We can solve any plumbing related problem, large or small—we do it all.
Most people take their plumbing for granted until it starts causing them problems. While not every plumbing-related issue is an emergency or a serious concern, there are enough small issues with home plumbing systems that can cause unwanted grief and frustration. Most of these minor concerns might seem like they can be easily solved with a DIY approach, but because of the complicated nature of home plumbing, work should only be done by professionally trained and certified technicians. That’s where we come in.
-Do you need to replace an old faucet, shower head, or a broken sink?
-Do you have a leaky toilet and can’t quite pinpoint what the issue is?
-Are you experiencing unusual water pressure issues?
-Is your dishwasher not draining properly?
Don’t try and solve a plumbing problem by yourself if you’re not a professional. While some jobs might appear simple, it’s better to call in licensed professionals to prevent wreaking havoc to your house’s expensive plumbing system. Regardless of your problem’s size, we love to provide clients with the assistance they need. Our certified technicians at 5 Star Best Plumbing can get to the root of your plumbing issue quickly, efficiently and affordably.
We offer same-day service, online booking, upfront pricing, 24/7 customer service, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Call us at (888) 909-0120 to schedule a service technician visit today.
Q: Why does my bathroom faucet drip when the toilet is flushed?
A: When a faucet drips after a toilet is flushed, it’s typically caused by high water pressure. While the average range for a house’s water pressure is 40 to 60 psi, when the water exceeds 80 psi, problems like this can occur.
Q: How do I test if my toilet is leaking?
A: Open your toilet tank and add some food coloring or a dye tablet to the tank’s water. Wait for half an hour. If you see colored water in your bowl, you have a leak.
Q: What causes a faucet to leak?
A: A loose or damaged O-ring, a faulty washer, a corroded valve, a pitted spout or sediment buildup are typical culprits of leaky faucets.
Q: Why am I hearing vibrating sound in the walls when the toilet flushes?
A: This issue typically occurs because the toilet’s fill valve has gotten old, lost its elasticity and becomes hard. When the valve tries to shut off, it ricochets small reverberations and tiny shock waves back to the water piping, causing vibrations.
Q: Why is my water pressure low?
A: It could possibly be leaky pipes. Check areas where pipes are exposed and examine the areas where pipes meet the water main. Another culprit could be a clog in your pipes.
Q: Why isn’t my dishwasher draining?
A: Most dishwasher draining issues are due to food particles or grease buildup in the sink drain, drain hose or drain pump.