A annual “CONNECTIONS” plumbing inspection for your home is a must, because nobody likes to wake up to a plumbing emergency.
Plumbing is often taken for granted and one of the most overlooked areas of home maintenance. Chances are that you never thought about having a Houston plumber out until it gets to that emergency status. So how do you prevent a flood, backed up drain, or no hot water?
Much like you should see the doctor every year; your plumbing system needs the same attention and care. The best way to prevent a plumbing disaster in Houston is to have a regular, thorough whole house plumbing inspection. Most people don’t realize that this service even exists. It does, and it can save you many headaches and a lot of money down the road.
When was the last time you were under your crawlspace to check and make sure that nothing was leaking? How about having your water heater flushed, as required by the manufacturer on an annual basis? Have you had the water pressure checked, ever? What about environmental issues? Would you like to make your home more energy and water efficient? Our technicians are accredited green plumbers and show you ways to conserve and save.
Plumbing inspections are also important if you are thinking about buying or selling your home. Our plumbers will not only inspect your plumbing and fixtures, they will also document their findings and present their recommendations along with an estimate that will allow you to decide what, if anything you would like to change, upgrade or repair. Our recommendations will be prioritized by immediate needs, maintenance issues and a wish list.
When was the last time you looked underneath your sinks, in your toilet tanks or your water heater connections? Materials and installation methods vary; a good plumber can spot a potential problem in a valve or assembly by the way it was installed, the type of part, and by manufacturer or design, as well as the age and condition of the valves and piping.
Do you have your water heater flushed as recommended by the manufacturer? What is the current static and running pressure of your potable water system? What should the static pressure be? What about environmental and health issues? Is your home energy and water efficient? Our plumbers are accredited green plumbers and can show you ways to conserve and save.
At “Connections” Plumbing, we inspect all your plumbing fixtures and systems and give you a detailed written report. If we find problems in the making, we’ll point them out and recommend the best course of action.