Let’s play a quick word association game: plumbing! What did you think of? Bathroom? Was it bathroom?
Let’s just say that it was bathroom.
Whether or not that was actually the case, there is no denying that the bathroom is a pretty major focal point in terms of the plumbing in your home. Really only the kitchen can come close, with its sink, garbage disposal, and dishwasher. But the bathroom, with its own sink, plus the toilet and the bathtub and/or shower, is really the big one.
That is precisely why problems with your bathroom plumbing in Tucson are so serious.
The key to dealing with bathroom problems is not to avoid them entirely. Yes, that would be great. But it’s not really possible. At some point, you are going to encounter plumbing problems of some kind in your bathroom. And, when you do, you want to be certain that you’re dealing with them promptly. That is why we’re giving you a few common ones to keep in mind, so that you can get a Sunny Plumber on the case ASAP!
Every leak is a problem. There. We said it.
Leaky faucet? That’s a problem. Leaky pipe. That’s a problem. Leaky toilet flooding the bathroom. Yep. That’s a problem.
Don’t get too deep into the prioritization game when it comes to something like leaks in your plumbing system. Yes, a flooding bathroom may warrant the emergency service that a dripping faucet doesn’t. The fact is, though, that you really want to be dealing with these problems promptly even if they’re not super dramatic.
Also, be sure to check that you’re actually dealing with a leak. You don’t want to schedule a service call only to discover that, in fact, the issue is just condensation that’s dripped off of the toilet tank or even that someone was a bit careless when stepping out of the shower. That pool of water may have a source that isn’t a leak!
Again, this may not seem like an emergency. Just keep in mind that the sound of your toilet running constantly may as well be the sound of money falling out of your pockets. You are paying for the water that’s going right down the drain, even if you are not actually using it. That’s a pretty lousy deal, if you ask us.
You may just need to adjust the flapper at the bottom of your toilet tank. Or, you may have a leak in the tank itself. Unfortunately, you’ll be looking at needing a new toilet, if that’s the case. Let us help you figure out precisely what you’re next step should be.
It’s annoying to find yourself standing in a few inches of water when you’re done with your shower. It’s not just annoying, though. It’s a sign of potentially serious problems.
Yes, it may be a shallow clog that a drain snake can resolve. If you have slow-moving drains throughout your home, though, it could mean that you have a serious blockage deep down, potentially in the sewer line. We can find the clog and remove it effectively.