Accurate Plumbing FAQ
When you notice drains starting to take longer than normal to drain.
The drain is clogged or partially clogged, this is the time to call us to take a look.
Don't dispose of grease down drains. Don't flush wipes down the toilet. Put strainers in sinks and showers to keep debris and hair out of drains.
To know if you need to repair or replace a drain, we have to run a camera to identify what the problem is and where it is located.
Toilet may not be set properly or the base may need to be resealed.
In toilets you can check by putting water color in the tank and wait to see if your bowl shows discoloration. You can also sit and watch your water meter to see if moves when water is not in use in the house.
Absolutely, hidden water leaks can cause mold and the longer you wait, the more damage and costlier it will be.
Yes, leaking faucets will cause your water bill to rise.
The flapper and fill valve are more than likely the issue. You can usually find these parts at your local hardware store.
It's a personal choice. Tankless water heaters provide unlimited hot water whereas conventional heaters usually produce 40-50 gallons of hot water an hour. A normal shower uses 2 gallons of water per minute.
Groundwater and attics are much colder so the water heater is having to work harder. So if your water heater is not in optimal condition or your pipes are not insulated, you won't receive water as hot as you do in the summer.
If the water heater is leaking, making noise or older than 10 years old, it's generally time for a new water heater.
Shut off water to the toilet (valve near base of toilet) Trying plunging and if that doesn't work give us a call.
Pipes are not secured properly. Noise will persist until strapped properly.
Emergency Services FAQ
In most cases we show up within 90 minutes.
Appointments after 6pm Monday thru Saturday. All day Sunday.
$200 call out fee plus repairs.
Call, text, email, or online.