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  • Water Heater Repair

    • What's the Best Type of Water Heater?
      There's no type of water heater that's better than the other. Nonetheless, both traditional and tankless water heaters have different benefits. Our team will help you determine which unit best suits your needs.
    • What Color Should the Flame Be?
      Your water heater should have a blue flame with yellow tips. An orange flame could mean inadequate burning, which can cause your unit to operate inefficiently or release carbon monoxide into your property.
    • When Should I Consider Buying a New Water Heater?
      Traditional water heaters usually wear out after 10-15 years, while tankless models need a replacement at around 20 years.
    • How Can I Make My System Last Longer?
      Regular water heater maintenance will help extend the lifespan of your system.
    • How Often Should I Have My System Flushed?
      It's best to flush your water heater at least once every year.
  • Water Heaters

    • What’s the Ideal Temperature Setting for a Water Heater?
      For most people, the ideal temperature setting is about 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
    • How Do I Know I Need to Replace My Unit?

      Several signs can clue you into a water heater replacement, including:

      • Insufficient hot water
      • Uneven water temperatures
      • Discolored water
      • Leaks around the water heater
    • How Do I Keep My Water Heater Operating for as Long as Possible?
      You can prolong the life of your unit with routine water heater maintenance.
    • What Size Water Heater Do I Need?
      Water heaters come in different sizes. At Hull Plumbing, we’ll help you choose the suitable unit for your needs.
    • How Can I Conserve the Hot Water?
      Investing in low-flow shower heads and routine maintenance can help conserve the heated water.
  • Commercial Plumbing

    • What Are the Common Commercial Plumbing Issues?

      Some of the common plumbing issues you can encounter include:

      • Clogged toilets and drains
      • Leaky faucets
      • Broken fixtures
      • Running toilets
      • Broken septic tanks
      • Damaged pipes
    • How Often Should I Schedule Drain Cleaning?
      Although not all emergency plumbing situations can be avoided through preventative maintenance, it's best to clean your drains at least once a month.
    • Which Chemicals Can I Use to Clean My Property’s Drains?
      You should avoid chemical drain cleaners at all costs. Although chemical cleaning might seem effective at eliminating clogs, it may cause more harm to your pipes.
    • Is Commercial Hydro Jetting a Good Option?
      We offer commercial hydro jetting here at Hull Plumbing because this is an excellent technique to remove significant drain obstructions while preventing water backflow and other serious issues.
    • How Regularly Should I Have a Plumbing Inspection Done?
      It depends on various factors, including the age of your plumbing and whether you have experienced a plumbing disaster. We recommend getting an inspection at least once per year.
    • How Much Does It Cost to Have My Property’s Drains Cleaned?
      The price varies depending on several factors, including the cause of the clog, its location, and the severity of the problem causing the obstruction. Our plumbing company will give you an accurate estimate beforehand so you can know what to expect.
  • Slab Leak Repair

    • How Do I Determine I Have a Slab Leak?

      It can be challenging to determine if you have a water leak under slab because you cannot see what's going on underneath your home's foundation. However, there are a few common signs of a slab leak that can help decide if it's time to contact a professional. These include:

      • Cracked floors or walls
      • Unusually high water bills
      • Hear running water
      • Pipes making a humming noise
      • Mold and mildew growth
      • Warm or damp floors

      To accurately detect and locate a slab leak, you'd have to hire a professional plumber for slab leak detection services. At Hull Plumbing, we have the proper training, equipment, and knowledge to quickly and accurately locate a slab leak and recommend the best repair method.

    • What Causes Slab Leaks?

      Slab leaks can occur for many reasons. One common cause of slab leaks is abrasion. Naturally, pipes tend to contract and expand as water moves through them. However, this contraction and expansion can cause your pipes to rub against other pipes, concrete, or gravel until they wear out.

      Another common cause of slab leaks is corrosion. For instance, if you have copper pipes running under your slab, the minerals in the water can cause them to corrode over time. Ultimately, corrosion will result in holes and cracks that will allow water to escape through the slab.

    • How Do You Fix a Slab Leak?
      We use professional-grade scanning and identification equipment to find a slab leak without excavation. Depending on the location, we dig a hole to access the leaking pipe and replace it with a new one.
    • How Long Does the Slab Leak Repair Process Take?
      Most slab leak repair projects take one to three days to complete.
    • Benefits of Choosing Hull Plumbing Inc
      If you're searching for "slab leak repair near me," end your search with Hull Plumbing. We offer professional slab leak repair services at an affordable price. We show up on time with fully stocked trucks to ensure we complete the repairs quickly. While working on your property, we strive to reduce how much we impact you and your property and clean up when done.
  • Drain Cleaning

    • How Often Should I Have My Drains Cleaned?
      It’s best to have a professional drain snaking at least once a year.
    • When Should I Call the Professionals?
      We recommend calling our drain cleaning company as soon as you notice any signs of a clogged drain. Ignoring a clog can lead to sewer backups, creating a nightmare that can be unsanitary and expensive to clean up.
    • Why Is Professional Drain Cleaning Important?
      Professional drain cleaning has many great benefits, including the elimination of nasty odors, more savings on repairs, the extension of the service life of your drains, and the improvement of drain efficiency.
    • What’s the Best Way to Unclog a Drain?

      It depends on several factors, including the specific issues you’re dealing with, the age of your pipes, and other factors. At Hull Plumbing, we specialize in the tried-and-tested snaking. We also provide other services to complement our drain cleaning solutions, such as:

      - Hydro Jetting

      - Sewer Video Inspection

  • Bathroom Plumbing

    • How Do I Know I Need to Replace My Faucets?
      You may need plumbing repairs if your bathroom plumbing fixtures are making strange noises, have buildup that’s hard to get rid of, or are leaking.
    • Are Low-Flush Toilets Effective?
      Yes! Thanks to technological advancements, manufacturers take great care in designing and making their toilets to ensure waste and water exit efficiently and completely.
    • How Should I Clean a Bathroom Sink?
      You can clean your bathroom sink using baking soda and dish soap.
    • Which Materials Are Used to Make Bathroom Sinks?
      Ceramic, metal, glass, porcelain, and cast iron are the most common materials used in bathroom sinks.
    • How Do I Know I Need a New Bathroom Sink?
      You should replace any bathroom sink with chips, cracks, leaks, or other problems. Also, if you’ve had your sink for over 10 years, it might be time for a replacement.
  • Plumbing Repair

    • How Long Do Repairs Take?
      It depends on the type and severity of the issue. We'll give you an accurate time estimate once we assess the situation.
    • What's Considered a Plumbing Emergency?
      Contact our team immediately if you encounter a clogged drain, malfunctioning water heater, burst pipe, or any other issue that needs immediate attention.
    • Are There Some Repairs I Can Handle Myself?
      It's best to leave repairs to a professional to avoid causing unintended damage to your plumbing.
    • What's the Worst That Can Happen If I Delay Repairs?
      The longer you wait to address a problem, the worse it becomes.
    • How Much Do Repairs Cost?
      It depends on the size of the job. We'll give you an accurate cost estimate before we start.