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Are You Experiencing a Bathtub or Shower Plumbing Problem?

There are many reasons why a bathtub/shower drain begins to drain slowly.  Ignoring the symptoms will inevitably lead to a clogged bathroom drain.  What should everyone know so that you can prevent a costly plumbing repair?  Let’s explore a few of the reasons you may be experiencing a slow moving drain in the bathroom:  minerals and sediment from hard water, soap scum, and matted hair build-up, accumulating inside the pipes. 

Here are some tips to keep in mind!

  • Hard Water Deposits – Using a screen over the drain will not prevent small particles of sediment, minerals or rust from entering the drain.  The silt accumulates along the inside of the pipes restricting the flow of water.
  • Soap Scum Build-Up – Even though shampoo and conditioner are liquids, it solidifies as it accumulates along the inside of the pipes.  Always keep bottles closed when not using them so they don’t tip over and run slowly down the drain.
  • Matted Hair – Clean out the hair around the drain after every shower, bath or dog washing chore.  Hair that is allowed to pass beyond the drain screen can accumulate along the inside of the pipes or tangle around the mechanism within the drain.

When signs of sluggish bathtub drains and slow shower drains occur– act quickly to resolve this disaster waiting to happen.  Tackling a bathtub drain problem or attempting a DIY shower plumbing repair is very daunting.

Call today for a free bathtub/shower drain inspection by a licensed & fully trained plumber. We are available 24/7 and there is never an overtime fee or trip charge.  We can get your bathroom plumbing drains working smoothly again.  We fix it!

Do You Have a Leak? Two Reasons to Get Your Bathtub Faucet or Showerhead Fixed

If you suddenly step in a puddle around your bathtub or shower stall there is a good chance you could have a leak.  The plumbing for these fixtures is usually behind a wall or beneath the floor and a plumbing repair of this type is best left to a professional plumber.  Check the fixtures to make sure the shower base or tub have not become cracked – if that happens it will be necessary to have the fixture replaced.

  1. The first is cost.  Gallons of water add up quickly from a steady plumbing leak.
  2. Secondly, the annoying drip, drip, drip can rob you of your sleep.

If you are experiencing any type of bathtub/shower plumbing problems, we can help. Call today for a free evaluation from a licensed & highly trained plumber. We are available 24/7 and never charge a trip fee or overtime charge. We can get your bathroom plumbing functioning properly quickly.  Remember:  Silent leaks can and will destroy wooden cabinets, floors, walls and ceilings.