Your kitchen is a room in your home that gets a lot of traffic. You prepare meals there, spend time with your family, and make memories. It’s also a room that has a lot of plumbing and fixtures. As long as everything is working correctly, there is no problem, but it can be a nightmare when you have a plumbing issue. When it comes to kitchen plumbing in Maltby, five kitchen plumbing problems are common.
Kitchen drains can easily buildup layers of grease, food, fats, and oils. The first go-to is typically one of the chemical clog busters on the market today. But if you continually have clogged drains, you probably have a bigger issue. You may need to call in A-List Plumbing to clean your drains.
Faulty Garbage Disposal
Your garbage disposal works hard and, depending on how often you use it; you can wear it down quicker than other appliances. Check often for leaks at the bottom and edges. Continually clogged drains can be a sign of poorly working disposal as well.
Leaking faucets and pipes account for gallons of wasted water daily. It may be as simple as replacing a washer, or it could be time to replace some fixtures. If water is seeping out from the base of the faucet, a plumber is your best option.
If water leaks out from under your dishwasher while running, you have a problem. It does not always mean you need a new dishwasher. A plumber can help determine where the problem is and what to do about it. It’s something you want to take care of immediately as water can damage the flooring.
Water Pressure to Low
If the water pressure in your kitchen seems low but is fine everywhere else, you may have a problem with the aerator. A plumber can fix that quickly. If the water pressure is low everywhere, then that is a much bigger concern.
A-List Plumbing can handle all your kitchen plumbing in Maltby. Our professional plumbers can give you a quote and are quick to emergencies. Contact us at (206) 202-8290.
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