Avoid Costly Repairs & Spooky Inconveniences this Halloween in the Metro Atlanta Area It’s the spookiest time of the year and you don’t even have to be in a haunted house to be scared silly! Right around Halloween and the months of fall, your home plumbing system can do some very creepy things… At Fulton Plumbing, we wanted to take a couple minutes to share with you some tips and suggestions so you can keep your plumbing system safe and healthy all season long! A lot of scary hazards can occur in your home so make sure that you are prepared to avoid clogged drainsandclogged garbage disposals, leaky toilets, leaky pipes, frozen and cracked pipes, howling and clamoring pipes, phantom toilet flushing… and more! Let our plumbing contractors at Fulton Plumbing take the scare out of your plumbing system today! *Click Here to Check Out Our Client Testimonials* Ghosts, Goblins and Ghouls… or Just Some Loud Pipes! Banging pipes in your home can make you think you’re not alone! If you’re home sounds more like a haunted house than the quiet, relaxing place you once knew it to be, call us! Loud pipes are a big annoyance in the home and clamoring, howling and whistling pipes can cause you some sleepless nights. At Fulton Plumbing, we can perform pipe repairs or determine what type of problem you are dealing with to restore a little peace – and peace of mind – in your home today! Check out our Pipe Installation and Relining Services today. Phantom Flushing: Are you afraid you have ghosts and ghouls using your bathroom?...
It’s summer, and this is the most common time for home buyers to search the Atlanta real estate market. Unfortunately, many people aren’t aware of problems that may exist in a home that are not found by inspectors, especially plumbing leaks and poor plumbing systems. Before buying a home filled with plumbing repair needs, be sure to check out the various plumbing fixtures so you know what you’re getting yourself into. In the bathroom, be sure to inspect the floor; look around the base of the toilet for water damage, and test to make sure there are no soft spots in the floor. These are signs of water leaks, typically existing. If you find black and white stains or rolled vinyl flooring, these are also clues that water leaks may have previously plagued the area or are currently a problem. Also be sure to press tiles on the wall to check for leaks and loose tiling. Before you move on, flush the toilet and make sure it works properly, not draining too slowly or causing water to leak. To check for adequate piping and water pressure, turn on a bathtub faucet and the kitchen sink faucet. If the pressure is significantly reduced with both running, the piping may have a large amount of calcium and mineral deposits and need to be replaced. While you are in the kitchen, make sure the connections to the dishwasher and garbage disposal are tight and show no signs of leaks. Also, check within the cabinetry to assure there is no water damage, including stains, rotted corkboard, or sagging bottoms. Be sure to check...
Fulton is absolutely good. Their guys are very experienced and professional.
Susan J., Norcross GA
Fulton is a find. They got our air conditioner working in a hurry.
Bob Z., Atlanta GA
They are wonderful. We have used them for the last 11 years.
Walter A., Duluth GA
They have always done a top-notch job. I’d use them and recommend them without question.
Jim F., Woodstock GA
I’m a bit late with this review, but I wanted to once again express my thanks to you and Fulton for another job “well done” on my home. John and Stephen replaced our water line which fed from the county tap to our home. Here’s a short story I penned to describe the repair process, a bit tongue in cheek, and there might be a tiny amount of exaggeration…..
A Tale of Plumbing By-Pass Surgery
Part One- The Decision
It starts with a diagnosis from John Bauer… “Look son, the main … Read more