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Plumbing problems can disrupt your daily routine by preventing your ability to take a hot shower or causing a toilet to overflow. Issues with your Springfield, IL home’s plumbing often start as small problems that slowly grow more serious over time. If you notice any signs of a problem with your pipes or plumbing fixtures, it is important to take action.

Be Proactive

Proper use and maintenance of your home plumbing is an important step to prevent the need for costly repairs. Clogged drains may be the most common plumbing problem that you will experience. Preventing blockages is a matter of properly using sinks and other drains. Many people think that it is acceptable to flush food waste such as oil, animal fat, and produce peelings down the kitchen sink. However, most food waste can only be disposed of in a sink containing a garbage disposal. Grease and fat left over after cooking should never be poured down a sink; fats can solidify in the pipes and cause blockages. Clogged toilets and shower drains can be prevented by regularly cleaning these fixtures.

Leaky pipes are a sign that wear and tear have caused damage to your plumbing. Ignoring the problem can lead to more serious damage, so it is important to address the problem promptly. Pipes that leak throughout the day can even add a surprising cost to your water bill. Leaks that are detected early can often be fixed with a simple washer replacement.

Invest in Plumbing Inspections

If you notice signs of plumbing problems including a change in water pressure, a lack of hot water, leaks, or clogs, it is important to contact a plumber to schedule professional plumbing services. A plumber can inspect the problem to pinpoint its source shortly after issues are noticed. When problems are addressed early on, the chances that a costly repair or replacement will be necessary decrease.

For more information about resolving your home plumbing problems, check out HRI Plumbing’s professional plumbing services or call 217-334-4545.

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