Most people don’t know who to trust anymore when a major plumbing problem happens at home. Everyone knows pipes can burst, water heaters can stop heating the water, faucets can start to leak, or outside drains become clogged and water backs up. How does a homeowner choose which company to call to come out to the home and make repairs? Many times, during an emergency, they simply have to rely on the company, believe they know their business, and trust that they’ll do a good job.
It is scenarios like the one above that makes a homeowner realize they should have had a regular plumber all along. One that they call to maintain the drains and plumbing regularly throughout the year. Anyone can see that by already knowing their plumber, calling them in an emergency would have been a snap. Most of them are available 24/7 anyway, but a regular customer doesn’t have to worry if they can be trusted, and they don’t have to worry that they don’t know their business.
Companies in the Reno area like to give back to their customers when they need service work completed. Some companies are taking $30 off a service when customers mention the discount coupon they saw on the website.
Sometimes, drains can become filled with dirt, leaves, or scum from soaps and laundry detergent. Today, a plumber can actually peek inside the drains by using a camera. They can see exactly where a clog has formed, and use another fairly new procedure called water jetting to unclog the drain.
Water jetting in Reno NV has become very popular because a clog can’t hold up to an extremely fast jet of water going into a pipe. By using the water jet, pipes are cleared of all the debris that won’t allow water to drain. This is why many plumbing companies ask customers to “contact us” to hear about this new method.
Those wanting more information on water jetting in Reno NV, or the repair or installation of a new water heater can give one of the companies a call today. They’ll explain the importance of having a plumber regularly, and affordably, maintaining toilets, pipes, water heaters, underground pipes, sewer, and bathtub drains at least once a year.
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