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4 Signs You Should Call a Plumber Right Away

Whether you rent or own your Denver home, you have probably experienced your fair share of plumbing problems. Some issues are easy to fix. People can simply go online, read some how-to articles or watch video tutorials online, and tackle the issue on their own. However, some issues require the services of a professional plumber.

Here are 4 signs you should call a Denver plumber right away.

Tub, sink or toilet is taking longer than usual to drain

A slow drain is usually a sign of a clogged drain. Clogs are a common plumbing problem. Some can be fixed with the help of a plunger. But if the clog keeps on coming back, this means that there is something really wrong with your drainage pipelines. In this case, it is best to call a plumber and let them handle the job.

Low water pressure throughout the house

Nothing is more frustrating than having low water pressure. It takes forever to run a cycle on your dishwasher or washing machine. Your showerhead doesn’t give you that strong spray you want. Faucets take forever to fill the bathtub.

There are a number of reasons why you’re having problems with low water pressure. Poor overall water pressure, leaky pipes, and shutoff valves are the most common causes. If there is low water pressure throughout the house, call a plumber to fix the problem.

You hear water in your pipes

If you hear water moving through your pipes, even when you’re not running any water, this may indicate a leak. If left unaddressed, this can lead to a bigger, more complicated problem that will leave you with a hefty repair bill.

You have no water at all

Nothing is more frustrating than finding out there is no water coming out of the tap.

Having no water at all can be a sign that something is wrong with your plumbing system. This is a big problem that should not be ignored. Before you call a plumber, be sure to check that the aerators on your tap are not clogged, and the main water shut off valve is open. If you have access to water, and your aerators are clean, you will want to call a Denver plumber to come out and inspect the issue right away.

If you notice any of the signs listed above, please do not hesitate to call High 5 Plumbing. We’ll be happy to send out our service professionals to fix the problem.