Kitchen Plumbing: How Well Is It Working?

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How well your plumbing is working affects how well your kitchen is working, so you want to make sure that it’s always running smoothly. If you’re a Maui homeowner, it’s a good idea to stay up on how your drains, kitchen pipes, and sink are working. Even if everything is working well, periodic checks and assessments can help prevent problems.

Assessing What You HaveWater Draining in Sink

The first thing that you want to check is your kitchen sink. Get your nose close to the drain and smell; unusual odors can sometimes signal potential problems. Get under the sink and check your pipe fittings, and check along the pipes for any worn spots or dents. This appliance usually gets a lot of use, and it can wear down over time. Do some simple maintenance checks, such as turning the water on full blast and seeing how smoothly it comes out of the tap, how well the water drains, and whether your sink or the pipes below make any strange noises. This kind of kitchen plumbing check can be very helpful.

Do You Need to Change or Upgrade?

When you do your periodic checks, you might want to ask yourself if it’s time to change anything or to upgrade. If you decide that your sink or your pipes may need to be replaced, looking into upgrading to something more technologically current. Perhaps you want your sink to have a built-in water filtration system, or you want to change to PVC pipes instead of metal. If you’re happy with the way things are working, that’s fine, but if you suspect that wear and tear might soon be causing problems, you might want to deal with the issue now before it becomes an emergency. Talk it over with a plumber that you trust, you may get some good ideas.

What Works Best for You

When it comes to your kitchen fixtures and pipes, you want to make sure that whatever you have or upgrade to is going to work best for your home. It can be easy to go on impulse, but try to take the time to decide what fits with your needs. Once again, talking it over with a Maui plumbing professional that you trust, even scheduling an inspection and consultation, is a good idea. You use your kitchen a lot, so you want to make sure that the plumbing is always in good shape.

So if you are looking for a professional plumber in Maui, then please call us at 808-210-4676 or complete our online request form.

What Our Clients Say

Matt was very professional and considerate as we are in a COVID world. May not necessarily be the cheapest but you are paying for the quality, peace of mind, and quick response time to my urgent matter. I will definitely call them again for my next plumbing issue.

-Elias S.

If you have any plumbing needs this is the company to use. They said they would be there at 9:30 and by gosh, they showed up at 9:28 that not a normal thing when it comes to plumbing. Both of them were not they answered all my questions without hesitation and got the job done within 45 minutes even though they said it would take an hour and a half.

-Bob J.

Brayden and Maka worked on a major repair at our home over a time period of four days. We have high praise for both of them, their professionalism, courtesy, friendliness, and reliability. Steve’s Plumbing is lucky to have these two fine employees.


Shon Bolo was very courteous. He was very informative about how Plumbing is just as important as the engine of a car. He was very respectful. Even though I wasn’t able to get everything done as expected. Shon was able to install my laundry tub to get my washer ready to drain and connected. Definitely would recommend shon bolo to friends and neighbors. Thank you very much for the wonderful job. Great service Shon!!

-Rowena H.

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