There is plenty of information that indicates what plumbing issues could potentially be a hazard to your home. Many plumbers will create problems so they can come and service them without there really being an issue. While in some cases plumbers are not needed, there are times when their services are definitely required. We can tell you how to know when.
Sometimes it may be obvious when you need a plumber, like finding water where it shouldn't be. Other times, it may not be so apparent. Some subtle indications will require a plumber to come and address an issue. Mainly because it is a health hazard to all the residents in your home. Here are some things to look out for to know if you need a plumber:
If any color but clear water is coming out of your pipes - it is definitely time to call a plumber. There are many pipes in Dublin and throughout Ireland that are dated and maybe rusting or corroding. The water is very unsafe to drink - and a professional plumber will need to come and address the situation - recommending what further action to take.
If your sinks, showers, or bath taps echo dripping noises, there may be a problem with your water pressure. There also could be drainage issues or broken assets on the utility. Whatever the case, best have a plumber come to look at it - significant issues could be in store if the problem is not fixed!
Turning on your shower or kitchen sink should have water coming out at a steady pace. If it's coming out slowly or not at all, there may be a problem with your water pressure. This is usually caused by blockages in pipes, damaged boilers, and leakages - something you'll need a competent plumber to come and help with.
You may have used up the hot water, as heaters do have a maximum capacity. Waiting a bit may see your water heater up again - but if there's still no hot water after a long while - there's an issue. Leaks are the leading cause of hot water problems - something a plumber in Dublin will be able to fix up right away.
Water should disappear from your sink, bathroom utility, or appliance at a reasonably quick pace. If you're seeing that water is taking a long time to drain - best to call a plumber out. There is likely a broken pipe, blockage, or pooled water in your system stopping efficient drainage. A quick touch from a professional should get things back to normal.
If your home is experiencing any of the above - you'll need a plumber on-site! Not sure where to start looking? There are some highly experienced and friendly plumbers in Dublin here. Our services will make sure your systems are running at optimum efficiency. Always on call when you need us on 01 437 9577, on the mobile: 087 276 8007 or email us: email@example.com.