The Most Common Problems with Plumbing San Diego Residents Face

If you suffer from any of the following issues, you should consider calling a plumber.

1.    Leaky Faucets

That insistent drip of a leaky faucet doesn’t seem like a big issue. And if it were just a few drips, it wouldn’t be. But multiply those drips over years, and the cost of your water bill really adds up. Couple that constant flow of water with leaky pipes and you have a serious problem. You might be contributing to water damage problem somewhere deep in your house. The cost of fixing a leaky faucet is miniscule compared to the long-term water bill or the potential damage to your house.

2.    Clogged Drains

Most clogs are close to the surface, where they are easily removed. Deeper clogs can be more problematic, and have the potential to wreak greater damage on other areas of your home. If you have a recurrent clog, you should certainly look closer at the deeper parts of the plumbing system.

3.    Kitchen Sink Plumbing

There’s no denying that the kitchen sink sees some of the greatest traffic of any of your plumbing. It’s also one of the most frequently repaired parts of the plumbing.

4.     Low Water Pressure

When you have low water pressure, it is immediately obvious. What isn’t so obvious is the source of the problem. While identifying low water pressure is easy, it usually takes a professional plumber to solve the problem. It might be somewhere within your home, or between your home and the municipal water supply. Low water pressure is usually a sign of another problem, like a clogged pipe somewhere along the way.


When something goes wrong with plumbing, San Diego residents know to turn to ACE Contractors, who have the expertise and resources to quickly solve those problems. Don’t wait for any of these issues to become catastrophic. Call ACE to take a proactive stance on your plumbing today.

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