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FAQs

Trusted Advice & Solutions from Our Los Angeles Plumbers

Unfortunately, plumbing problems tend to occur at the most inopportune times. Whether you are looking for ways to resolve a minor plumbing issue or you are not sure how serious the issue is, take a look at the answers we have provided to our most frequently asked questions. Our Los Angeles plumbers strive to provide you with the best service around.

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  • What should I do if my garbage disposal is stuck?

    If your disposal is jammed, there are actually a few possible solutions you can try on your own. We recommend that you first try hitting the reset button, which can typically be found on the bottom of garbage disposal units. We invite you to explore our website or call if this does not resolve the problem.

  • When should I have my leak repaired?

    Many property owners wait until it is too late to request leak repairs. Even a small leak from a faucet can waste thousands of gallons of water a month, which can have a significant impact on your water bill. In addition, waiting too long can result in severe damage to your pipes, and you would have a lot more than just an expensive water bill on your hands. EZ Plumbing is always ready to repair any leak you have in your home or place of business.

  • Why are my water bill costs so high this month?

    A sudden increase in your water bill is usually a sign of a leak somewhere on your property. You can check for them by searching for unusual wet spots and pipe discoloration. Whether you are able to detect a leak on your own or not, be sure to reach out to our Los Angeles plumbers. Sometimes more than one leak can be the reason for a high water bill, and leaks are usually hidden.

  • Why does my faucet drip when I flush my toilet?

    This is actually a common problem and is usually the result of high water pressure. We recommend reducing your water pressure and calling EZ Plumbing if the leaking persists. Our experienced plumbers can inspect your pressure-reducing valve to ensure it is functioning properly.

  • When should I replace my pipes?

    Plumbing damage is usually very difficult to spot until it’s too late due to the fact that most of the piping in your property is behind walls or underground. Fortunately, our Los Angeles plumbers utilize state-of-the-art tools to detect and repair hidden leaks. With the help of our video camera inspection technology, we can inform you about the state your pipes are in and if replacement is necessary.

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