Even though a water softener has water in it, too much will prevent it from regenerating correctly. In case water fills to the top, you’ll need to contact Jackson Comfort’s reputable plumber service in Tallmadge for help. Our fully licensed plumber will inspect, drain, and thoroughly clean the appliance. To schedule your on-site inspection, contact Jackson Comfort Services today!
Water leaks are found in numerous places in a home or office. Besides toilets, sinks, and fixtures, look behind water-using appliances, the ceiling, and walls.
Any water feature such as a showerhead, a faucet, or an outdoor spigot can and will leak. Any fixture left unrepaired, the leak will continue, and the utility bill will increase.
Water heaters and water softeners can lose water pressure over time. The cause might be a leak, a clog, or an isolated water issue somewhere in the building.
When a water line breaks, go to the water main and shut off the valve to stop water flow in the building. That also applies when replacing shower fixtures.
Winterizing all exterior pipes and outdoor fixtures and spigots helps prevent frozen or burst pipes. Wrap the pipes before winter to avoid costly plumbing repairs.
A water heater beyond ten years old will leak, corrode, build up sediments, and produce rusty colored water. When replacing, choose an energy-efficient model and save.