Taking preventative measures can save a lot of money in repair costs, especially in regards to plumbing.
It's easy to forget about the plumbing system in our homes or offices unless a problem arises. However, minor plumbing issues can turn into larger, more expensive issues if not addressed and repaired properly. It is essential to have your plumbing systems routinely inspected by a trained, certified plumber to avoid costly property repairs in the future.
Small leaks can lead to big problems.
A leaking toilet can easily waste gallons of water every day. Imagine if that leak went unnoticed for months. Seemingly small leaks can lead to water damage in your walls, floors, and a very pricey water bill.
One drip per second is the equivalent to about 17 gallons of water on a daily basis. Over the course of one year, that's more than 6,000 gallons of wasted water. Sometimes a leaking faucet can indicate a bigger, underlying issue.
Your water heater should be inspected on a yearly basis to ensure safe, proper function and improve the lifespan of your equipment. Water heaters can easily build up rust, scale, or dirt on the pilot light or main burner. This can cause a dangerous carbon buildup, which releases deadly carbon monoxide into your home.