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This means there are ample opportunities for you to need bathroom plumbing repairs. Maybe you have a leaky faucet or your toilet isn't running properly. Perhaps you've noticed you could use some bathroom plumbing tips on how to clean your drain or a clogged tub. Reasonable Plumbing offers many services to help you handle everything from bathroom faucet repairs to bathroom drain cleaning. Here are a few tips for trying to fix these issues yourself:
Bathtub drains don't just have soap and water running through them. Hair and even pet fur make their way into the pipes and can cause a seriously clogged tub drain. The best way to remove the block? Prevent it from happening in the first place. Always use a tub strainer to keep hair and other items out of your plumbing. Frequently clean the strainer so the water can properly drain from your bathtub. In the event of a clog, remove the strainer and try applying a flat plunger to the drain. If nothing happens in a few pushes, you may need professional help. Call Reasonable Plumbing and we'll send an experienced professional to assess and address the situation. Our plumbers carry all the tools of the trade and will be able to get your bathtub into working condition in no time.
When you do a weekly bathroom cleaning, you probably tackle the sink, mirror, floor and toilet. Don't forget the bathtub! Soap scum and mildew can build up, making it more likely that you will have a clogged tub drain. To lessen the likelihood that you will experience these issues, grab a brush and give your entire bathtub and the surrounding wall tiles a good scrub. Use a bathroom cleaner that is easy on grout so you don't end up causing more harm than good. Spend a moment or two paying special attention to the drain as well. Clean out the strainer and wash the stopper. Make sure there isn't any hair making its way into your pipes, as it may cause a clog. Questions? Call Reasonable Plumbing. Our team can offer helpful advice on ways to clean your bathroom that will help keep your plumbing in top shape.
In order to DIY any plumbing issues, from leaks to clogs, you must know a bit about your plumbing. It's also helpful to understand a little about bathroom faucet repair, how to unclog a drain and even how to replace old seals on your toilet and sink. If you're ever working on a plumbing project, be sure to turn the water off before getting started. This will prevent you from accidentally getting water all over and make it easier for you to work. For issues that are too big for you to handle or that you just can't figure out, call Reasonable Plumbing. We'll come equipped to handle your toughest plumbing problem. 760-243-4272