Frequently Asked Questions

A clogged drain can happen for many reasons, but the most common issue is not with the drain itself – it’s what you’re putting into it. Use strainers in the bathroom and kitchen to get rid of solid matter and avoid cooking grease to see if it resolves the issue.

Obviously, the right solution depends on what’s causing the low pressure. On a service visit, one of our experienced plumbers will check all the usual suspects, such as partially-closed water valves, rusted pipes, or clogged filters to improve your pressure.

If by fix you mean a temporary patch that will need to be replaced soon, then the answer is yes. If you prefer a permanent solution, then the best option is to call Precision Plumbing and Contracting for a professional repair job that’s built to last.

At Precision Plumbing and Contracting, we recommend septic tanks to be inspected approximately once every 3-4 years depending on the level of use. In many cases, the inspection will reveal no problems, but the advantage is that you’ll be able to catch small issues before they need expensive repairs.

We know the frustration that leaky faucets can bring and the unfortunate answer is often a replacement. To prevent leaky faucets, the best option is to invest in higher quality makes and models that have better valve construction.

If you’ve just had a new water heater installation, then it was probably not done well and needs to be fixed. For older water heaters, it could be simple as a quick replacement of the thermostat or heating element.

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