When it comes to plumbing, there's no substitute for an experienced professional. Plumbers are equipped with the right tools, knowledge, and skills to quickly identify and resolve any issue you may have. Not only can a plumber diagnose and repair a problem quickly and effectively, but they can also pinpoint potential issues that could cause problems down the road. That means that calling in a plumber can save you time, money, and potential future headaches.
It's important to know when it's time to call in a professional plumber, and what follows below are a few signs that you should call one.
You’ve Thought About Doing It Yourself
If you have a plumbing project that’s a little more complicated than you’re used to handling, you should probably contact a plumber before you do anything else.
Plumbers are experienced in all kinds of plumbing projects and can provide the expertise needed to get the job done right. They also have access to specialized equipment and materials that may be necessary for certain types of projects. Additionally, they are licensed and insured, which can provide peace of mind that the project is being done safely and correctly.
You’ve Already Tried, but Failed, to Do It Yourself
If you’ve already attempted to DIY your plumbing project without success, stop what you’re doing and immediately call a plumber for help! Not only do you risk complicating the problem or hurting yourself, but you also risk causing significant damage to your home.
Put down the pipe wrench and plumber’s tape – it’s time to call an expert!
You Aren’t a Licensed Plumber
Certain plumbing tasks can be accomplished by an experienced DIYer, but the most extensive projects should only be done by a professional plumber. This is because a licensed plumber has the experience and certification to deliver plumbing solutions that meet your municipality’s plumbing code.
Without the assurance that your home’s plumbing is up to code, you can be in for a nasty and costly surprise when it comes time to sell your home or have it inspected for a remodel.
The Problem Involves Your Gas Line
You should NEVER attempt to work on your gas line. In fact, a licensed plumber is one of the few professionals who can legally do this kind of work.
Not only is DIY gas line work illegal, but it’s also extremely dangerous. Natural gas is toxic, flammable, and can be explosive when ignited. ALWAYS contact a professional plumber when you suspect there’s a problem with your home’s gas line!
Carter Quality Plumbing, LLC Can Help
From minor repairs to complete overhauls and remodeling projects, our team of experienced plumbers at Carter Quality Plumbing, LLC is prepared to help you with whatever plumbing services you may need. We are equipped with the latest tools and knowledge to ensure that your plumbing systems perform optimally. We understand how important it is for all components of your plumbing system to work properly, so we always strive to provide the most efficient and reliable solutions.
Whatever your issue is, we can tackle it quickly and effectively. Contact us today to learn more.