Northern Atlanta and Marietta Plumbing Company
Complete Range of Plumbing Solutions by Cool Air Mechanical
A functional plumbing system is a necessity for every household. But problems like a leaky faucet, clogged drains, sewer backups and malfunctioning water heaters can be a menace. These issues can also degrade the value of your home and ruin your belongings by damaging your cabinets, drywall, ceilings and floor, as well as any contents within.
With their years of experience, our plumbing experts at Cool Air Mechanical can perform any residential plumbing repair or replacement to ensure that every plumbing fixture and component in your house works efficiently. Read on for how we can help to address your plumbing concerns.
"At Cool Air Mechanical, we'll work closely with you to select the best quality fixtures and installation to fit your needs, your timeline and your budget."
What Types of Plumbing Services Do We Offer?
Plumbing issues, whether small or large, can cause a nuisance and disrupt your routine. Having a reliable plumber on call will help you tackle any concerns before the situation escalates. At Cool Air Mechanical, we offer a range of services for plumbing fixtures, including:
A common issue homeowners face is a clogged kitchen drain. Over time, food particles, oil, grease, detergent and soap can accumulate, which can cause slow draining, clogs and backup. We use the latest techniques and tools to restore free-flowing drainage by removing the blockage without damaging your drain.
If your kitchen drain clogs, call us right away to keep the issue from worsening.
Another common residential plumbing repair we handle is fixing or replacing leaky faucets. With regular use, wear and tear, or poor maintenance, your sink and faucet may start to leak. It may seem like an insignificant issue, but leaking water can become expensive over time. Upgrading aging sinks and faucets with new fixtures can give your kitchen or bathroom a fresh, updated look while saving money on your water bill. You can choose from the latest features, which include temperature memory, motion sensors and spot-resistant coatings.
A broken pipe could be the reason for your skyrocketing water bill. To identify a broken pipe, we meticulously inspect your plumbing system and then plan out and recommend a course of action based on the intensity of the breakage or leak.
Water pipes can last anywhere between 70 and 100 years. If you suspect that your pipes may be too old to handle the incoming winter season, call us to check your pipes before they burst. A skilled eye on your pipes can save you hundreds of dollars and protect your house and belongings from water damage.
If you search online for a plumbing company near me, you may find many results, but it's likely that few plumbing contractors can provide the complete range of plumbing services we do. Whether it's plumbing maintenance and repair or plumbing remodeling, we can help you replace, repair or upgrade your existing fixtures. Top-quality plumbing fixtures are cost-effective in the long run by eliminating the need for frequent repairs and replacement.
How Do I Unclog a Toilet?
The most common way to unclog a toilet is by using a plunger. Push down the cup strongly, then pull it up forcefully but carefully without breaking the seal around the cup and the toilet hole. You can also fill a pot with dish soap or laundry detergent and then pour extremely hot water into the toilet. Let this sit for 10 to 15 minutes so the soap and hot water can soften the clog. Your toilet will drain and start flushing freely. You can also use baking soda and vinegar to get rid of the clog. Pour a cup of baking soda into the toilet, then add one cup of vinegar to create some fizzy action. This natural chemical reaction will help to loosen the clog. Follow up by pouring in some hot water if needed to flush down the residue.
What Kind of Low-Flow Toilets Do You Recommend?
A low-flow toilet can be both an eco-friendly and affordable option. Look for a low-flow toilet that has around 1.28 gallons of water per flush and a MaP score of 1,000 for cost-efficiency. We recommend a bowl height of 16.5 inches and a WaterSense certification on the label.
How Do I Know if My Main Drain Is Clogged?
Early warning signs that your home's main drain could be clogged include hearing gurgling or bubbling sounds from one or more of your drains. Other signs, such as foul-smelling water, slow draining or backing up also suggest you could have a clogged main drain. If you notice any of these signs, don’t wait to call Cool Air Mechanical for a timely fix; we offer camera inspection services of your main drain to help diagnose the problem.
How Often Does My Water Heater Need To Be Flushed?
If you have a tank water heater, we recommend flushing your water heater at least once a year. This will prevent sediment buildup that clogs or blocks the pressure and relief valve. Sediment can compromise your water quality and cause longer heating time. Flushing at least annually can also increase the life of your water heater by preventing it from corroding too soon. If you are interested in tankless water heaters, Cool Air Mechanical offers and installs these compact, energy efficient alternatives to a tank water heater.
A Plumbing Company You Can Trust
No matter the issue you face, we are here to serve all your plumbing needs, from installation to repair and maintenance, with our experience, knowledge and diligence. Our residential plumbing services include water heater installation and repair, drain cleaning, faucet repair and replacement, fixture installation, and more.