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Plumbing Repairs

Expert Plumber Repair Service near Dayton, OH

If you're looking for an experienced Dayton plumber who can help you with plumbing repair service, look no further than Albert Services. We're the local plumbing company to trust for all types of residential plumbing repairs from fixing a simple leaky faucet to removing tree roots and pipe lining the busted sewer lines.

We promise to take great care of your home when we provide plumbing repair services in Dayton and the surrounding communities! Our plumbers wear shoe covers and put down drop cloths to protect your home and keep a clean work area.

Contact Albert Services for plumbing repairs today!

  • 24/7 Emergency Plumbing Repairs
  • 20+ Years Serving Dayton & Surrounding Areas
  • Expert Troubleshooting & Repair
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Experienced In All Types of Plumbing Repairs

Our clean and courteous plumbing repair technicians can fix any plumbing problem you're having in your Dayton area home:

  • Frozen pipes
  • Leaky faucets, toilets, or showers
  • Clogged drains
  • Busted Sewer Lines
  • Flooded basement
  • Broken hot water heaters
  • And more

When you call us, you get the best plumbing service technicians in the area. Our professionals receive continual training and the latest advanced diagnostic tools because we want to provide you with the most innovative plumbing repair solutions.

We offer FAST, same-day plumbing repair and installation services with upfront pricing. Schedule a plumbing repair appointment that's convenient for you. We'll show up on time, assess your needs, diagnose your problem, and make recommendations with up-front pricing so there are no surprises.

Plumbing Repair Service FAQs

What causes low water pressure?

There are several possible causes of low water pressure. Common reasons include dirt or mineral deposits clogging pipes, plumbing system leaks, problems with the municipal water supply, and problems with the pressure regulator. Reduced pressure might also be caused by a malfunctioning pressure-reducing valve, corrosion, or clogs in the pipes. A skilled plumber can help you diagnose and resolve the problem for the best possible water pressure in your home or place of business. Determining the exact cause requires examining the plumbing system.

Does liquid clog remover damage pipes?

Yes, liquid clog removers, often containing harsh chemicals, can potentially damage pipes. The corrosive nature of these chemicals may weaken or deteriorate pipes over time, especially if used frequently. Additionally, some products may not be suitable for certain pipe materials. For a safer approach, consider using alternative methods like a plunger or plumbing snake. If faced with persistent clogs, consulting a professional plumber is advisable to ensure effective and safe solutions without risking damage to your plumbing system.

Why is my toilet hissing?

A hissing sound from your toilet may indicate a leaking fill valve or a faulty flapper. The fill valve controls the water entering the tank, and if it's not sealing properly, water continues to flow, causing the hissing noise. Similarly, a worn-out or misaligned flapper can lead to water leakage. Replacing the fill valve or adjusting the flapper can often resolve the issue. If troubleshooting doesn't work, consulting a plumber is recommended to identify and address the specific cause of the hissing noise in your toilet.

Why is there a leak around the base of my toilet?

A leak around the base of a toilet can be caused by several problems:

  1. Wax ring deterioration: The wax ring that seals the connection between the toilet and the sewer pipe may degrade over time, leading to leaks.
  2. Loose bolts: The bolts securing the toilet to the floor may become loose, causing gaps where water can escape.
  3. Cracked toilet base: Damage or cracks to the porcelain base of the toilet can allow water to seep out.
  4. Condensation: In humid environments, condensation can form on the exterior of the toilet tank and drip down to the floor, mimicking a leak.
  5. Improper sealing: If the toilet is not installed correctly or the wax ring isn't placed properly, it can lead to leaks.

To determine the exact cause of the leak, it's best to inspect the toilet carefully. If you're unsure or uncomfortable doing so yourself, consider contacting a plumber to assess and fix the issue.

Why am I hearing a gurgling sound after I run my faucet?

A gurgling sound after running a faucet could indicate a problem with your plumbing system. It might be due to air trapped in the pipes, indicating a ventilation issue. It could also suggest a partial blockage in the drain line, causing air to be displaced as water flows through. Consulting a plumber can help diagnose and resolve the issue.

What are the signs that indicate a potential leak in a plumbing system?

Signs of a potential plumbing leak include unexplained increases in water bills, damp or discolored patches on walls or ceilings, musty odors, mold or mildew growth, dripping sounds, low water pressure, and visible signs of water damage near fixtures or appliances. Additionally, fluctuations in water meter readings when water isn't in use and the presence of puddles or pooling water around the foundation or in the yard can indicate leaks in underground pipes.

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