5-Star Plumbing Services In Pasadena, MD

Serving Anne Arundel, Baltimore & Surrounding Counties

"If water or gas runs through it, we do it!"

Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to Greer Water Works’ Frequently Asked Questions page—a comprehensive resource to address your queries and provide valuable insights into your plumbing concerns. At Greer Water Works, we understand the importance of clarity and transparency when it comes to plumbing services. This FAQ section is curated to offer informative answers to common inquiries, helping you navigate through various plumbing issues with ease. Whether you’re seeking guidance on maintenance, emergency situations, or installation queries, our goal is to empower you with the knowledge needed to make informed decisions about your plumbing needs. Explore the frequently asked questions below to find detailed solutions and gain a deeper understanding of how Greer Water Works can assist you in maintaining a smoothly running plumbing system.

Urgent plumbing concerns include burst pipes, severe leaks, backed-up sewers, and complete loss of water. Contact us immediately for these emergencies.

Regular plumbing check-ups are recommended annually to prevent potential issues. However, older systems or high-traffic properties might benefit from bi-annual inspections.

Avoid dumping grease, coffee grounds, or non-flushable items down drains. Regularly use drain guards and consider professional drain cleaning to prevent clogs.

Regular maintenance enhances efficiency, prolongs the water heater’s lifespan, and reduces the risk of breakdowns.

Turn off the water heater and contact us immediately. Avoid attempting repairs without professional assistance to prevent hazards or further damage.

Our experts bring years of experience, specialized tools, and industry knowledge, ensuring accurate diagnoses and long-term solutions, saving you time and hassle.

Signs include sudden increases in water bills, damp or discolored patches on walls or ceilings, musty odors, or unexplained sounds of water running.

Low water pressure could result from mineral deposits, pipe corrosion, or leaks. Fixing it may involve cleaning fixtures, repairing pipes, or adjusting pressure regulators.

Turn off the water supply, if possible. Contact us immediately for prompt emergency plumbing service.

Repair or replace worn-out washers or seals to fix a dripping faucet and prevent water wastage.