A & M Plumbing, LLC
Friday, December 09, 2016
Colder Temperatures Could Mean a Plumbing Problem
Like any system that runs your home, your plumbing pipes have the potential to develop problems. Obviously, frozen pipes can be a patch of trouble in the cold months. But there are other areas that might call for your attention as well.
Rust Buildup – If you’re in an older home with galvanized metal or cast iron pipes, rust could be building in the pipes and blocking the flow, creating a slow drain.
Odd Sounds – Plumbing noises can range from the dreadfully annoying drip, drip, drip of a leaking faucet to hearing a banging-type sound when you turn the water on.
Leaks – Leaks could also produce sounds – like toilets that won’t stop running or the aforementioned drip, drip, drip.
Regardless of what problems you may be experiencing with your pipes, you can count on us to be a part of your solution. Just give us a call, and we’ll talk about what’s best for your home’s plumbing system.
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