You count on your plumbing system to work when you need it, but emergencies and problems can sporadically arise. At All Purpose Plumbing, we offer a range of service aimed at helping you overcome emergencies and keep your plumbing system in great working condition.
- Have a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
- Offer financing options.
- Are screened and approved by Home Advisor.
- Offer a 10% senior discount, along with active military discounts.
- Have two-hour appointment windows!
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What is Considered a Plumbing Emergency?
You need to know when you’re in over your head and should call an emergency plumber. A toilet that’s clogging on a regular basis needs to be serviced, but you can probably wait to schedule an appointment for such a circumstance. However, anything that’s causing serious back-ups or leaks should prompt a call for emergency service. This includes clogged drains, the sound of running water without any visible source, visible water leaks, broken pipes, a sudden loss of water pressure and mysterious puddles of water with no obvious source. If you encounter one of these emergencies, call our team for fast, reliable service to avoid costly structural damage.
What Water Filtration System is Best for My Needs?
A great water filtration system leaves your water crystal clear and tasting great. Minimizing hard water helps your fixtures last longer if the water throughout your home is treated. With a whole-house filter, you won’t have to worry about bacteria in the bath water or chemicals making your drinking water taste bitter. We offer whole-house systems that will lead to softer hair, cleaner clothes and dishes that sparkle when they come out of the dishwasher.
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How Can I Keep My Toilet from Getting Clogged?
Preventing toilet clogs will take a little work on your part. It’s all about educating yourself and then sharing that information with the rest of your family. If you don’t want the expense of a clogged toilet, then you should avoid flushing certain items. These include any type of pre-moistened wipes, table napkins, paper towels and feminine hygiene products. Diapers, plastic, medications, fats and grease also don’t belong in your toilet lines. Look specifically for toilet paper that can break down easily in the water and will move freely through the drain lines. If you aren’t sure which one is the best choice, then do a little test at home. Fill a few bowls with water and drop a different brand sheet of toilet paper in each bowl. After an hour, look at the sheets to see which ones are breaking down the best. This is also a great way to help your children learn the difference between flushable and non-flushable items. Teach the children to use smaller quantities of toilet paper to avoid clogs and keep the toilet running smooth.