How to Know When It’s Best to Call a Plumber

Homeowners in Lubbock like saving money, but some projects are just too complex for a DIY enthusiast. For example, calling a professional contractor when you need plumbing repairs can save time, money and aggravation, especially in an emergency situation. Here are some common problems that require the services of a skilled and knowledgeable plumber.

If You Suspect You Have a Leak

Plumbing leaks are often difficult to isolate. If you hear a dripping noise or see standing water on the floor, it’s important to call a plumber immediately. Leaking pipes cause property damage and waste valuable water resources. In fact, the EPA estimates that piping and fixture leaks account for over 10,000 gallons of wasted water per year in a typical home. Our certified technicians employ the latest technology to locate and fix leaks and provide fast and efficient plumbing repair services.

If You Have an Obnoxious Odor

A sewer gas smell is very offensive and can be caused by a variety of conditions including traps that have dried out, bad toilet seals or a cracked sewer line. Whenever there is an undetected leak in a piping stem, mold can begin to grow. Mold spores give off their own unpleasant odor and can create a variety of health issues for your family. If you have a foul smell that remains elusive, call a plumber who specializes in identifying hidden leaks and sewer problems.

If You Need Replacement Parts

Plumbing repairs can be costly, and sometimes it makes more sense to replace damaged pipes or an aging water heater. A professional plumber from Sinclair has the experience and certifications required to ensure that your water heater or replacement piping system will work efficiently through many years of trouble-free operation. Every product we install will adhere to local codes and meet or exceed the manufacturer’s specifications.

Call the Expert Plumbers at Sinclair

If you would like to learn more about our residential and commercial plumbing services, call the experts at Sinclair today at 806-749-2665.

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