Fix Your Plumbing with Triple-T Plumbing, Heating & Air’s Award-Winning Care
While it can be cheaper to clear a plugged drain or garbage disposal on your own, there will come a time when you have to hire a professional plumber to take care of plumbing issues like these. Calling the Utah County drain plumbing professionals at Triple-T Plumbing, Heating & Air could be what you need to give yourself peace of mind and save you from a more costly repair bill down the road.
Schedule your Spanish Fork drain cleaning appointment today by dialing 801-798-7711 or contact us online. We serve clients throughout Utah County in Spanish Fork, Provo, Orem, Salt Lake City, Lehi, and American Fork.
When to Call Triple-T Plumbing, Heating & Air
Knowing when to call a professional plumber to fix a drain or garbage disposal is all about watching for certain signs. Sometimes the issue can be solved simply, such as by clearing a drain or sealing a leak. Other times, however, repairs may require more expertise.
You should consider calling someone if you see signs such as:
- Slow drains: A slow drain can be caused by any number of things, from the early stages of a clog to mineral build up on the insides of your pipes. This may not seem like a serious problem, but it is a sign of bigger problems to come. If you notice water draining slowly in any of your sinks or your garbage disposal, call a plumber sooner rather than later to take care of it.
- Clogs: Most clogs are caused by too much of the wrong materials going down your drains. Grease can harden and plug your drains, and stringy foods can become trapped in your garbage disposal. You can sometimes clear minor clogs by yourself if you know how, but the most stubborn clogs require a plumber’s expertise.
Other sinks in your house can be susceptible clogging for other reasons. In the bathroom, hair, pieces of soap, or other debris can combine to wreak havoc on an efficient drain system. If you have clogged drains in your home, don’t hesitate to call for plumbing service. This usually means that there is a clog in your main drainage system, one that is too deep to be reached without the proper tools.
- Foul smells: You might notice a foul sewer smell if food, garbage and other pollutants have become trapped in your drains. This can sometimes be fixed with a proper cleaning, but you may need to replace some of your plumbing if the problem persists.
- Flooding: Leaks and flooding are the most catastrophic drain problems. A flood doesn’t have to fill your entire basement or damage your house, either; water coming up in your sink and refusing to go down can also cause flooding. It’s important to act fast and get professional help to mitigate damage.
Our experienced plumbers are ready to help with any of your drain or disposal needs. Contact us today!
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