Give Your Shower a Luxury Upgrade

Give Your Shower a Luxury Upgrade

3 Signs You Should Call A Plumber

by Mae Wallace

Plumbing problems are very intrusive and disruptive things that you'll most certainly want to fix immediately. However, while it might be tempting to do-it-yourself, perhaps you should reconsider. While a clogged drain here and there is an easy enough fix, other problems are best left to the professionals. This is because your plumbing is delicate and you could very well cause more damage that already was there in the first place. So, you should call a plumber if you are noticing...

Your Faucets Have A Constant Drip

You might not even think of this as a problem, after all, aside from being a minor annoyance, how bad can it be? You'd actually be surprised, an unchecked leak can do a lot more than you think. A little drip can a surprisingly big difference in how much you pay a month in water bills. So, if it seems like your water bills have been a bit higher than normal and your faucet is leaking, it most likely the cause. Of course, a leaky faucet can also indicate that there is a problem in your piping somewhere as well. Luckily, this is a very small fix for a plumber that will take them no time at all. 

Your Water Pressure Is Acting Up

Poor water pressure in your home can be a problem. Yet, before you pick up that phone and call for help, try cleaning the fixtures on your sink or shower as it can simply be a mineral deposit. Yet, if these things are clean, you most likely have an obstruction somewhere. It would be wise once you figure out that it is definitely the piping to call a plumber immediately as well, as the problem will only get worse with time. You definitely shouldn't try to clear the blockage yourself, as you can cause piping damage or leaks to form.

Leaky Pipes

Leaky pipes, while you might not see them directly, can often be heard or smelt. So, if you notice any weird damp spots on the wall or perhaps smell a musty smell it's best to get a jump on repairs. A small leak can spell disaster for your home and dealing with the consequences of water damage can be a lot more costly than any plumbing bill could be. Leaks, while not always complex, should definitely not be attempted by yourself, as you can often cause more a problem then you had to begin with. 

So, if you are having plumbing troubles don't hesitate to call a professional plumbing services company immediately. 


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Give Your Shower a Luxury Upgrade

I don’t know about you, but I work hard, and at the end of the day, I really want to come home to a relaxing hot shower. That’s hard to do, though, when your shower enclosure is too small, or when your water pressure is terrible. I decided that what I needed to do was give my shower space an upgrade. I had a larger shower enclosure installed, along with some massage jets and a shower seat. I started this blog about shower options to help you learn how to upgrade and improve your own shower experience. It’s more affordable than you think, and you can even do some of the work yourself. Check out the tips and advice on this blog to get the shower that you deserve.