770-461-5663 todd@toddsplumbing.com

As seasoned plumbers with over two decades of experience in the Brooks and Coweta
communities, we’ve seen it all when it comes to residential plumbing issues. From minor
annoyances to major headaches, plumbing problems can disrupt the comfort and functionality
of your home.

  1. Leaky Faucets
    Leaky faucets are not only annoying but can also lead to significant water waste and
    increased utility bills. Typically, a leaky faucet is caused by worn-out washers, O-rings, or seals.
    To fix this issue, start by turning off the water supply to the faucet. Then, disassemble the
    faucet, inspect the components for damage, and replace any worn-out parts. It’s a relatively
    simple fix that can save you money in the long run.
  2. Clogged Drains
    Clogged drains are perhaps one of the most common plumbing problems homeowners
    encounter. They can occur in sinks, showers, bathtubs, and toilets due to a buildup of hair,
    soap scum, food debris, or other foreign objects. For minor clogs, you can try using a plunger
    or a drain snake to clear the blockage. However, for stubborn clogs or recurring issues, it’s best
    to call in a professional plumber who can use specialized tools and techniques to remove the
    obstruction safely.
  3. Running Toilets
    A running toilet is not only annoying to listen to but can also waste a significant amount of
    water. This issue is often caused by a faulty flapper valve or a defective fill valve. To diagnose
    the problem, remove the tank lid and inspect the components inside. If the flapper valve is
    worn or doesn’t seal properly, it may be time to replace it with a new one. Similarly, if the fill
    valve is malfunctioning, consider calling a plumber to replace it to prevent water wastage.
  4. Low Water Pressure
    Low water pressure can make simple tasks like showering or washing dishes a frustrating
    experience. This issue can be caused by several factors, including mineral buildup in the pipes,
    a faulty pressure regulator, or a hidden leak in the plumbing system. When you call the team
    at Todd’s Plumbing, the first thing our local techs will do is check the aerators on your faucets
    and clean them to remove any sediment or debris. If that doesn’t improve the water pressure,
    we will work to identify and address the underlying cause of the problem.
  5. Water Heater Issues
    Problems with your water heater can range from minor issues like lukewarm water to major
    issues like leaks or strange noises coming from the unit. If you’re experiencing inconsistent
    water temperature, check the thermostat setting on the water heater and adjust it accordingly.
    For leaks or unusual noises, it’s best to shut off the power or gas supply to the water heater
    and contact a local plumber for repairs or replacement.
    Dealing with plumbing issues in your home can be frustrating, but with the right knowledge
    and tools, many problems can be addressed effectively. However, if you’re unsure about how to
    tackle a plumbing issue or if it’s too complex to handle on your own, don’t hesitate to call your
    trusted Brooks plumbers. Remember, investing in timely plumbing maintenance and repairs
    can save you time, money, and headaches down the road.