If you think you have a leak but you’re not sure where it could be, here’s a simple way you can check. Look at your water meter, view and make a note of the level. Make sure nobody is using any water in your house for one to two hours. Then go back and check the level. If the level has changed, then you likely have a leak. Definitely call Patrick's Heating & Air Conditioning so we can take care of that problem for you!
What Do I Do If My Toilet Overflows?
If you continue to have the issue of an overflowing toilet, then the reason maybe you may have a leak or deterioration in your tank’s fill valve. In any instance, call us at (352) 329-3740 and let us solve the problem!
Remember, if you still do not see the answer to your questions, please feel free to give us a call at (352) 329-3740.
Is There Anything That Can’t Be Put In My Garbage Disposal?
Yes. Ensuring your garbage disposal is working correctly is important. In order to receive the optimal life of your garbage disposal, these objects should not be put through your garbage disposal:
- Potato skins
- Bone fragments and eggshells
- Banana peels
- Fats / grease
- Unpopped popcorn kernels
- Onion skins
- Fruit pits and seeds
- Stringy vegetables like asparagus and celery
How Can I Check if I Do Have a Leak?
How Can I Prevent Leaky Pipes in My House?
If you have this problem, you can do several things. One thing you could do is check the water pressure. The ‘safe zone’ is 30-50 psi for the water pressure. If the water pressure is beyond 60 psi for an extended period of time, the pressure may become a problem. If leaky pipes is the case for you, give our trusted techs at Patrick's Heating & Air Conditioning a call at (352) 329-3740. We’ll be happy to assist.
Here are some frequently asked questions regarding plumbing. If you still have questions after reading this list, please don’t hesitate to contact us at (352) 329-3740. We’ll be happy to help you with all questions you might have.