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Do you have any problems such as clogging repair, drain odor, or any other problems in your kitchen?
The faucet in the kitchen is leaking, the water pipes are clogged, and water is not flowing or coming out. Should I call for a repair or can I fix it by myself?
Even replacing a faucet can be difficult if you try to do it yourself. If the plumbing and gaskets do not match, it can cause further leaks. First, assess the problem and call us for a free consultation and estimate.
Price list for repairing kitchen / kitchen / sink leaks
Customers who inquire through the web
We will respond to your inquiry at the campaign price!
All prices include tax.
|Type of Repair||Web Only Rates||regular fee|
|Leaking faucet||4,000 yen~||5,000 yen~|
|Broken faucet.||4,000 yen~||5,000 yen~|
|kitchen drain clogged||4,000 yen~||5,000 yen~|
|Water leak under kitchen sink||4,000 yen~||5,000 yen~|
|Strange odor or bad smell||4,000 yen~||5,000 yen~|
|Installing and removing the dishwasher||7,000 yen~||12,000 yen~|
|We also accept other services such as sink plumbing repair and pipe repair! Please feel free to contact us first.|
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Aftercare after repair
Other kitchen/kitchen/sink problems can be resolved quickly with same-day service.
Repairing kitchen and kitchen leaks can be a disaster if done with the wrong knowledge!
Increased secondary disasters such as plumbing problems
At first glance, a leak in the kitchen may seem to be cured by tightening the plumbing nuts under the faucet or sink, but that is an unexpected pitfall.
Tightening them too hard may conversely cause water to stop flowing or put too much pressure on the pipes, which may lead to bursting of the water pipes.
Kitchens and sinks are in a hurry when water stops coming out or flowing, but first calm down and assess the situation.
If you need to replace a faucet, there are some things you can buy at a home improvement store and do yourself, but before you do that, ask an expert. Nowadays, you can often get free consultations and estimates via telephone support, so make sure you take care of the problem properly.
In particular, many sink pipes are curved, so it is often difficult to find the cause of a clog. Bad odors and other problems are often caused by this as well, so it is important to be very careful when dealing with leaks and clogs.
Kitchen / kitchen / sink problems and solutions
Four Causes of Kitchen Clogging
Oil-Detergent debris-Food scraps-Water stains and other deterioration.The main cause of kitchen clogging is the accumulation of oil and small debris from food and dishwashing. These and other substances, mainly detergent scum, also go down the drain, causing more dirt to accumulate. Accumulated oil, in particular, is very sticky and will often stick to drains and clog them. This stickiness is then combined with other debris to form a mass of dirt in the pipes.If the pipes are not cleaned for a long period of time, this accumulated dirt hardens and eventually fills the pipes, making it difficult for water to flow. This is the cause of kitchen clogs.
Four ways to get rid of a clog
Pipe Unish and other cleaning agents.
If that doesn’t work, rubber cups (spoons) are available. Clean the trap under the sink with a toothbrush. Baking soda and vinegar.Many people are unable to call a contractor due to time or work commitments. If you want to solve the problem quickly, try using a commercially available liquid detergent such as Pipe Unish.If the problem is caused by a small amount of grease, this should be enough to solve the problem, but just to be safe, try pouring the detergent into the pipe while running slightly hot water together with the liquid detergent. By slowly allowing the detergent to penetrate into the pipe, it will dissolve the grease more easily.
If that doesn’t work, then try the rubber cup. Yes, that rubberized cleaning tool.A rubber cup is used to break up the dirt in the drainpipe that has been easily broken up by pouring detergent and hot water down the drainpipe, and then apply pressure to break it up at once.
Apply pressure as slowly as possible when you use the rubber cup. If you apply pressure too hard, you may damage the drainpipe and cause leakage, and you may need to repair the drainpipe because of this.If this does not work, look at the drain pipe under the kitchen sink.
This is most likely, the pipe is held in place by a screw, so it should be designed to be removed by loosening it. Before removing it, please stop the flow of water with a faucet and remove all water from the kitchen. Also, some water will leak out, so place a towel or something around it to absorb the leakage.
Once removed, use a toothbrush to scrape off the dirt inside.
The next step is to use baking soda and vinegar to clean. When a small amount of vinegar is added to the baking soda, bubbles will form, which will remove the stains. Do not forget to run warm water together.
After that, a light scrubbing with a spoon or toothbrush, etc., will probably solve most of the kitchen sink’s clogging problems.
Cautions for Do-It-Yourself Repair
If you’re trying to fix a kitchen clog yourself, here’s what you need to watch out for:Smell and stench, Damage to sinks and plumbing, Water leakage due to failure, etc.
