Whether it’s for a regular inspection or because you keep spotting issues, plumbers have a routine amount of maintenance checks for any occasion. If you’re curious to know precisely what your plumber will look for during the inspection, we’ve got you covered. Here are the two basics that go into a routine or emergency plumbing check.
During a routine inspection, plumbers will check anywhere that there’s running water in your house. This includes sinks, toilets, pipes, lines, and tubes, ensuring no secret leaks or issues around and that everything is up-to-date. During the winter months, a plumber can also help to install anti-freeze protection both inside and outside.
Checking Where The Problem Lies
In cases where you’re having specific issues, and it’s not just a regular maintenance check, the inspection also becomes a race against your plumbing emergency. If you have a leak, plumbers will check surrounding areas for signs of apparent issues. If nothing is outright in the open, they will have to dive deep into pipes and lines to find the source. Other problems, including a toilet continually running, or low water flow will also be taken care of right at the start. They’ll check the toilet sink and the faucet line. Long story short, plumbers take pride in getting to the nitty-gritty of it all and won’t waste any time finding the source of all your concern.
So know that when you do call up a professional, they look both in common areas and in spots where you might not be able to see that there’s something wrong. And that’s where we come in!
Contact FPL Home Services to discuss your plumbing.
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