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Are You in Need of New Bathroom Plumbing?

It goes without saying that as a homeowner, there will eventually come a time that you will have to invest in bathroom plumbing repairs. As one of the most frequently used sections of your plumbing system, the bathroom puts your pipes through a lot of work, making them susceptible to clogs, leaks and more. But how do you know when you’re in need of repairs? Keep reading to discover the answer to that question.


While mold can develop along your shower tiles and other areas of your bathroom due to poor ventilation, this isn’t the only reason it forms. Sometimes it can be due to an undetected plumbing leak, sending water somewhere that it shouldn’t be, such as inside your under-the-sink cabinet. While you can hire someone to remove the mold, you’ll want to ensure that you get to the root of the problem so it doesn’t occur again.


If you have a faucet leak, it can typically be repaired pretty easily. However if the problem persists, you may need a faucet replacement. Other leaks are more serious, such as if you notice water leaking from your toilet or from behind your shower fixture. You could have corroded pipes that need replacement, or loose fittings that need to be tightened.


Clogs are actually quite common in bathrooms, given the hair, soap, and dirt that goes down our drains. You may be tempted to try to clear these clogs up with store-bought drain cleaner, but this can actually be a mistake. These chemical drain cleaners can actually do more harm than good—causing corrosion or even messier clogs. Instead, you should rely on a trusted plumbing team with specialized tools to solve the problem.

To schedule plumbing repairs with someone who’s in your Aurora, CO neighborhood today, just contact the professionals at APC Plumbing & Heating!

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