Not so great at DIY? Hire an Indianapolis plumber to take care of your needs
For many homeowners, part of the package that comes with buying a house is the day-to-day repairs integral to maintaining your home. Touching up paint, landscaping and other fixes might have a seemingly permanent spot on your weekend to-do lists.
Where some of us get into trouble is not knowing when an easy fix that you can handle without major hassle has become a problem that you’ll need a professional to come in a fix to avoid catastrophe.
Are you comfortable knowing when you need to install a Pressure-Balancing Cycling Valve? Can you quickly decide if your toilet is running due to an improperly sized flapper, or because the base of the flush valve is cracked, or any number of other issues? If not, you should likely call someone.
When plumbing is involved, the chance for massive damage from incorrectly repaired problems is escalated. Few things can cause more headaches for homeowners than water damage, and very little is immune from water’s reach.
The leak under your bathroom sink upstairs that you thought you fixed weeks ago could be steadily leaking water into your drywall, into the floor and through the ceiling, leaving behind much more severe damage and making the repair job much more expensive.
Whether you own a home from the 1800s in Cottage Home or are the newest house on the block in Noblesville, getting to know a trusted plumber to call can save you a ton of stress. Not to mention save you from the stress of walking aimlessly around a hardware store trying to figure out what tools there are to fix your problem. We know this happens, that’s why we took a camera out into Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta to ask a few nice folks if they could identify common plumbing tools.
Here’s how they did, how do you think you’d do?
Angie’s List has more than a thousand plumbers listed in Indianapolis, and 488 are Top Rated to help you fix that plumbing problem before it becomes a disaster.