How to troubleshoot home plumbing issues
From ancient Rome to present day Los Angeles, plumbing is still just a series of pipes and valves that uses air-pressure to bring clean water into the house and carry away the used water. Simple enough, but should any of those fail, the whole system is jeopardized.
When Things Go Wrong
Plumbing is a wonderful convenience in a modern society but the lack of it can quickly plunge us back into the dark ages should something go wrong. In Los Angeles, where the average person consumes 92.8 gallons of water per day, plumbing issues are going to arise.
A stopped-up or even worse, overflowing toilet, is more than just an annoyance, it’s an emergency that simply cannot be ignored. A leaky faucet, while seemingly harmless can cost you more than you might realize. Addressing and fixing these problems early on can prevent even more damage or inconvenience.