Is your homes plumbing being maintained?
If you have a broken toilet, a malfunctioning boiler or a cracked water pipe, a good plumber can be a real lifesaver.
Helping to prevent damage to your property and getting your house back in full working order, a good local plumber is worth their weight in gold.
To give you an idea of what your local Bury St Edmund's plumbers are capable of, here’s a rundown of five of the most common household complaints we see.
1. Running toilet
Not only is a running toilet a big waste of water, it also causes an irritating sound that can become very grating after an hour or two.
A running toilet can use up to 750 litres of water a day, so it’s no surprise that a lot of people call out the plumber as soon as the toilet begins to flow.
2. Clogged drains
Clogged drains are a real problem in both domestic and commercial properties.
Blocked drains can cause bad odours and damage to the sewer system if left untreated, so it’s a good idea to get yours cleared as soon as you notice a problem.
3. Broken boiler
Unsurprisingly, call outs for broken boilers are especially common in the winter months. Boilers break down for a number of reasons, taking your hot showers and your central heating system down with them.
4. Leaking pipes
Leaking pipes can be a problem throughout the year. However the freezing temperatures of the winter months make cracks and splits more likely.
Leaking pipes can cause water damage to your property and waste significant amounts of water.
5. Dripping taps
A plumber will be able to fix or replace the tap in no time, so give R&MPS a call and get the problem solved fast.