When it comes to plumbing, most homeowners follow the “out of sight, out of mind” philosophy. Unfortunately, not all plumbing problems cause observable problems in your home (i.e. clogged toilets, cold showers, and leaking ceilings).
Even if you’re not currently experiencing a plumbing issue, it might be time for a whole home inspection.
Schedule a Plumbing Inspection Today
When you schedule a plumbing inspection, you:
Prolong your plumbing’s lifespan.
If you’ve ever purchased a water heater, you were probably also given the unit’s lifespan. However, that lifespan is dependent on regular maintenance. If you avoid regular tune-ups and maintenance, many plumbing fixtures in your home won’t last more than a few years. Once your unit starts to fail due to lack of maintenance, you’ll likely need to purchase a new one.
Prevent small problems from becoming bigger ones.
Most of the common plumbing problems we see don’t happen overnight. Typically, clogs build for months before they become a major issue or water heaters have been failing for weeks before they finally give out completely. By scheduling an inspection, you can catch problems before they start affecting your day-to-day life.
Save yourself time and money.
It’s almost always less expensive to address a small problem rather than a big one. Once an issue has started to cause noticeable problems in your home, you may need to schedule large-scale repairs or replacements. But with routine maintenance, we can find small problems and address them quickly and at a lower cost.
Mr. Rooter Plumbing has a team of experienced technicians trained to solve all your plumbing issues! Call (415) 906-2456 to get your plumbing fixed today.