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Top 10 Reasons To Call A Plumber


Over the years since 1961, the Plumbing Professionals at Ray May Plumbing have accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience. As a result, we present the following:

The Top 10 Reasons To Call A Plumber

If you are experiencing any of these problems, call Ray May Plumbing 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, at 909-624-4509.

1. Have a clogged sink?

Drano and other chemicals can harm metal drainage piping, resulting in a significant headache. A full-service plumbing company can better assist you.

2. Have a flooded tub or shower?

Showers and bathtubs accumulate a lot of hair and dust, which can clog up the drainage pipe. This may lead to overflooding, leading to costly water damage.

3. Replacing a toilet?

Attempting to replace a toilet as part of a bathroom remodel may seem like a cost-cutting solution. However, many people don’t realize that incorrectly installing a toilet can lead to leaks, which will also cause water damage to your floor or sub-flooring.

4. Low-flow showerheads?

Installing low-flow showerheads is a great way to save money on your water bill. BUT many showerheads are rusted, and attempting to force it off the faucet may cause significant issues.

5. Have an older water heater?

That thing could be a ticking time bomb that will start leaking anytime. Newer water heaters are also more efficient and will save you money on utility bills. A commercial plumbing company can install a new heater for you.

6. Have mold?

Leaky pipes, faucets, and drains can cause water to leak and accumulate, creating an ideal environment for mold to grow.

7. High-capacity toilet?

Does your toilet use multiple gallons of water per flush? You are flushing money down the bathroom when you have an unnecessarily high-capacity toilet.

8. Dripping sink?

Drip. Drip. Drip. That dripping sink isn’t just keeping you awake; it’s also dripping away money from your wallet. As a family-owned plumbing company, we know how important it is to keep your bills low.

9. Doing it yourself?

Attempting repairs yourself may be an enticing idea to save money, but it often results in far more expensive reconstructions down the road.

10. Professional experience?

Plumbers know what they’re doing. They’ve done it all and usually do it for a long time. Trust us; you would prefer to get stuck with a plumbing bill from your local plumber than one from a general contractor!