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Serving Chesapeake and The Greater Hampton Roads Area

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When to Call for Plumbing Repair

Modern plumbing systems have changed our lives for the better in far too many ways to count. From providing us with consistent hot water in which to bathe to allowing for the convenient and hygienic disposal of wastewater, we rely upon our plumbing systems for a vast number of daily tasks and the completion of chores. It is for this very reason that any problems with our plumbing systems are so disruptive. At House Call Company, we understand how detrimental plumbing issues can be. That is why we’ve put together some tips to help you determine if and when the time has come to schedule plumbing repairs in Chesapeake, VA. Contact us today if you think that your plumbing system is in need of repair. 

  • Signs of Leaks: When dealing with such vast amounts of water as your plumbing system does, water leaks are just part of the reality of the situation. Keep an eye out for signs of dampness or visible leaks in pipes throughout your home. If you hear the sound of running water when none is in use, contact us immediately. Remember, there are a whole lot of pipes in your plumbing system which are hidden from view. Even minor leaks can cause major water damage if they go undetected for any amount of time.
  • Clogged Drains: This one comes as a surprise to many people, as a lot of homeowners think of clogged drains as minor inconveniences rather than serious problems, but frequently clogged drains may be indicative of more serious issues with your plumbing. A trained, professional plumber has the tools and knowledge necessary to asses the situation and to determine what, if anything, must be done to resolve the problem.
  • Foul Odors: Along the same lines as clogged drains, foul plumbing odors are something that many people write off as minor annoyances. In fact, though, this could the result of a damaged sewer line or other serious issues with components in your plumbing system. The best advice that we can give you is to play it safe and to schedule professional plumbing repair services at the very first sign of trouble.

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