– Toilet not flushing: this is often a problem with the supply line and, therefore, an easy, quick fix.
– Water leaking and/or flooding: this may be something as simple as a loose water hose or pipe, which means you can do the repair yourself with some guidance from your plumber – if this doesn’t work, most likely it’s a slab leak which is more expensive to repair than DIY.
– Pipes making strange sounds: if you hear loud banging or clanging noises coming from your pipes at any time of day or night, you should call for an emergency plumbing service immediately – these sounds could mean there’s a serious clog in one of your lines and it needs to be taken care of before it gets worse.
– Low water pressure: the most common cause for this problem is a foreign object in your water lines, which can be especially dangerous if it’s undetected for some time – if you suspect that’s what’s causing your difficulty, don’t hesitate to call your plumber right away.
– Toilet running: this problem can be caused by a toilet flapper malfunction or a clog in the pipes – if it’s the latter, you’re going to need a plumber right away.