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Full Speed Plumbing Specializes in

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Tub + Faucet Leaks

A common plumbing issue that arises is small leaking taps and faucets. These tiny leaks, if gone unnoticed, can worsen over time and start leaking. Such leakages are usually minor and go unnoticed until they worsen. That is why it’s important to address these issues at first sight of a problem.

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Drain Cleaning

If you constantly have issues with slow draining water in your high traffic rooms like kitchens and bathrooms, it’s time to give us a call. We are a professional team of experienced drain cleaning plumbers equipped to tackle all of your clog drain issues.

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Water Leaks

Pesky leaks usually aren't visible until they go from tiny to massive leaks. As a homeowner, it's important to notice the first signs of a leak to minimize the damage and save money in the process.

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Early signs of water leaks include:

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Even if you don't suspect your home bathroom, kitchen, or basement of leaking into your piping system, it's always a good idea to make periodic checks for signs along these lines. Especially since the detection of mold can be a huge indicator of a health hazard in your home.

Additionally, you want to address the first signs of cracks in your foundation before the problem expands. Once we detect the origin of your leak, we will consult with you about the next steps for repair or maintenance service.

Upon detecting the leak, we will consult with you before proceeding to the repair or maintenance service. Whether you believe you're experiencing a leak, or want to be proactive, call Full Speed plumbing.

Signs of a Clogged Drain

Clog drains appear when least expected. Unfortunately, blockages can occur in pipes directly connected to your toilet, sink, shower, and primary sewer lines. It's essential to identify a clogging issue before the problem goes from bad to worse.

  • A slow-draining sink or tub
  • Foul odor coming from your drains
  • Gurgling drain sounds
  • Significant water level changes in toilets
  • Saturated wet spots on your lawn

Common Causes of Clogged Drains

As pipes get older, regular wear and tear will occur, causing blockages, but most clogged drains can be prevented. It's important to understand what causes drains to clog in the first place.

  • Hair Grease, fats, and oils
  • Small objects
  • Cotton products (not toilet paper)

Tips to Keep Clogs from Forming

  • Use a screened drain stopper to block hair from entering your drains
  • Avoid flushing any objects down the toilet other than human waste and toilet paper
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