Admiral Plumbing Services Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Plumber’

Why Is My Toilet Running?

Monday, September 27th, 2021

This is a complicated question. You might have noticed that every time you flush your toilet, it runs for a long period of time before you have to open it up and replug the flapper. Not only is this infuriating, but it’s not particularly sanitary and it can be hard when friends or family come over. Nobody likes explaining the broken toilet to guests, especially if it’s a problem that can be easily remedied.

Though, your mind probably drifts in a different direction. What if this is just the first symptom of a broken toilet? What if it’s leaking or going to completely stop working? Well, as your local plumber in Port St. Lucie, FL, we’re here to help with this type of situation.

We’re going to try and figure out why a toilet would keep running and what you can do about it. Just be sure to call us if you need help.

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The Unforeseen Costs of a Water Leak

Monday, June 21st, 2021

Water leaks aren’t always how they’re depicted in television and media. We’ve all seen the old cartoons where a pipe starts gushing water and filling up the first floor of a whole home. While yes, there are gushing, major leaks that can be a devastating problem, but these are rare and often the easiest leaks to deal with. In those cases, you can just simply shut your water off, call a plumber, and clean up the mess.

One of the hard aspects of water leaks can be detecting them and dealing with minor leaks that might not feel like they need to be addressed immediately.

First of all, we’d like to tell you that our team of plumbers in Boynton Beach, FL are great to have on hand even when you’re not sure about the service you need. And secondly, let’s talk about some hidden costs of water leaks that you might not be aware of!

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The Hidden Cost of a Kitchen Clog

Monday, May 24th, 2021

A kitchen clog might seem like a common occurrence, but we want you to think about this type of problem. When your kitchen sink’s drain clogs up, you could start doing things and changing your behavior in ways that cause you to spend more money. For instance, having a clogged kitchen drain means you’re less likely to cook and clean, so you might end up ordering take-out for the whole week while you debate calling a plumber.

There are lots of hidden costs behind skipping things like calling for a plumber in West Palm Beach, FL. You might think you’re making a good financial decision buying your own drain snake and getting to work after a week of having your drain clogged, but you might be spending more money in the long run.

Let’s talk about some of the hidden costs that come with avoiding professional plumbing services.

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What’s Stopping Sewer Gases From Ruining Your Day?

Monday, April 26th, 2021

It’s no mystery why sewers are associated with foul odors. We see them in movies, TV shows, and we even read about them in books. While we like to think of sewer systems as completely separate from our homes, they’re really not. There are drains and other pipeline systems that lead directly into the sewer. Our home plumbing systems are like the veins that transport waste from our living spaces into sewer systems, so we need to start thinking about them as connected.

That being said, we get asked this question all the time. “Why doesn’t the sewer gas come up into my kitchen or bathroom?”

While the answer might seem simple, it’s a bit more complex and we’d like to explain why. We’re your go-to experts on all things plumbing in Port St. Lucie, FL and we’ll walk you through the magic of the P-trap!

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Why Is My Drain Clogging So Much?

Monday, April 12th, 2021

A clogged drain is never something you want to deal with. While we talk often on or blog about ways to deal with a drain clog, or even ways to prevent one, we never really talk about why they’re happening so frequently. Why are your drains clogging so much? Well, the answer depends on a number of things.

First of all, how often do you invest in drain cleaning services from a plumber in Port St. Lucie, FL? If the answer is “only when I’ve got a clog” then this is likely a big problem. Likewise, if you’ve got children or family members who live with you that don’t understand the ins and outs of a drain clog, then they’re likely contributing to the constant clogging.

Today, we’ll zero in on a few ways you can mitigate this problem and how you can change your mindset about drain clogs!

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Drains

Monday, February 1st, 2021

Your drains mean everything to the functionality of your home. Think about it, when you’re drinking coffee and you need to wash the mug, to when you’re using the bathroom, to when you’re running the laundry, it all goes back to your drains. With clogged or slow drains, you see a major net negative in many aspects of your life, and we’re here to try and curb this with drain cleaning in Palm Beach, FL.

What should you do to your drains on a regular basis? What shouldn’t you do to your drains? These are questions that every homeowner asks but not every homeowner has access to a trustworthy professional with answers. We know exactly what you could be doing right now to extend the lifespan of your plumbing system, keep your drains in good shape, and avoid clogs as much as possible.

If any of those things sound good to you, then keep reading.

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How You’re Supposed to Be Treated By a Plumber

Monday, December 21st, 2020

Something we don’t touch upon that often is the discourse around hiring a plumber in Boca Raton, FL. Plumbers can make homeowners feel guilty every time they show up because it seems like so many issues can be prevented. Homeowners can feel bad when they encounter a drain clog, because they might have accidentally flushed something they shouldn’t have down the drain. A plumber can amplify that feeling, and cause homeowners to resist calling for help until the very last minute.

It’s not enough to say that you shouldn’t be treated by a plumber like this. We understand that homeowners can accidentally flush paper towels down the drain, or perhaps they never learned that fats, oils, and greases shouldn’t be sent down the drain. Our job isn’t to scold you, it’s to make sure your home plumbing problem is addressed effectively and affordably. You deserve to be treated right.

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Are You Suffering From Poor Water Pressure?

Monday, December 7th, 2020

Too many people view water pressure issues as just something “natural” about their home, when these types of issues are actually fixable. Sure, not everyone gets access to some of the powerful water pressure that comes from city water or other municipalities—but nobody should have dripping water faucets that can’t do their job properly either. Normally, poor water pressure is a sign of a plumbing issue, not a sign that you’re just living in the wrong area.

In the spirit of being experts on plumbing in Boynton Beach, FL, we’re going to help you get control of your water pressure. If you call us, we can help target the problem and have it repaired quickly and effectively. In the meantime, we’ll talk about why low water pressure is caused by a variety of plumbing issues that are completely avoidable!

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How to Tell If You Need Drain Cleaning

Monday, October 26th, 2020

Some homeowners might think this is a silly topic. It’s obvious when you need your drains cleaned, right? Who would miss a drain clog?

Well, it’s not actually that simple. Sure, clogs are a sure sign that you need your drains cleaned, but sometimes you can notice this issue building up before the drain actually clogs. In fact, a clog itself is usually formed after months of neglect that might be showing signs in other ways.

Today, we’re going to talk about advice on when your drain needs to be cleaned. As your local plumber in West Palm Beach, FL, we want to share some of our expertise and knowledge to let you better know when to call our team for help. Between having clear drains and drain clogs, there are various signs to look for that might signal an imminent need for drain cleaning.

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7 Tips from a Professional Plumber

Monday, September 28th, 2020

Imagine what your life would be like if your best friend were a professional, licensed plumber. We’re not talking just someone who is handy with pipes and drains, we mean someone who would be recognized as a master plumber. You’d have access to some pretty nifty technology and your pipes would have an angel who could save them every few years.

We might not be your best friend, but we’d like to build up a repertoire with you as your local professional plumber. In order to do this, we’d like to share some of the knowledge that we’ve gleaned from working on pipes day in and day out. If you want advice, we’ve got it!

Also, don’t forget that if you need a plumber in Boca Raton, FL then we’re the team to call. Don’t hesitate and keep flipping searching online, just call us!

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