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First, the bad news. Plumbing problems are never going away. As smart and advanced as we have become in handling them, they will always persist for as long as unpredictable issues are possible.
From leaky faucets to clogged drains, we have to accept that our homes will have problems no matter how much we prepare for them. What is perhaps even more frustrating is that, increasingly, we see that the supposedly tried and true methods of dealing with them are insufficient. Cleaning out a trap for your kitchen sink may temporarily solve the issue, but it doesn’t guarantee that it won’t happen again.
Now for the good news. Every day, advancements are being made in efficiency and thoroughness. The goal for plumbers is to not just slap a temporary fix on a problem, but to try and solve it once and for all. While this may not always be possible, we at Morningside feel that we have to try.
To maximize our impact, we aim to excel in three major areas, and believe our industry should follow suit.
This is a no-brainer. As technology advances and enables consumers to reach brands 24 / 7, people expect companies to be available at all times, either online or in person.
This is especially true for plumbers. Anyone who’s ever had an unexpected flood in his home at, say, 8 o’ clock at night will tell you that his needs don’t always correspond to normal business hours. He wants to reach someone right then and there, whether he lives in the Santa Monica Mountains or in downtown. And that “someone” needs to be a pro.
For the best emergency plumber Los Angeles has to offer, call Morningside Plumbers. Not only do we understand the importance of availability, we’re equipped to handle your crisis, whatever it may be. We believe that these are crucial concepts for any plumber, and that those who ignore them will fail.
Plumbing may not be the first industry that comes to mind when you hear the word “revolutionary”, but we are in fact adopting some new and efficient methodologies. Hydro-jetting, for example, is growing in popularity. A simple and powerful way to clean your pipes, it relies on high-pressure blasts of water.
Contrast it to more traditional methods of cleaning lines and drains. Previously, a plumber may have had to spend a lot of time deconstructing pipes and cleaning them out bit by bit. The process was cumbersome and costly. However, with hydro-jetting, we can achieve the same – and sometimes better – results more efficiently.
Advanced leak detection
There’s nothing necessarily wrong with some of the old-school plumbing techniques, but if there’s a way to improve upon them, why shouldn’t we?
Many years ago, the popular method of leak detection was done through a “listening stick”, in which a plumber would essentially use a stick to listen to main lines and hydrants, to discover the source of escaping water.
These days we have more advanced techniques. Often we can locate with a high degree of accuracy the location of a water leak.
It’s just one of many ways in which Morningside has embraced the future of plumbing.