5 Signs You Need a Sink Replacement in New Jersey
Your kitchen and bathroom sinks are some of the most-used bits of plumbing in the average household. Because of this, it’s likely you’ll have to get a sink replacement sometime in your home’s life. It’s actually not to difficult too tell when you might have a problem if you know what to look for. In the case that you do have a problem, you can rely on Martinelli to perform a sink replacement in New Jersey.
Here are five signs you should get a sink replacement in New Jersey:
Just like a running toilet, a leaking faucet is a highly visible issue that can cost you a lot in extra water bills. It might be possible to save the faucet using a combination of DIY skills and replacement parts, but it might be more economical to buy a new faucet, especially if your current model is an old one. Don’t think of this as a bad thing, though. Having Martinelli install a new faucet is a relatively cheap way to give your bathroom or kitchen a makeover, adding to your home’s value.
It’s easy to notice when your drain isn’t working at its best. There are a variety of methods to alleviate these issues. Some fixes include using a mix of baking soda and vinegar, a plumbing snake, or vent pipes. However, if your drain is heavily clogged or corroded, it might be time to get a new drain.
If you live in an older home, you might have galvanized pipes as part of your plumbing system. Not only do they rust and corrode more easily than modern pipes, local building codes often require them to be removed if you want to sell the house. If you go looking for them, you want to look for the pipes that are silver in color and attract magnets. Another kind of outdated piping you’ll want to remove is lead piping. Lead piping is grey, less shiny, and soft enough to mark with a screwdriver. Plenty has been said about lead’s toxicity and no good can come from having lead in your drinking water. If you’re unsure about your plumbing, call one of our professionals for an assessment.
Gurgling and bubbling noises
Any appliance that drains a lot of water in your home can produce some plumbing noises. However, if you hear loud gurgling at other drain points, it might be a sign of a constricted flow. In addition, if the basement floor drains back up with an unusual amount of excess water, that could also be a sign of a problem.
Strange smells are another big indication of plumbing issues. If you can smell stagnant water or mold, that might be a sign water is pooling somewhere it shouldn’t. Check behind your larger appliances to make sure water isn’t leaking out anywhere.
Why is Martinelli my best choice for replacing my sink?
Martinelli has been working to satisfy residential and commercial customers for over 25 years. We’re capable of dealing with a wide variety of problems, from the smallest residential leak to the largest commercial fit out. Call us today if you need someone to fix or replace your sink!