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You Expect the Best, We Make it Happen. Get Pumped, Get Plumbed!
You Expect the Best, We Make it Happen. Get Pumped, Get Plumbed!

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Are your main lines or toilets clogged, or septic tanks full due to the flooding from Hurricane Irma? Our professionally trained technicians are working hard to help get YOU back up and running as quick as possible! Call us today at (772) 464-7323 for fast and reliable service.You Expect the Best, We Make it Happen. Get Pumped, Get Plumbed! #HurricaneIrmaRelief #FloridaPlumbing
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Toilet Trouble: Signs Your Toilet Needs Service

Your toilet is one of the most important parts of your home or commercial plumbing. When it breaks, your home comes to a halt. Recognizing problems can be very important in this situation. As toilets can have many different issues, being able to tell symptoms to your plumber can help them diagnose and repair it quickly. Keep an eye out for these common issues within your toilet and plumbing.
Common Toilet Problems
#1 Phantom Flush

Have you ever heard your toilet start to run when it is not even in use? This is called phantom flush. When a commode has phantom flush, it will continuously sound like it is filling the tank. In order to verify this is the problem, there is a simple test you can do. Once your tank has paused running, put a few drops of food coloring into the tank water. Wait and then check the bowl. If you begin to see colored water, you have a leak within your system causing the phantom flush.
#2 Weak Flushing

Weak flushing can be a big problem. There are several causes of weak flush within a toilet. The first thing to determine is the age of your commode. If it was made in the mid 90s, it may be an issue with the toilet design itself. Other causes range from the level of water within your tank to build up and clogs down the line. Having a video inspection completed can determine the cause of the weak flush of your toilet.
#3 Suction When You Flush

When you flush your toilet, do you hear suction in your sink and tub? This can be caused by a blocked vent, a clog or by a leak. If you hear gurgling, you should contact your plumber to take care of the issue present and restore your commode’s function. Waiting to have this issue repaired can lead to a messy situation.

KRK Enterprises, Inc provides green commercial and residential plumbing and pumping services in Palm City, Florida. Avoid the mess! You deserve the best. Give us a call today at 1-800-330-7686 for your toilet repair service!
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If you have a septic system, you know the importance of preventing septic system failure. Proper maintenance is important, but there is still that lingering anxiety that something could fail. Prevent catastrophic damage by watching for these signs of septic system trouble.

Soggy Lawn

Many homeowners may confuse a problem with their drain field as septic system failure. However, the two can develop different issues and must be resolved as quickly as possible by a professional. Whether the drain field was poorly constructed or failed due to age, if you see wastewater in your lawn, call for help right away.

Water Backup

A sure sign of a problem is water and waste backing up into your bathtub, sinks, and other drains. This can mean there is a blockage or problem with your leach field. This is not the time for DIY repair; call your local septic experts at KRK Enterprises for repair!

Foul Odors

A telltale sign of a sewer issue is the foul, rotten egg smell. If you notice this odor coming from your drains, or even outside your home (particularly after a heavy rain), have your system inspected as soon as possible. You might have a leak or issue with your drainfield.

Slow Drainage

Sinks, tubs, and toilets that are slow to drain often indicate a clog or issue somewhere in your drain line, especially if you experience this problem throughout the building. Contact a plumber right away to resolve the problem before it gets worse!

If you notice these signs of septic system trouble, don’t wait. When you need drain field services or septic tank repair in Florida, call 1-800-330-7686 for the pros at KRK Enterprises! We provide affordable and fast septic repair!

https://www.krkservices.com/signs-septic-system-trouble/
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Signs of a Leaking Pipe

A water leak from one of your pipes can wreak havoc on your home. However, when your pipes are behind walls and under floors, it isn’t always easy to locate a leak. To catch the problem before true disaster, watch for these signs of a leaking pipe.

Increase in Water Bill
One of the best ways to keep an eye out for a leak is to watch your water bill. Know what your average price is and, if you notice a sudden increase, inspect your home. Sometimes the culprit is simply a dripping faucet or running the sprinklers more often. However, if you cannot find a reason for the increase, check your water meter for constant ticking that may indicate an unseen leak.

Foundation Cracks
Over time, it is common to see some minor cracks in the slab in your garage or a thin crack in your ceiling drywall. This is due to settling, which is especially common in Florida. However, if you notice significant or sudden foundation cracks, you should have your home inspected for a possible leak.

Ceiling Stains
Another one of the most common signs of a leaking pipes is drywall damage. You might see stains on your ceiling or walls, and paint may run and wallpaper will bubble. In some cases, a water damaged ceiling may be due to a roof leak, so check any visible pipes and in your attic for the culprit.

It is important to keep an eye out for these signs of a leaking pipe to prevent unnecessary repairs and keep your home in good shape. Call KRK Enterprises today for leaky pipe repair in Fort Pierce, FL and Palm City, FL at 1-800-330-7686.

https://www.krkservices.com/signs-leaking-pipe/
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Keeping the drains clean in your home’s plumbing is key to preventing many common plumbing issues. But do you when to call for an expert to come out and take care of a drain problem? Here are a few things to keep in mind when one of the drains in your home is causing trouble.

Is it taking longer for water to drain out of your sink or tub? Slow drains are an indication of a clog forming in the pipeline and impeding water flow. You want to have clogs removed quickly to prevent the trouble it can cause. Clogs can cause water pressure to build up which can lead to leaks or a burst pipe. Having a professional come out and clean the pipeline, not only ensure that the clog is removed completely, but ensures that pipe is cleaned properly to prevent another clog from forming in the same spot.

It can take some time for enough debris to collect in order for a clog to form. If you notice any odd smells coming from the drain, that could be an indication of a clog slowly forming in the pipe. Having the pipeline cleared at the first sign of a problem will prevent possible damage and expensive repairs.

A clogged drain can lead to a number of problems and having regular maintenance done can help you prevent a toilet or sink from overflowing, pipes from leaking, and more. Preventative maintenance is a great way to keep the plumbing in your home running smoothly.

Looking for plumbing services in Fort Pierce, FL? KRK Enterprises, Inc. is available for quality plumbing maintenance and repair services. Give us a call today at 1-800-330-7686 to schedule maintenance or have repairs made to plumbing in your home.

https://www.krkservices.com/when-to-schedule-drain-cleaning-in-your-home/
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Have you ever gone to wash something in your kitchen sink and smelled a foul odor coming from the drain? There no need for fancy tools or chemicals. Here are a few ways to naturally deodorize your kitchen sink and keep your kitchen smelling fresh. If You…
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With winter holidays just a few months away and back-to-school season in full-swing, now is as good a time as ever for a money-saving plumbing check. Here are a few plumbing hacks to keep you from throwing your money down your drain. Fix that faucet leak…
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Just because you have a garbage disposal does not mean hat you can put any  type of garbage in there. Although they seem “indestructible”, here actually are certain things that can cause some major issues with your disposal. Here are a few items to keep…
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Does your water bill seem to be creeping up? Not to worry! The experts at KRK Enterprises are here to recommend some ways that you can save money in one of the most water wasting rooms in the home: your bathroom! Fix leaky parts: It may only seem like a…
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When you hire a plumber, you don’t normally expect much drama. It’s an easy process: You hire the professional, they do the job, and you pay them. But the plumbers we’re looking at today decided to play by their own rules. It didn’t pay off, though;…
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