At B&L Plumbing, we know those leaky faucets and clogged drains are sometimes an inconvenience and sometimes a money pit when the water you’re paying for goes right down the drain.
- 24 Hour Emergency Service
- Water Heater Services
- Tankless Water Heater Services
- Burst Pipe Repair
- Water Leak Detection
- Drain Cleaning Services
- Hydro Jetting Services
- Repiping Services
- Sewer Line Repair and Installation
- Kitchen Plumbing & Garbage Disposals
- Bathroom Remodeling
- Clogged Toilet Repair
- Slab Leak Repair
- Sump Pump Services
- Septic Tank Plumbing
- Water Softeners
- Water Filtration Systems
- Commercial Plumbing
We’re family owned plumbing contractors whose mission is to give the residents of Colorado Springs the highest level of professional service when they contact us!
Have you tried everything and still have slow drains? Check out our residential plumbing repair service and see what we can do for you.
Why Is Your Faucet Leaking?
There are a variety of reasons why your faucet drips or leaks, and it’s something you need to take care of right away because that’s literally money down the drain. Here are four reasons why your faucet leaks:
- Your faucet’s ‘O’ ring is loose or worn out
- The valve seat is corroded
- The washers are shot
- A pipe is broken
If you’ve tried everything and still have leaky, drippy faucets, it’s time to call in a plumbing repair company to ensure you’re not losing any more money down the drain in wasted water.
Do You Have Adequate Water Pressure? The Answer May Surprise You!
Your home’s water pressure is measured in pounds per square inch (PSI), and it’s normal for household water pressure to be around 50-80 PSI. However, many homes have 30 and less! Have you noticed your morning shower isn’t as vigorous as it should be? It’s probably the lack of pressure!
Most water pressure issues are caused by clogged pipes, which are common in older homes. If you don’t think you have good water pressure, call a residential plumbing repair company and let them test your pressure and find out a solution to get you up to speed!
Is your water heater about to fail? Check out our water heater solutions and how we can help you!.
Does Your Toilet Continually Run? Here’s What To Do
Many homes have at least one toilet that won’t stop running, and just like with a leaky faucet, it’s not only annoying, it’s wasting YOUR money. Estimates say that a running toilet can waste up to 200 gallons per day! Here are other toilet troubles to watch out for and when you should call in a professional:
- Weak flush — is when the bowl is slow to empty
- Clogged — is when you can’t flush
- Water trickle — can be caused by a supply line
- Leaks — caused by faulty or corroded seals
At B&L Plumbing, we’ve seen virtually every type of toilet problem, and we’ve fixed them all. Call us as soon as you notice any of these plumbing issues so we can prevent any more of your money going down the drain!
Please remind your homeowners that they need to disconnect their hoses from the hosebib on their houses. When hoses are left on the faucet, it does not allow water to drain from the copper in the wall and can freeze in the copper. When water freezes, it expands and then can split/burst the copper in the wall.
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