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Common Plumbing Issues in Calgary Homes

Anyone can be a DIY plumbing expert, or at best, be equipped to understand common plumbing issues at home. Every year, you could save hundreds of dollars by taking care of leaky faucets or overflowing toilets before they become serious issues. With the help of our expert advice, you can be aware of and take care of minor plumbing issues.

Here are some of the most common plumbing problems in homes in Calgary with which you are surely familiar.

Dripping faucets

There are different types of kitchen and bathroom faucets. Compression taps have washers that can wear down with repeated use. In some cases, the tires or threads of the washer wear out and this leads to water leakage. Ball and disc taps generally have only one handle. These faucets are more durable, however, in the case of a leak; the entire unit will have to be replaced.

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Clogged Drains

It is perhaps the most common plumbing problem experienced by everyone. It can occur in the kitchen, bathroom, or shower due to residues like hair, grease or food waste and result in serious plumbing emergencies.

While many of these issues can be fixed by simply pouring a drain cleaner solution into the pipes, this does not always work, especially if you have a completely clogged pipe or a deeper problem in the drainage system.

Noisy pipes

This is another very common issue, which starts as a gentle tapping sound and could progress into a hammering noise. Loose tubes, water inside the air chambers or very high water pressure can cause such noises.

You will have to call a professional plumber for the repair of the pipes, who will have to carry out a thorough check on the plumbing system.

Smelly Bathrooms

Have you ever entered a bathroom that smells bad? This smell is not necessarily, because the last person who entered left a mess. A defective wax ring that is installed improperly or damaged, below the toilet can cause it to become smelly.

Call a professional plumber for help if you suspect this may be the case.

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