Benefits of a Whole-House Plumbing Inspection

Plumbing problems can be annoying and frustrating. When they are unaddressed, they could become issues that can cost you money. Plumbing emergencies can rattle even experienced homeowners. Depending on the nature and extent of your problem, you could end up paying hundreds (or even thousands) of dollars to have your plumbing issue fixed.

Why wait for plumbing disasters to occur when you could prevent them with regular whole-house plumbing inspections? Regular inspection is the key to preventing costly and inconvenient plumbing repairs in the future.

There are many benefits to having a whole-house plumbing inspection. A plumbing inspection can reveal problems with your plumbing system. Once your plumber gets to the root cause of the problem, they can develop an effective, sustainable solution.

Plumbers are detail-oriented professionals. An experienced plumber can diagnose problems that the average homeowner may miss. Regular plumbing inspections gives your plumber opportunities to look for and fix issues such as leaks, failing pipes, backed-up sewers, and drains.

Plumbing issues will not only cause sleepless nights, but could also jeopardize your wellbeing. Plumbing leaks can lead to hazardous mold and mildew growth. Unaddressed leaks could compromise your home’s structural integrity.

Professional plumbers in Santa Rosa know everything there is to know about plumbing. Your plumber will look for, and fix, leaks during whole-house plumbing inspection to prevent them from snowballing into significant concerns.

Plumbing issues are best left to experts as many plumbing repair jobs involve hazards. If you have a serious problem, taking the DIY route could prove to be a disastrous mistake. One wrong move and you could end up with an expensive repair or worse.

Professional plumbers are well aware of plumbing hazards. Your plumber will use safety equipment such as gloves, hats, coveralls, and respirators to avoid safety issues. A trained plumber will plan everything and right down to the last detail to ensure no surprises.

During a whole-housing plumbing inspection, your plumber will do the following.

➢ Check all above-ground exposed plumbing such as shut-off valves and traps

➢ Inspect toilets, showers, taps, and sinks to make sure they’re working properly

➢ Check the water pressure and pipe connections

➢ Check different parts of your plumbing system for signs of corrosion

➢ Look for signs of hidden leaks

➢ Inspect your water heater for signs of damage and sediment build-up

➢ Examine supply lines, drains, and fixtures for water flow problems

➢ Check washing machine hoses for loose connections, leaks, and splits

➢ Check water filtration systems

Holman Plumbing is a top-rated plumbing contractor in Santa Rosa. We are committed to helping homeowners avoid plumbing nightmares and fix them when they do occur. Whatever the magnitude of your plumbing problem, we will have a solution. To schedule a plumbing inspection, call (707) 495-5002.

 

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