A:If your disposal is jammed, there are quite a few potential fixes that you can try on your own. We suggest that you first try hitting the reset button, which can usually be located at the bottom of the garbage disposal machine. If this does not solve the problem, we invite you to explore our website or call.
A:Many property owners are waiting until it's too late to call for leak repairs. Even a minor leak will waste thousands of gallons of water a month, which can have a huge effect on your water bill. In addition, waiting too long will result in significant damage to your pipes, and you will have a lot more than just a costly water bill on your hands.
A:A sudden rise in your water bill is typically a sign of a leak to your house. You can search for them by looking for irregular wet spots and pipe discoloration. Whether or not you can find a leak on your own, be sure to reach out to our Las Vegas plumbers. Often more than one leak can be the reason for a high water bill, and leaks are typically concealed.
A:This is actually a common issue and is typically caused by high water pressure. We recommend that you reduce your water pressure and call Las Vegas Plumbing Pros if the leakage continues. Our professional plumbers will test your pressure-reducing valve to ensure that it is working properly.
A:Plumbing damage is typically very difficult to detect before it is too late due to the fact that most of the pipes in your property are behind walls or underground. Luckily, our Las Vegas plumbers use state-of-the-art equipment to find and fix secret leaks. With the aid of our video camera inspection technology, we will notify you about the condition of your pipes and whether they need to be replaced.
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