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Always know where the main shut-off valve is located. In the event of a plumbing emergency, knowing how to isolate the problem while you wait for your plumber to arrive can save you a lot of time and money.
The ferrules in a supply line can sometimes become dented or scratched, causing a water leakage. Have Teflon tape handy and use it to temporarily stop water leakage until your plumber arrives to do a proper repair.
If your bathtub is clogged, try unscrewing the chrome cap that covers the drain. Removing the chrome cap will expose the pipe and often you will be able to see the clog. If you cant see the clog or are are unable to remove the clog, call Dr. Pipes and we will take care of it for you.
Each fixture should have an isolation valve which when used, will immediately stop the water flowing to that area. Knowing where each isolation valve is located will allow you to keep water flowing to all other areas of your home or business while an isolated plumbing issue is fixed. It is a good idea to turn isolation valves on and off at least once per year to ensure they are in working order.
Often people think that DIY is always a good idea. However, attempting to tackle complex plumbing issues can end up costing you more money in the long run. A certified plumbing professional will always make sure everything is tuned to stand the test of time and abuse. Pick and chose your DIY projects carefully, plumbing issues can be a lot more complicated than appear to at first glance.
When planning your budget, it may sound like a good financial idea to install lower quality fixtures or systems to save money. This will almost always cost you more money in the end, as lower quality equipment and systems are more likely to buckle under wear and tear. High end plumbing fixtures and systems will require less maintenance, and will be far less likely to break. Invest in better quality to avoid emergencies down the road.
The plumbing system layouts in your business or home might limit what you can do with your remodeling. Consulting with a plumber before finalizing your renovation plan and budget will ensure you dont need to tear down and rebuild anything, and will avoid unessesary spending.
Having storage spaces built in for your bathroom essentials can help to reduce clutter and enhance the experience of using the facility. Say goodbye to storage boxes and reaching into cupboards, consult your plumber when designing the washroom to make sense facilitating daily usage.