Plumbing is the one system that can malfunction at any time, in any number of places, for any number of reasons.
For comparison, the air conditioner cycles on and off several times a day. Your only real interaction with the AC is setting the thermostat and remembering to change the air filter, unless it’s time for seasonable maintenance and service from a Columbus, GA HVAC tech. As long as homeowners use a professional contractor for checkups once or twice a year, the AC should hum along nicely.
But that’s not the case with residential plumbing. There are so many plumbing “touch points” in your Columbus, GA home that any problem can arise at any time. A running toilet. Leaky faucets. A pipe that bursts.
When slow drains, blocked drains or backup is plaguing your home or business, hydro jetting may be the solution you need. Hydro jetting is an effective type of drain and sewer pipe cleaning. In fact, no other method is as effective for your plumbing. Contact Benjamin Franklin Plumbing plumbers for drain cleaning.
The hydro jet uses highly pressurized water to thoroughly scour away clogs, some tree roots, and even difficult to remove grease. Hydro jetting is the gold standard for businesses such as restaurants that deal with routine drain and sewer clogs in their plumbing.
Our plumbers have a variety of tools available for drain cleaning, and it begins with a video pipe inspection. The inspection utilizes the latest technology with a waterproof, high-resolution camera attached to a flexible fiber optic cable transmitting a real time, clear image of the problem to a monitor as it is fed through the pipe. Ben Franklin plumbers are able to view the inside of the drain and sewer pipe, and provide an accurate diagnosis of the drainage problem, and an effective solution.
The water heater is an essential appliance in our homes, and when water heater repair in Auburn, AL is necessary, a Benjamin Franklin Plumbing plumber in Auburn, AL can provide the prompt service you need. Our licensed plumbers provide repair, installation and replacement of all types of water heaters.The Basics
While there are different types of water heaters, the two most common are the conventional water heater and tankless water heaters. In addition, water heaters are fueled by electricity, natural gas or propane. Water heaters are typically replaced with the existing type, and capacity.