Whether you use your shower first thing in the morning, in the middle of the day to refresh yourself, or right before bed, you need this part of your bathroom to consistently remain pristine and error-free. Issues in the shower and bathtub might detract from the appearance of your bathroom. Water, drainage, and moisture buildup issues can cause catastrophic damage that can spread throughout your property. You may need to repair your shower or bathtub. Here are some issues that you might need help with:
When you take a shower, water may splatter over the floor or wet the wall outside the shower area. Alternatively, even after your shower has been turned off, water continues to spill. Shower repair may be required in this instance. Hidden leaks outside the shower’s walls can cause structural concerns and other problems.
It’s no surprise that this is one of the most common complaints we receive from customers. Hair, along with soap and other widely used goods, is often the leading cause of clogged shower drains. We can unclog even the most obstinate showers while leaving your drain spotless and without using harsh chemicals that could harm your pipes.
Low water pressure is another typical problem with a simple fix, such as cleaning or descaling your shower head. However, it might occasionally indicate a more serious plumbing problem, such as corroded pipes. Get to the bottom of a slowed-down shower by calling our experienced plumber!
If you’re not familiar with it, it’s the switch or knob that allows you to transition from a bath to a shower. These valves can become clogged or unclean over time, which might lead to leaks beneath your tub. Severe damage can result if this happens. It’s time to bring in a pro if you find that this valve isn’t working properly.
If you’re remodeling your bathroom, a plumber can assist you in finding the right fixtures. Alternatively, if you’re unsure what solutions might work in your area, let us show you some ideas. We can give you a free installation estimate.
If you detect peeling paint and minor fractures surrounding your bathtub, you may require bathtub repair. It’s possible that unnoticed bathtub leaking has been accumulating for a long time. This could lead to the formation of dangerous mold on the inside of your walls.