Spring is coming and love is in the air. While you’re thinking about spring cleaning your home, don’t forget to give your plumbing system some TLC too. Every relationship needs attention and the same goes for your pipes. If you want your drains, pipes and sewer to keep running smoothly, then it’s a great time to do have plumbing maintenance done and to learn about this important utility in your home.
Add Plumbing Maintenance To Your List
Show your pipes you care by scheduling a maintenance visit with a plumbing company that will save you money on future repairs. Some of our most popular services include:
- Checking and clearing drains
- Testing your water pressure
- Inspecting pipes, toilets and faucets for leaks
- Searching for interior and exterior signs of leaks
Treat Your Pipes Right With These Good Habits
It can be tempting to pour oil down the sink or flush a cotton ball once in a while, but these items don’t belong in your pipes. Here’s a breakdown of what should always be disposed of properly and should never be put in your garbage disposal, sink or toilet:
- Feminine products
- Baby wipes
- Cotton balls
- Kitty litter
- Coffee grounds
- Starchy foods
- Grease and oil
- Grease and oil
- Motor oil
Keep Your Pipes Warm In The Cold Temperatures
Your pipes get cold too, so much so that they can freeze when the weather is cold. When the water in your pipes freezes and expands, it can cause your pipes to burst. This can lead to costly repairs for your plumbing system and the potential water damage this can cause. Keep your pipes toasty and working smoothly by wrapping them in insulation.
When you need a reliable plumber, contact us for fast and friendly service to take care of all your plumbing needs. Our experienced technicians take care of everything from emergency services to installations, so call us today.Mr. Rooter Plumbing of San Francisco has been assisting homeowners with their plumbing issues for decades, and our expertise is unmatched! To learn more, give us a call at (415) 906-2456 or fill out our form!