Since the clogged area is repaired, the smell of accumulated dirt can be quite strong. Also, too much pressure or too hot water can cause deformation of the sink and damage to the pipes, which can lead to leaks. This can lead to unnecessary repairs and costs.
To avoid this, be very careful when doing repairs yourself. If you are not confident, or even if you have tried a little and it did not work, we recommend that you do not take any chances and consult a contractor!
Causes and solutions for other problems and malfunctions
(1) Causes and solutions for kitchen leaks
Leaks in the kitchen occur mainly from the drain hose under the sink or vanity. In such cases, the drainage hose must be replaced, but be sure to use the correct size at this time. If the size is not correct, the water flow will not be secured properly, and you may end up having to replace the plumbing pipe.
In addition, leaks from faucets and taps may be caused mainly by loose nuts or deteriorated internal watertight seals. The solution in this case is also to replace them, but again, be very careful about the size and shape.
Especially in the case of a mixer faucet or shower type, the structure is more complicated, so if you want to fix it yourself, it is best to bring the parts as they were before replacement to the store and ask the store staff.
(2) Causes of sink sink stains and how to eliminate them
Speaking of the sink, it should be noted that the sink is notoriously dirty.
In addition to soap scum from washing dishes and grease from foodstuffs, white-colored water stains are the worst enemy of cleaning.
They are not only a cleaning problem, but they can easily become the cause of the clogs mentioned earlier, and they can also be the source of that unpleasant or strange odor.
A dirty sink is a problem.
The main solution is to dilute a commercially available detergent for water stains with lukewarm water and slowly rinse it off with a soft sponge. The key is to avoid damaging the sink as much as possible.
If the sink does not drain well, it may cause clogged drains and emit odors. Preventive measures include wiping off the sink after use and running slightly hotter than lukewarm water for 30 seconds.
(3) Other kitchen-related problems
Other kitchen-related problems include the failure of dishwashers and water purifiers, replacement of parts and components such as nozzles, and water leakage and clogging related to them.
While some DIY work can be done to replace a faucet or pipe, when it comes to dishwashers, the plumbing is more complicated, so it is not a simple task. There is a risk that it may lead to a breakdown.
First, try a free consultation by phone or a free estimate before fixing it yourself. Kitchens are used in a variety of ways in different households, which is why various problems can occur.
Please make sure to maintain and repair your kitchen properly because it is a place where water is used on a daily basis.
Do you think it’s malfunctioning? If you think so, please feel free to call us for a free estimate! We are always happy to discuss any other kitchen and kitchen-related concerns you may have.
First aid until workers arrive for a plumbing problem Water leakage/clogging
First aid for water leakage (toilet, kitchen, bath, sink, faucet/tap, drain)
How to close the main valve for the entire house
In the case of a leak in the toilet, kitchen, bath, sink, etc., first calm down and turn off the water. You can shut off the water by turning off the "water shutoff valve" at the point where the leak is occurring.
If you do not see a water shutoff valve, or if shutting off the water supply to your entire home is not a problem, please turn off the main water valve.
The main water valve is located on the ground inside the house in the case of a detached house. For condominiums and apartment buildings, it is located in the pipe shaft next to the front door.
Toilet stopcocks are located on either side of the toilet bowl.
There are two types: a type that can be turned with a flat-blade screwdriver and a handle type that can be turned by hand.
Turning it clockwise (clockwise) stops the water supply.
*If your house is equipped with a bidet, be careful not to mistake the valve for the bidet valve.
If you do not see a water shutoff valve, turn off the main water valve for the entire house.
The kitchen and washbasin faucets are located below.
Open the door under the kitchen sink and under the washbasin to check. There is a water supply pipe (water) and a hot water pipe (hot water). Turn the water stopcock clockwise to stop the water supply. There are two types: one that can be turned with a flat-blade screwdriver and the other with a handle that can be turned by hand.
If you cannot find a water shutoff valve, turn off the main water valve for the entire house.
The stopcock for the bathroom faucet is located on the leg.
There are two main types of bathroom faucets: wall-mounted and pedestal-mounted.
If the faucet comes out of the wall, turn the "water" or "hot water" stopcock clockwise (clockwise) on the leg or on the back of the faucet to shut off the water supply.
If you do not see a water shut-off valve, turn off the main water valve for the entire house.
First aid for clogs (toilets, kitchens, baths, sinks, drains/drainpipes)
In case of clogged drains in toilets, kitchens, baths, sinks, etc., please wait as it is.
Our staff will rush to the site immediately.
Flushing or touching the drain may cause the clog to go deeper into the drain pipe and make the situation worse.
