Plumbing issues happen, and sooner or later homeowners in Chestermere are going to get stuck with a leaky pipe or a flooded basement and need the help of a plumber. RepairCare can help. We are available evenings, weekends and even holidays!
Damaged or broken pipes, worn out hardware or a poor installation could all result in leaks and can cause a lot of damage if not dealt with immediately. The most common source of household leaks is found in toilets, though the tub and sinks are also very common.
The most common types of leaks include:
Chestermere homeowners also need to watch for leaky fixtures, like faucets and shower heads because theycan change from a pesky leak to major pipe failure faster than you think!
Sewer backups in Chestermere are the results of blockages from drain line corrosion, tree roots, improper disposal of grease products, and excess water following a heavy rainfall or flood that leads to sewage flowing out of Chestermere city sewer lines and into homes through drain pipes. If you’ve found yourself with a backed up sewer, it’s important to get help quickly to stop further damage.
Clogged drains are not only annoying – they can cause some serious and expensive damage. If you notice water pooling up in any of the sinks or tubs in your Chestermere home and aren’t draining as quickly as it’s supposed to, it is likely you have a drain clog. RepairCare will send a qualified and licensed plumber to inspect and fix any clogged drains you may be facing.
Regularly checking your home plumbing can help you stay ahead of potential issues, such as floods, or expensive repairs as well as allow you to do preventative maintenance tasks. An inspection checks your toilets, pipes, drains, and fixtures. Diagnoses and inspections are designed to help you maintain the long term health of your home.
Unfortunately, no one can control nature and floods can occur. But, there are steps that we can take to protect our homes from the damage nature is capable of causing. Household waterproofing and flood protection can save you thousands of dollars over time, not to mention it helps to protect your home and the everything inside.