LONGWOOD, Fla. – More and more homeowners across Central Florida are turning to Service One AC of Longwood for all of their plumbing repair and service needs. With the ability to troubleshoot and fix a variety of problems, the dedicated professionals at Service One can tackle small issues such as a dripping faucet or running toilet to major problems like leak detection and clogged drains.
Contact ServiceOne AC at (407) 499-8333.
It is important to consult a professional for any of the following plumbing issues:
- Clogged Drains
- Drain Cleaning
- Leak Repair
- Fixture Inspections
- Sink Installations
- Leak Detection
- Water Pressure Issues
According to Bill Gouty, Service One founder and president, minor plumbing issues can become major problems if they are not seen to in a timely manner. “A leaking faucet may seem like an inconvenience, however cabinets and flooring and be damaged due to standing water,” said Gouty. “Usually the repair and easy and not too costly … unless the homeowner waits too long and property damage results.”
Another issue that homeowners in Florida are encountering is “polybutylene” pipes, which is a form of plastic resin that was used about from the mid 1970’s- through late 1990’s. Due to the low cost of the material and ease of installation, polybutylene was used as a substitute for traditional copper piping during the housing boom. Some homeowners with polybutylene are now having plumbing problems.
Polybutylene systems, as well as galvanized systems, are known to have the most problems. As they corrode and rust, the water quality will suffer, which can be a huge problem for homeowners.
Signs Your Home May Need Re-piping:
- Black specs in the water
- Reduced water flow
- Rust spots in clothing
- Foul-smelling water
“If a homeowner notices any of these problems, it is important to call Service One as soon as possible to minimize damage to home, health, and plumbing system,” said Gouty. “No matter what the plumbing problem, Service One employs licensed experts who know just what to do in any situation 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week.”