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August 13, 2019

Nashville, TN – Common Plumbing Terms From A Local Top Rated Plumber

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When you call for help, in order to achieve the best case scenario for your problem, you need to be able to get the help you need clearly. The best way to do this is to be able to communicate with the plumber effectively. We explain the terms below to help you better understand what things they might be looking for that your plumbing is falling short of:

The “Main”

The “main” is the utmost channel that all of the pipes are connected to. It brings all of the pipes back from the drain and supply system.

The “O-Ring”

This terms refers to a literal ring made of rubber for sealing the gaskets that lead out from sink drains and other plumbing fixtures to create a seal.

The “Flow Control Valve”

A valve that restricts the flow of water to your plumbing fixture, increasing water preservation efficiency and reducing the overall cost of your water bill.

The “Shut-off Valve”

There are multiple valves under toilets and sinks that, when turned off, restrict the flow of water to them to make repairs easier and prevent any messy mishaps including leaking.

Call Jack Ward & Sons today at (615) 227-2811 for help with your plumbing needs, such as corroded or destroyed pipes. 


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