Peach Plumbing Inc
Peach Plumbing Inc, is a family owned business that has expert technicians to tackle your most difficult or simple plumbing issues. The company has a wide-range of services that include fixing leaky faucets and tub valves, p-traps replacement, bathroom remodel, water line replacement, cleaning sink drains and more. Their technicians also specialize in water heater repair or replacement. No matter what plumbing needs you have, all or their services come at competitive prices.
The company has been the leading Acworth Plumber for more than 15 years serving many areas including Atlanta, Alpharetta, Canton, Dallas, Kennesaw, Marietta and all of Cobb County areas. They understand that emergencies happen when you lest expect them too. That's why their technicians are just a phone call away and they are alway's available 24 hours and day, seven days a week for your convenience. You can always trust that if you ever need a major plumbing renovation, Peach Plumbing will always be there to take care of it. And will do their best to make your life a little more stress free.
The state certified plumbers have thorough knowledge of local plumbing codes, procedures, and problems in the Cobb County area. Plus, customer services has always been Peach Plumbing number one top priority. You may have many questions regarding your home's plumbing especially if a major repair is needed. They can answer any of your questions. Just check out several testimonials on Peach Plumbing which are a direct reflection of the company's to quality service. It's service that any homeowner can trust when the need it the most.
They offer 24/7 emergency services, flat rates, residential and commercial plumbing. From the simplest to the most complex, their plumbers are there to help. The company is fully insured, licensed and bonded. For more information about their wide range of services, go to their website http://www.peachplumbinginc.com. Don't forget, you also contact them anytime day or night at (678)761-0930
They offer 24/7 emergency services, flat rates, residential and commercial plumbing. From the simplest to the most complex, their plumbers are there to help. The company is fully insured, licensed and bonded. For more information about their wide range of services, go to their website hhp://www.peachplumbinginc.com. Don't forget, you also contact them anytime day or night at (678)761-0930
First, you can determine if you have a leak by checking your water meter. About 90 % of all residential water meters are located in the front sidewalk area.
Start by turning off all the water fixtures inside and outside the home, and make sure nobody else in the house is using any water. Your water meter should have a little black "low flow indicator" triangle on the white portion of the face. You can quickly identify a leak by just checking to see if the low flow indicator is rotating when you know all water is turned off inside and outside the house.
If you determine there is a leak, here are some tips for water leak search:
- Faucets or showerheads may have small drips which can result in hundreds of gallons or water being wasted each day. Check each fixture to see if it is dripping. Most faucet or showerheads leaks are due to worn washers which can easily be replaced.
- Toilets leaks are often the cause of wasted water. To check your toilet for leaks, simply remove the tank lid and drop in several drops of food coloring. Wait 10 minutes. If the colored water appears in the bowl, you have a leak. If you identify a leak in the toilet you should find out what components are defective and see that they are repaired as soon as possible. You can get toilet repair and replacement kits at the local hardware store or contact a plumber for assistance.
- Check your sprinkler system. Shut off the anti-siphon valve that serves your sprinkler system. Check the black low flow indicator triangle ate the water meter. If the flow indicator stopped moving, the sprinkler system is the problem.
- Check your water softener. Most water softener have a bypass lever. Turn the lever to allow water to bypass the softener. Check the black low flow indicator triangle at the meter. If that triangle is no longer moving, you have isolated the leak to your softener.
- Check your main service line. First, you need to find your water shutoff valve. This is usually in your front yard near the garden hose, in your garage or near your water softener unit. Shut off the valve, cutting off all water to your home, and go in the house and turn on a faucet to make sure the water is off. Check the black low flow indicator triangle at the meter. If the black triangle is moving, the leak is between the shutoff valve and the water meter.
If you have found a simple leak like your toilet flapper or kitchen faucet, you may want to fix the problem yourself. If your are not able to find or fix the leak, call a professional at Peach Plumbing Inc