FAQ

FAQ for plumbing services

Encino Plumbing faq

Q. Are you 24 hours?

A. We have 24 hour emergency plumbing services available. Please call 1-800-729-8149.

Q. Is there any plumbing job that is too small or too big?

A. No, we work directly with residential, commercial and industrial plumbing projects. No job is too small or too large. We are here to help! Call us to schedule an appointment. 1-800-729-8149.

Q. What can I do to increase my water pressure?

A. You should first start by checking the emergency shutoff under your sink to be sure it is completely open up. If rubber washers or seals have begun to help deteriorate, you will get rid of your water pressure. Calcium and lime buildup will even cause low water strain.

Q. What can I do to take extra treatment of my faucets in addition to sinks?

A. Even small drips can waste many gallons of water, approximately 150 gallons a morning! Be sure to examine under sinks for wetness or small leaks. Likewise, always repair leaky faucets straight away to avoid paying intended for wasted water.

Q. How can one prevent clogged drains?

A. Do not rinse fatty acids or cooking oils down the kitchen sink. Liquid fats solidify inside cold pipes produce clogs. Also, to prevent clogs, fit all your tubs and shower drains using a strainer that catches hair and soap chips, in addition to clean the strainer on a regular basis.

Q. What causes my drain and washing machine drains to help clog?

A. In many homes, the kitchen in addition to laundry drains is related. When the lint in the laundry drains meets the particular grease buildup from soap and foods, a nearly solid compound is formed. Using filters and strainers may help, but you will also need to get the drains snaked frequently.

Q. Should I close and open the key water supply shutoff valve periodically?

A. Absolutely! You want to make sure they are not stuck in the particular open position just once you have a water emergency! Do identical periodic check for the shutoff valves on your own sinks, tubs, and toilets, too.

Q. Why do I hear a vibrating noise during my pipes?

A. If the sound occurs when you open and close faucets rapidly, it generally means pipes are loose, and may be corrected by anchoring pipes more securely.

Q. What can I do about a sewer collection blockage?

A. Generally, the key culprit is tree roots, and once they’ve clogged the line. Curtis Plumbing can easily snake the line to acquire it as clear as is possible, and then use copper sulfide products to kill the rest of the vegetation. But odds are the sewer line is likely to need to be changed.

Q. Are caustic liquid drain openers including Drano harmful to pipes?

A. For minor cases, they are fine, but never use them on a drain that is completely clogged. The caustic ingredients are trapped with your pipes, and it can easily severely damage them.. Never use caustic strain openers in a drain which has a garbage disposal.


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