Doing things yourself is a great way to learn from both your successes and your failures. Unfortunately, failing when applying that DIY mentality to your own plumbing can lead to expensive repairs.
A dripping faucet may be an annoyance, but it hardly qualifies as a plumbing emergency. Emergencies happen when pipes burst, welds let go, toilets crack, drains back up, and you suddenly find yourself with water and potentially sewage flooding through your residence. At that precise moment, you’re going to have your “Ghostbusters” moment, as in “who you going to call?”
Shake, rattle, and roll belong in a song, not your plumbing. What about other noises? A hiss? Banging? Gurgling?
What is your plumbing trying to tell you when it starts making noise? Here are some practical home plumbing self-assessment tips you can use before you call in the experts.
My sink is making noise. Now what?
If the noise is coming from the sink, it indicates a problem with the taps, the drain, or the plumbing line itself. …
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