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ServiceOne offers trusted service on all your household plumbing repairs, including faucet repairs, faucet replacements, toilet repairs, finding and repairing leaks, clogged drains, and main drain cleaning. We also provide FREE ESTIMATES on remodeling your bathroom. Our service vans are fully stocked so we can often complete your plumbing repairs in one appointment. ServiceOne is locally owned and operated, our parts and labor are guaranteed and we stand behind our plumbing work 100%.
“We were just so impressed with your plumbing technician! He was polite, neat, and very informative. Whenever necessary, we’ll be choosing ServiceOne for plumbing repairs.” Lila H.
“Your technician was very thorough. He explained everything so we understood what was happening and could make an informed decision on what to do. His work was excellent and he was very nice. We really appreciate his excellent service!” Mark P.
If the fixture does not have a specific shut off valve, you will need to locate the main shut off valve to the home to stop the water. This valve can be found in different areas of the home. It is best to locate this valve BEFORE you NEED to find it. Contact licensed plumber.
If the leak is occurring when you drain the tub/shower after filling, then it will be related to the drain and plumbing repairs will be required. If the leak occurs during the shower, it will more than likely be a grout/tile/caulking issue.
Don’t’ use your hand or a metal object to attempt to remove the obstruction.
Using drain cleaning products that utilize acids, are not recommended. (ServiceOne has drain cleaning products available that are environmentally safe).
For sluggish or slow drains, pour ½ cup baking soda down the drain. Add ½ cup white vinegar and cover the drain if possible. Let set for a few minutes, then pour a kettle of 6 more cups of boiling water down the drain to flush it. DO NOT USE THIS METHOD AFTER ANY COMMERCIAL DRAIN OPENER HAS BEEN USED OR IS STILL PRESENT IN THE WATER.
If the floor drain in your basement is backing up with toilet waste, then the “main drain” is clogged and will require professional drain cleaning equipment to unclog.
Quick closing valves (washer, dishwasher, certain lavatory and shower faucets) will increase the water pressure and create “water hammer”. Fixing this type of problem would require re-piping and/or reconfiguring your home’s piping design.