You’re enjoying a peaceful morning, leisurely eating your favorite breakfast, and catching up on the news. You decided to have some “me time” to start the day off right. Feeling refreshed and ready to start your day, you start on the dishes. BAM! Your day screeches to a halt as your drain bubbles with soggy bits of breakfast and foamy water.
Have you ever had an experience with a service company that was out of this world amazing or downright disappointing? What did you do in that situation?
When the sh*t hits the fan, you’re going to be overwhelmed, stressed, and upset. You know you have to call a plumber, but which one? How do you choose?
Your toilet is one of the most important pieces of equipment in your home because it allows you to do your business and get rid of it without a thought. In fact, toilets are so ingrained in your life you’ve never needed to think about how it works. This means that if you encounter a problem with your toilet, you’re going to have a hard time telling your plumber what part isn’t working.
Your tankless water heater is acting up like a toddler who hasn’t had a nap. One day the pressure is temperamental. The next day the temperature is off. You’re left thinking, “what the heck is going on”?
You’re enjoying your day around the house when a horrible stench hits your nostrils—that lingering sewage smell. No matter how much you clean, you always catch a whiff of it. You’ve tried everything you can think of, and nothing worked. You’re grossed out, overwhelmed, and fed up. Where is it coming from?
Your plumber yammers on about your sewer line issues while you nod and make listening noises. But you’re not there. You’re in your head thinking:
If you’re on the hunt for a job, you’re probably sick of slick branding and hollow-sounding descriptions. I feel your pain.
Do you love unexpected plumbing expenses? Probably not. They’re inconvenient, aggravating, and demoralizing. Not to mention expensive. So what can you do? You can finance.
Did you know you should drain and clean your tank-style water heater every year? If you don’t, you could be drinking milky water. What’s milky water? Well, it definitely doesn’t come from a cow. Milky water is water with hard water minerals, other sediments, and rust. Gross right? At Monkey Wrench Plumbing, we know how to maintain all types of water heaters, and we service them all over the LA area. We want to give you that hard-earned knowledge so you can take charge of your home’s plumbing. By the end of this article, you will learn why tank-style water heaters need to be drained, when they need to be drained, what equipment you need, and how to do it. Why You Need to Drain A Water Heater