Performance Plumbing Blog: Archive for March, 2020

Why You Need a Pro for Your Plumbing Services

Monday, March 30th, 2020

woman-looking-worried-about-plumbing-problem-under-sinkHomeowners often assume they can just get a general handyman to fix any problem they have—you pay less and they do an effective job, right?

Well, we know this seems like a viable solution to whatever your plumbing issue is, but your experience and the result will not be the same as if you had gone with a professional.

Our professional plumbers have been in the industry for a long time, so we have seen what can happen when homeowners believe in this common misconception. Plumbing isn’t an easy job, and even something that seems simple could actually require special expertise.

It’s vital that you hire a well-trained, licensed, and insured service professional when you need work done. Hiring a handyman might seem like a good way to save money, but hiring the wrong person for the job could actually leave you paying more to fix their mistake.

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Are You Protecting Your Bathroom Plumbing Against Common Threats?

Monday, March 16th, 2020

hand-on-bathroom-sink-faucetA common service we often recommend to our customers is routine drain cleaning as part of your overall plumbing maintenance. Our plumbers will come to your home and use the best in current technology—such as a hydro-jet system—to thoroughly clear out the drainpipes throughout your household.

This removes buildup that leads to frequent slow and clogged drains, and also helps prevent your plumbing system from suffering other damage too. With winter almost behind us, why not make a drain cleaning appointment as part of your spring cleaning plan?

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Do Tankless Water Heaters Need Maintenance?

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

tech-working-on-tankless-water-heaterStandard storage-tank water heaters are the type most often found in homes today—it’s the conventional system that people are used to. They’re big, and very noticeable, even if “hidden” away in a closet. Therefore, even if you don’t spend a lot of time thinking about it, you do know that it needs service. After all, scaling from hard water can have a major negative impact on your water heater, allowing for a mineral buildup that clangs around and can ultimately cause damage to the system.

What many people don’t realize is, while their tankless counterparts are space-saving and extremely efficient, they also need maintenance! Actually, much of the maintenance completed for tank water heaters is about the same as the maintenance performed on tank water heaters. Don’t hesitate to give us a call to schedule service. In the meantime, read on to learn more.

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