Residential or Commercial Plumbing Services in Westoak GA
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Leaky Toilets, Clogged Drains, Electronic Leak Detection, Video Inspection of Drain Lines, Drain Cleaning, Re-Pipes, Bath Tubs Replaced, Well Pumps, Electric water heaters, Solar Water Heaters, Drain Fields, Septic Tanks, Disposals Repaired & Installed, Faucets Repaired & Installed, Shower Enclosures, Back Flow Preventives are just some of the things we do.
As plumbing contractors in Westoak GA, we are a full service residential, commercial and industrial plumbing contractor dedicated to quality. We offer our plumbing services to clients throughout the Westoak , Georgia, area. We have been locally owned and operated since the day we opened allowing us to build trusting relationships with our clients and provide superior personalized services.
We offer our customers quality plumbing services at affordable pricing. From plumbing repairs to plumbing for new construction including septic tank systems, we are here to help. Let us put our plumbing experience to work for you today.
Common Plumbing Repairs in Your Home
Many people at one point or another will need the service of a plumber to help fix a leak, install a new fixture, or to replace something in their plumbing system because of damage or use. Most of these repairs and replacements tend to be very affordable, and they are very cost effective because repairing something early on will save money in the long run from having to completely replace something. When it comes time to replace something, you can trust your plumber to offer the best products to use, and trust that the installation will be professional and backed by a full warranty.
Many people fail to schedule regular maintenance on certain aspects of their plumbing system. Regularly servicing and up keeping faucets, pipes, and generally everything dealing with plumbing will help in the long run from having to make major replacements and repairs. Preventative maintenance is always easily forgotten when it comes to up keeping anything in your home. Maintaining your septic system is also very important because once a septic tank backs up, or needs repair work done to it, this can get very expensive, and very messy.
Many people choose to remodel their kitchens, and the bathrooms of their homes at one point or another, which makes it a necessity to use a plumber to install new faucets and fixtures, or to move pipes so that you can change the layout of a sink. Most of this work is done with affordability in mind. Your plumber can recommend many different types of faucets and fixtures that are efficient in running water, and reliable fixtures can be offered to install that hardly ever need to be repaired. All of this work will be done properly by a [post_name] plumber, and will be backed by a warranty of a specific length, depending on the work that was performed.
What Is a Septic Tank?
Septic tanks are designed to hold human biological waste material right until bacteria break it down into gases, solids and water. The tank itself is usually made from concrete, but can also be built from non-degradable materials. It is very important to take proper care and maintain your septic system so that they work properly at all times.
Septic Systems And Their Problems
Some of the most common problems in septic systems are the following:
• Use Of Strong Chemicals: Toxic chemicals such as gasoline, motor oil, solvents, pesticides and other chemical products that are put into the drain harm the nearby soil, making it unfit for the growth of plants. They also destroy the bacteria needed to break down the waste in the tank.
• Flushing Down Non-Biodegradable Items: These items never break down naturally and only fill up space. It only ups the liquid levels in the tank and causes clogging.
• Too Much Water In The Tank: When there is too much water in the tank, the waste does not get a chance to break down, and this eventually blocks the distribution tubes.
• Use Of Too Much Detergent: Overuse of detergents cause a lot of problems with your pipes and tanks as the excess residue can stick to the sides and corrode the pipes.
These are just some of the common problems and preventive measures that you need to keep in mind when it comes to your septic tanks.