3 Scary Halloween Plumbing Problems
Posted on October 29th, 2014
Halloween is almost here! This time of year, we revel in spooks and scares. But one thing you don’t want to be frightened by is your plumbing. Let’s take a look at three scary Halloween plumbing problems and how to avoid them:
Carving a jack-o-lantern is good fun. That is, as long as you don’t throw its guts down the drain. Hard pumpkin seeds can jam a garbage disposal, and the stringy insides can attach to pipes, stopping up the drain. Avoid tossing pumpkin innards down sink and toilets, and consider feeding them to birds instead!
Unless you’re considering transforming your home into a haunted house this Halloween, you’ll want to eliminate noisy pipes. Most of the time, loud water pipes are caused by either high water pressure or loose pipes. Plumbing Medics’ professional plumbers can identify the source of your “possessed” water pipes in no time at all!
Spooky water drops
Leaky faucets not only waste a scary amount of water, but they also make a dripping sound that sends shivers down the spine. When you’re lying in bed at night, that’s exactly what you DON’T need. Allow us to repair leaky faucets and toilets quickly!
Halloween is terrifying enough without having to worry about your plumbing. Reach out to Plumbing Medic for solutions to all of your plumbing problems, from the mundane to the horrifying. There’s no job too big or too small. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook and follow us on Google+ and Twitter for more tips!