When to Call a Plumber

When to Call a Plumber

9th Nov 2022

If you're not sure whether or not you need to call a plumber, there are a few things you can look for. In today's blog, NuvoH2O will talk about some instances where you should consider calling a plumber. Keep reading to learn more about your home appliances and water systems and contact us if you are in the market for a water softener system!

Higher Water Bill

A high water bill can be one of the main factors when there's a problem with your water system. While this is a very general issue that can range from small to large problems, the common cause of this problem could be leaks somewhere in your pipes or fixtures. A toilet tank could be leaking water slowly through the day, a sink faucet could not be closing all the way, or a pipe might have burst and it's leaking somewhere you can't see. Whatever the case may be, this would be the right time to call your local plumber!

Loss of Pressure in Your Home's Water System

If you've noticed a lack of water pressure throughout your home, it might be due to a problem with your water pipes. This is an especially common issue if you live in an area with hard water. Over time, the minerals in hard water can build up and clog pipes, fixtures, and appliances. This not only leads to a loss in water pressure, but can also cause water damage and expensive repairs over time. If you've noticed a decrease in water pressure, it's best to call a plumber to have your pipes checked out.

Water that is Discolored or Has an Unusual Taste/Smell

If the water coming out of your taps is discolored or has an unusual taste or smell, this could be a sign of a bigger problem. While water that smells like sulfur might just need to have the aerator cleaned on your faucet, water that is consistently discolored could be a sign of corrosion in your pipes. This is usually caused by old lead pipes that are leaching into your water supply. If you're concerned about the quality of your water, it's best to call a plumber to have your water system checked.

Installing a Water Softener System Can Help Your Water System Last Longer

If you live in an area with hard water, it's best to consider installing a water softener system. These systems work by removing the minerals that cause hard water from your water supply. This can help extend the life of your water pipes and fixtures by preventing corrosion and mineral build-up.

Help Your Plumbing System Work Better and Last Longer

If you're experiencing any of the issues mentioned above, it's best to call a plumber. NuvoH2O specializes in water softener systems that can remove the minerals that cause hard water. Contact us today to learn more about our products and how we can help you extend the life of your water system!

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