Your bathroom plumbing gets a lot of use daily. The wear-and-tear is substantial. Sooner or later you’ll have to replace it. Plumbing is mostly hidden in the bathroom, but it’s a crucial part of making sure your bathroom remains functional. 

Putting off problems related to your faulty plumbing can end up costing you a lot of money later. A plumbing update can range from small cosmetic upgrades to a complete overhaul. 

Here are 6 signs it’s time to improve your bathroom plumbing.

1- Water Pressure and Volume Concerns

Is your showerhead down to a trickle? Galvanized steel pipes break down over time and become narrower. You will likely need a pipe replacement.

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2- Leaks

Leaks could only mean a small problem, or you may need to replace your entire plumbing system. It depends on your system, it’s age and how much corrosion occurred.

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3- Clogged Toilets, Sinks, and Bathtubs

Even if you don’t know what’s causing the problem, calling PR Plumbing will ensure that the clog is repaired correctly. We have all the necessary tools and expert knowledge to fix your problem.

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4- Foul Smelling Water

In this case it may be time to replace your water heater. Many water heaters contain rods (also called anodes). Over time they break down and stop functioning, which causes smelly water.

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5- Rust and Corrosion

This indicates that old bathroom plumbing needs to be replaced soon. If you ignore the problem it can spread through the faucet which weakens it permanently damages it.

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6- Mold and Mildew

Do you see mold or mildew on the wall and ceiling? Mold may also lead to health problems. Furthermore, an ignored leak can cause structural issues.

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Are you concerned with your plumbing fixtures, your water heater or your whole plumbing system? From running toilets and leaky faucets to a complete plumbing overhaul. PR Plumbing can assist you with your bathroom plumbing needs. Just contact us today!

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