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Your Round Hill Plumbing Experts

Are you looking for a reliable Round Hill, VA plumber? Call Powell’s Plumbing today at 540-665-8196 for immediate solutions. We don’t believe in overcharging our customers – on top of our competitive prices, you can save even more when you take advantage of our current coupons.

There is a lot you can do around your home to detect and prevent possible problems in your home’s plumbing fixtures. At Powell’s Plumbing, we like to inform our clients on the technicalities of their systems, because a knowledgeable individual makes better decisions. 

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  • Have been in service since 1989.
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How can I prevent clogged drains?

Keeping up on maintenance is an important part of preventing clogged drains. The more effort you put into keeping solid debris out, the less likely you will be to develop a clog.

It’s important to keep a sink strainer over your drain to keep food and solid waste out. It helps to pour hot water into a drain occasionally to run soap scum, grease, and other types of debris out of the drain. Simply having your drains or your septic system, inspected every year can go a long way in preventing drain clogs.

How can I detect a water leak?

Water leaks in your home’s plumbing fixtures can cost you a lot of money in your utility bills if you don’t notice and remedy them immediately. A hissing sound coming from a toilet or a hot water heater can indicate a leak, so inspect your plumbing equipment occasionally and listen for any unusual sounds. You can determine if there is a leak in your toilet by putting drops of food coloring into the toilet tank. If the food coloring seeps into the bowl of your toilet after a few minutes, there is a leak.

While leaks around faucets and pipes in your cabinets are easy to detect, leaks that are not readily apparent will require a little extra effort to detect. You can detect leaks in your system that are not readily visible by turning off all of your appliances that use water and checking the meter box. If the meter indicates that water is still being consumed, you have a leak.

How can I lengthen the lifespan of my water heater?

Typically, a water heater can operate effectively for up to fifteen years. There are some maintenance repairs you need to make to utilize your water heater for this long.

Installing certain features such as a secondary anode rod and an expansion tank can be helpful depending on the type of system you have. Also, simply cleaning your tank or having your tank flushed out regularly is a good idea because it prevents any buildup that could negatively impact functioning.

The installation of a pressure regulating valve is a good idea, especially if the water pressure in your system is at 90 PSI or higher. Another practice that can lengthen your water heater’s life is using a water softener to reduce excessive mineral content in your water.

Have some questions on how you can implement these tips? Contact us at 540-665-8196 to learn more about what you can do to keep the plumbing system in your home running smoothly.


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