet

So you go to flush your toilet … and things don’t go as planned. You’re suddenly going from no plumbing problems at all to a 9-1-1 emergency. Especially if this is the only toilet in your home. We understand how much of an inconvenience this can be to any homeowner and we’re sensitive to these issues. A clogged toilet doesn’t have to be an issue that ruins your day. If this is a problem you’re facing, it’s best to pick up the phone right away to get in touch with our professionals. We’ll fix the problem fast.

A Clogged Sink

Another clog on the list? Yes! Sink clogs are just as big of a problem. While it’s less of an inconvenience than a toilet clog, it’s still a problem that’s going to make a difference.

We know what your first instinct is—to run out to the store and buy a bottle of chemical drain cleaner. The products promise fast results, an effective outcome, and sometimes they even seem to work, right?

The truth is that even when these chemical drain cleaners do work they’re still causing damage to your drain. Chemical drain cleaners are caustic and while they may eat away at the problem happening in your pipe, it’s likely that they’ll also eat away at the pipe itself. Invest in your home with professional care.

Leaky Pipes

Does the sound of your bathroom sink drive you crazy all night long? You don’t have to deal with hearing those constant drips all day and night. You might think this is such a minor problem that it’s not even worth dealing with. The truth is that it will affect the effectiveness of your plumbing system and run up plumbing bills. Make sure that you schedule an appointment with us for the work you need.

Contact the HVAC and plumbing experts at Rentmeister Total Home Service today! Our professional plumbers can perform all the work that you need.

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