Doug Turner Plumbing CO. Blog : Archive for July, 2018

Your AC Drain Line: What You Need to Know

Monday, July 30th, 2018

High efficiency modern AC-heater unit, energy save solutionWith temperatures soaring in our area, chances are you’re using your air conditioner on a daily, if not hourly basis. That being said, it’s vital that you check to ensure yours is functioning as efficiently and effectively as it’s able to.

If your air conditioner has a clogged drain line, however, then it can’t possibly function as well as it should be able to. We understand this may not be a super interesting topic, but it’s an important one nonetheless. You should know what a condensate drain is, as well as what it does. And if you do run into a problem with this cooling system component, be sure to call in a professional plumber in Bellaire, TX.

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Stop Small Leaks before They Get Bigger

Monday, July 16th, 2018

blue cloth tied around white pipeThe majority of plumbing problems start off small. In fact, they can start off undetectable to the average person—most require professional-grade equipment and trained plumbing professionals to find. This is because your plumbing system in mostly hidden from view. But the best thing you can do about small leaks, particularly pinhole leaks, is to get them repaired right away to prevent bigger problems that can lead to plumbing system and property damage.

But how do you fend off a problem if you don’t even know you have one? First off, we do recommend scheduling routine preventive plumbing maintenance once a year—this will help our professional plumbers in Cinco Ranch, TX spot potential problems—of which pinhole leaks are a common one. The impact of a pinhole leak is rarely felt right away, but as it continues or grows in size, it can have massive consequences. Again, though, in the absence of being told you have a plumbing leak, how do you know you have one?

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Signs of a Suffering Sewer Line

Monday, July 2nd, 2018

Your sewer line has a very important job to do, removing wastewater from the plumbing system in your home, and expelling it into the civic sewer system. Your sewer line is buried under the ground of your property as this keeps it safe from damage and wear from the weather. Unfortunately, however, that means that when trouble does arise, it can be hard to notice right away. It’s up to you to spot the signs of trouble with your sewer line and call for professional plumbing in Bellaire, TX.

Our licensed plumbers have access to the latest in equipment technology and use professional methods to access your sewer line, enabling us to repair leaks, clear out clogs effectively, and address any other problems that might exist by doing a video inspection.

But again, you have to know you have a problem with your sewer line.

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