When your property has a plumbing issue, you need services ASAP to try to limit the damage from spreading throughout the building and get your system up and running again. At the first sign of an issue, call A & W Plumbing and Heating, Inc. We provide emergency plumbing services to the Southern Illinois area.
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Signs You Need Professional Drain Cleaning Services
Are the sinks in your building starting to slow down? Are there clogs that are blocking the drains? These can indicate you need a professional to inspect your system. When you notice these symptoms, and more, you should seek professional drain cleaning services:
- Slow drains: Slow drains can indicate the early stages of a clog, pipes that have been narrowed due to mineral or grease buildup, or improper grading of your drainage system.
- Recurring clogs: If you have frequent or recurring clogs it can signal you need a professional to fully remove the blockage.
- Multiple clogged drains: Having several drains clogged at the same time can indicate a severe blockage in your main line.
- Foul odor: Odors coming from your drains can indicate trapped food or an issue with your sewer line.
- Flooding: Flooding in your basement or near a floor drain can indicate a clog. This can signal that soon the drain will stop working completely and you could risk having contaminated water on the floor.
Symptoms of a Hidden Water Leak
Water leaks can be serious issues. It’s important to catch these problems as soon as possible to limit the amount of damage they can cause. Some signs to look for can include:
- A moving water meter, even when all fixtures are turned off.
- An increase in water bills.
- Discolored or wet floors and walls.
- Cracks in the foundation.
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Signs of a Slab Leak
Slab leaks can cause problems around your building or property. To limit the damage, watch for these signs that can indicate a leak:
- Higher water bills than usual.
- Unusual warm or cold spots on your floors.
- Wet or saturated ground around your building.
- Sound of running water when all of the fixtures are turned off.