Check fire insurance, homeowners insurance, and personal liability insurance
If you have fire insurance, home contents insurance, or personal liability insurance, you may be compensated for repair costs incurred due to water leakage.
Basically, the insurance does not cover the cost of repairing water leakage, but it may cover the cost of repairing your home (wallpaper, floor, furniture) caused by water leakage damage, as well as compensation for damages to the downstairs of your apartment, depending on the contents of your policy (contents and conditions attached).
First, check your insurance policy. If you do not have the insurance policy on hand, contact the management company or insurance company.
Steps to solve water problems
Steps from inquiry to troubleshooting/work
(1) Contact us
Please feel free to call us first. Our reception staff will be happy to discuss your needs with you. We can also provide you with a quote over the phone. You can also call us from your cell phone or PHS.
(2) Our staff will visit the site.
Our clean staff will visit the site and first assess the situation of the trouble.
(3) We will provide an estimate prior to the work.
We will explain the situation of the trouble in detail. Please confirm the contents of the estimate with a clear explanation of the work to be done and the price.
(4) Start the work.
Once you agree on the work to be done and the price, we will begin the work.
(5) work completed
After the work is completed, we will report the details of the work. Payment will be made upon confirmation. Payment by credit card is also accepted.
If you have a "clogged or leaking" water or drainage problem
We will be happy to help you.
- Clogged toilet (Japanese or Western style)
- Toilet overflows or does not flow properly when flushing
- Foreign object dropped or flushed down the toilet
- Water leaking from the toilet tank
- Toilet tank does not hold water, water does not come out
- Water does not stop flowing or keeps trickling down the toilet.
- Water leakage from the gap between the toilet bowl and the floor
- Water leaks from the hand washing pipe of the toilet
- Water leaks from the water supply pipe of the toilet
- Water leak from toilet faucet
- Water leak from the lever handle
- Wobbly or broken lever handle
- Water leakage or malfunction from the bidet
- Replacement or installation of bidet
- Damaged or cracked toilet bowl or tank
- Strange noise in the toilet tank, gurgling sound when flushing
- Clogged urinal, removal of urinary calculus
- Replacement of toilet bowl and tank (removal and disposal)
- Water leaking from kitchen faucet/tap, leaking porta-potties
- Water leaks from kitchen floor or under sink
- Water leaking from kitchen drainpipe/drain trap
- Leaking water pipes in kitchen
- Leaking kitchen bellows hose
- Kitchen faucet/tap replacement, single lever installation
- Kitchen faucet/faucet gasket replacement, parts replacement
- Kitchen drain pipe replacement
- Kitchen water supply pipe replacement
- Clogged kitchen drain
- Sink water not flowing/water accumulation
- Kitchen drain cleaning
- No hot water from kitchen faucet/tap
- Water purifier leaking
- Clogged bath drain, difficult for water to flow
- There is a gurgling sound coming from the bath drain
- Bathtub drain overflows or backflows
- Hot water in the bathtub does not flow
- Foreign objects dropped or poured down the bathroom drain
- Water leaks or drips from the bath faucet/water spigot
- Water leaks from the connection of the bath faucet/tap
- Bathtub faucet/tap does not tighten
- Water leaks from shower head/hose
- Water leaks from bathroom walls, under floor, ventilation fan
- Water leaks from bathtub, bathtub water runs low
- Bath faucet/tap replacement, single lever installation
- Replace bath faucet/faucet gaskets, replace parts
- Replace shower head/hose
- No hot water from bath faucet/tap
- Clogged washbasin, bad drain flow
- Object dropped or poured down the washbasin drain
- There is a gurgling sound coming from the washbasin drain
- Washbasin drain cleaning
- Water leaking or dripping from the washbasin faucet/tap
- No water or hot water from the washbasin faucet
- Broken handle lever on washbasin faucet/faucet
- Water leakage from washbasin drainpipe/trap
- Water leak from washbasin water supply pipe
- Water leak from the washbasin tank
- Water leakage from the floor under the washbasin
- Replacing the washbasin faucet/tap
- Replace faucet/faucet gaskets or parts
- Replace shower head/hose on washbasin
- Laundry faucet leaking
- Clogged laundry drain
Water heater problems
- Water leaks from water heater connections
- Water leaks from inside the water heater
- Water heater not producing hot water, malfunction
- Water heater replacement
- Clogged outdoor drainage
- Water leakage from sprinkler taps and standing taps
- Water pipe leaks and leakage investigations
Beware of malicious vendors!
Some plumbing repair companies charge for work that is not necessary, or solicit sales of expensive products that have nothing to do with plumbing repair.
Be wary of contractors with advertisements and flyers offering extremely low prices. If you feel distrustful, please think calmly and respond to the situation.