Pearl, MS Plumbers
Water is a precious resource that needs to be conserved. Weather changes have caused widespread droughts throughout the South and have sent Pearl water bills through the roof. If you begin to notice that your monthly water bill is substantially higher than normal, you may have a leak. Environment Masters and our Pearl plumbers are dedicated to helping you with leaks, filters, sinks, and more. We have been assisting Pearl residents with their plumbing for more than 50 years. Give us a call today and we will be happy to schedule you in!
How to Tell Whether You Need a Professional Pearl Plumber
Our Pearl plumbers are experienced in a wide range of plumbing issues. Many times we see people trying to fix a problem that should be left to a professional. While DIY fixes may work for very minor issues, a well-meaning but inadequate fix can do more harm than good. Here are a few signs that you may need a professional:
- Bad sewer smell coming from your drain or tub
- Waste is backing up inside your sink or tub that does not drain back down
- Faucet will not stop dripping or running
- Water pressure throughout your house is inconsistent
- Pipes have frozen solid
- Toilet is clogged and does not respond to a plunger
- Unexplained puddles of water or mud around your property
- Expensive water bills that are inconsistent with use
If you have experienced any of these, call Environment Masters today and we can get your plumbing fixed quickly.
How to Save Money on Your Pearl Water Bill
Water has gotten more and more expensive. At the same time, people are struggling just to get by. In order to save money each month, you need to have a solid plan for saving water. Here are a few great ideas straight from our Pearl Plumbers:
- Be mindful- turn off the water when it is not in use.
- Garden accordingly- try to choose plants that require less water and fit Pearl’s climate.
- Re-use water– when boiling water for food, instead of draining it down the sink once your food is done, save it. Once the water cools, use it for plants.
- Water early– watering your lawn and garden early in the day helps to minimize evaporation and water waste.