Monday, August 31, 2020

Water Leaks…The Bane of a Homeowner’s Existence.

Water leaks should never be ignored! A small leak can quickly turn into a much bigger issue, which could lead to mold growth and high-cost repairs. Here is one potential problem… when a leak is small or located behind drywall it can be hard to spot. There are some common signs that may indicate a water line issue in your home.

Here are some of them – 

  1. Your water bills keep rising.
  2. Have you noticed a decrease in water pressure recently?
  3. Are their gurgling noises coming from your fixtures?
  4. There is an unpleasant odor of “dirty water.”
  5. You notice some unexpected wet spots.

Don’t let a water leak in your Western Suburban Chicagoland home escalate. Call Bee Plumbing right away. Scott and his crew are real professionals at troubleshooting water leaks in the Fox Valley. They will diagnose the problem, then repair or replace it right away. To call the right number in your Chicago Suburb just go to the web and search

Monday, August 17, 2020

The Great Crack-Up.

The old saying “out of sight, out of mind” is not very good advice when it comes to your household plumbing! Let’s face it, hidden leaks not only have the potential to run up your water bill and cause significant property damage, but they can also lead to dangerous health problems when left unrepaired.

Here are some “above ground” visual signs that you have a cracked sewer line –

  1. That lovely, pungent odor of sewer gas
  2. Your drains have slowed to a crawl
  3. There is an area on your lawn that is unusually lush
  4. More insects and rodents than you have ever seen on your property
  5. Cracks and breaks in the slab and wall

This, and other signs can add up to disaster! If you live in the Fox Valley on the western edge of Chicagoland you can always count on Scott to troubleshoot the problem. That is Scott Swanson the owner of Bee Plumbing. Go to the internet and pull up Just call the phone number listed in your area.

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Have You Got the Tools?

That could be a question that a prospective employer asks an anxious applicant for a job. In this case it literally means what it says! In many routine DIY drain cleaning applications the tools you choose to use will entirely determine your success…or lack of it. Even beyond having these tools, how you use them could directly factor into the effectiveness of your at-home cleaning.

Do you have –

  1. Basin and pipe wrenches
  2. Pipe cutters
  3. Hacksaws
  4. Pliers
  5. Metal files
  6. Tubing cutters

I will tell you who does in this area around the Far West Suburbs of Chicagoland. It is Bee Plumbing. You know what else they have? It is knowledge and experience to do the job of drain cleaning. If the drains in your home are clogged, you simply go the web and search Chances are you will find the phone number that corresponds to your area to get your home’s drains running freely again.