What Should I Do if My Toilet Overflows?
The first thing to do is find the water supply valve and turn it off. In fact, you should always know where to find it, even before you are in the midst of an emergency. Do not flush your toilet again, as it will only cause more of a mess. Soak up the water on the floor with some old rags and towels and then get them and your rugs out of the way. Try a plunger to see if you can quickly fix the problem on your own. If it doesn’t work, contact Raymark Plumbing & Sewer, and we’ll find out what the real problem is.
Why Is My Faucet Dripping?
More than likely, your o-ring or cartridge is broken or just worn down. If you have completed this repair on your own with success in the past, go ahead and complete it again now. If not, we have the repair parts on hand that will get the problem fixed. While you wait, turn off the water supply valves so that you don’t waste anymore water.
Why Does My Hot Water Stink, but Not My Cold Water?
When the water coming out of a faucet stinks only when the hot water is used, this is a sign of bacteria growth in the water heater. For now, our simplest plumbing tips include to avoid using hot water unless you absolutely have to, and to contact us to flush and disinfect your water heater.
Why Does My Bathtub Backup When I Flush the Toilet?
Unfortunately, this can be one of the most devastating plumbing FAQs. It is an indication of a major blockage or break in your septic system. It’s important that you discontinue use of any plumbing fixtures right away. Our plumbers can use a camera inspection system to see where the exact problem lies in order to get it fixed.
What if I Have an Emergency?
We completely understand how plumbing issues come at inopportune times. Contact us any time you discover a problem and we will be happy to assist you.