When should I call a plumber?
If you want our honest opinion, there are very few instances in which you shouldn’t call a plumber when it comes to working with pipes and plumbing, and chances are you’d rather not get your hands dirty when the task involves dirty sewage and clogged drains. In addition to unpleasant smells, plumbers have to deal with a variety of issues that are best left to the experts. Here are few of the instances in which you’re better off giving the pros a call.
Broken, Blocked, or Busted Pipes
If you believe the water or sewage lines in and around your home are broken, busted, frozen, or blocked, always consult a professional. The last thing you want to worry about when working on home renovations and repairs is having to explain to the insurance company and the city just how exactly you flooded your home and yard. because the water lines in your home are connected to pipes that move water and sewage throughout your neighborhood and city, damaged or broken pipes can affect not only your home and yard, but also those of neighbors and nearby residents.
Greenway technicians have the ability to inspect pipes with cameras that can pinpoint the exact location of a blockage or a breakage. We’ll replace and repair any blocked or broken sewer or water lines in both residential and commercial areas throughout Memphis and Nashville.
Installations and Renovations
If you’re renovating a kitchen or bathroom, or if you’re installing a new sink, toilet, shower, bathtub, water heater, or garbage disposal system in a new or existing home, give a professional plumber a call. In addition to ensuring the correct pipes and lines are connected, a professional plumber can ensure water is properly turned on and off before and after a job.
In addition to working with water lines that are connected to city pipes, plumbers often have to work with electricity when installing and connecting new appliances and fixtures, and there’s probably no need to explain what can happen when you attempt to work with electricity without a professional.
If You Smell Sewage
If you smell sewage in your home or yard, call a plumber immediately. This could be a sign of broken or damaged sewage lines, and delaying a call could be the difference between a small problem and a major catastrophe.
Concerned about a plumbing issue or installation project? Give our team a call. Our professional technicians operate throughout Memphis and Nashville and the surrounding areas. Whether you’re a homeowner or commercial representative, we can provide a variety of plumbing repair and installation services at an affordable price.