When You Need a Plumber

Plumbers are an essential service when they are needed. They will help you with anything from a leaky faucet to a clogged drain, but sometimes we don’t know the exact reason for our plumbing problems. Whether it’s because of frozen pipes or your sink is draining slowly, knowing what type of plumber you need can be difficult at times.

In some cases, we have general knowledge of what type of plumber to contact. If you need a clogged drain cleaned out and don’t know who to get in touch with, or if your sink is draining slowly instead of running smoothly, then it’s likely that a professional plumbing company will be able to help you out. But sometimes things go wrong without any warning at all! That’s when having a backup plan can come in handy!


Here are the situations where plumbers might be needed:

Leaky faucet – A small problem like this may not seem like an emergency but … “What goes up must come down.” And for us homeowners who pay high water bills each month (or really any homeowner who’s on a well), that can be an expensive problem.

Toxic gas from the sewer – For this one, you’ll need to call in the professionals! Sewers carry sewage and other wastes away from homes and businesses so they don’t leak into our water supply or come up through your drain pipes. But if something goes wrong with the system down there, it could cause gases like hydrogen sulfide (which smells bad) to enter your home through toilet vents or sinks while also increasing the risk of toxins entering too during rain storms when waste is running off of streets onto drainage systems.

Toilet overflow – We know what this means: The toilet overflowed again … but we’re not sure why? If you’ve noticed that your toilet is overflowing more than usual, then there may be some clogs in the pipes. The good news? A plumber can clear them out without too much trouble!

Sewer backup – If you’ve noticed that water around your home has started to seep up from drains and into carpets or under appliances, this could be a sign of a sewer backup. It’s important to deal with these quickly because they often happen when homeowners neglect their plumbing system (or if one goes bad). And since sewers are filled with sewage and other wastes, it can cause serious health complications for those who have been exposed to it for an extended period of time. Doing things like leaving items down the drain will increase the chances of problems happening more often.