Butler Plumbing Inc. provides general plumbing services, residential repairs, and specializes in commercial plumbing projects and commercial plumbing renovations since 1986
Frequenty Asked Questions
Can you do plumbing yourself?
There’s nothing wrong with fixing your own plumbing if you’re a DIY enthusiast with at least basic plumbing knowledge and good knowledge of the plumbing arrangement of your home. However, plumbing is a delicate business and a small error can set off a disastrous plumbing situation. To avoid falling into this trap, it’s best to let the professionals handle it.
How often should plumbing be inspected?
Experts recommend that you check your plumbing at least once every two years. While that is the standard duration for regular homes, the number can change in certain situations. For instance, if you recently purchased a new home, or there are mature trees around your house, you may need to check your plumbing a bit more regularly.
What is considered a plumbing emergency?
Basically, all plumbing issues are grouped under plumbing emergencies. Nevertheless, some of the most commonly reported plumbing issues are broken pipes, blocked drainage systems, and leaking gas. These are the issues that can not and should not be put off, and which plumbers get called out a lot for.
Does every plumbing fixture need a vent?
The short answer is yes. Every plumbing fixture does need to have an attached vent, as a matter of necessity. Also, the top of stacks need to be vented through a stack vent, which is also known as a stink pipe. Plumbing fixtures in toilets and restrooms have traps that serve you prevent sewer gases from seeping into the house.
What are the most common plumbing problems?
Plumbers get called out for a wide variety of plumbing problems, but among the most common and prevalent are leaky faucets and pipes, problems with the water heater, clogged drains and toilets, running toilets, and low water pressure.
What are the types of plumbing systems?
The three main types of plumbing systems are stormwater drainage, sanitary drainage, and potable water. They all have their own purposes and functions.
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