Save Money on Your Next Plumber’s Visit
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September 19, 2018
Plumbing can be a costly expense for your household, with visits often unplanned or in an emergency capacity, making them hard to account for in the household budget. Couple this with the fact that any faults in your home water systems are likely to be annoying or destabilising for your home life, and you and your family will want any issues resolved quickly to get you back to normal, while hopefully not spending a fortune.
With these issues with plumbing, it’s vitally important to practice responsible plumbing habits in the home to promote the active prevention of plumbing issues in the future, instead of letting your systems run down and then break, often costing more to fix than if they’d been maintained properly. An integral part of that responsible prevention regime is asking your plumber to perform a 21 point plumbing safety check on their next visit.
These safety checks are important. They are a chance for your plumber to get one last overview of your systems, including any that they may not have checked while completing the specific work you requested, in order to make sure nothing else is going amiss. It’s a really easy way to make sure that there are no other problems that need attention.
As a final note, make sure to ask your plumber if there are any high-risk areas of your home’s water systems that you yourself can be checking for warning signs at regular intervals. Plumbing maintenance is a team sport, and if you make sure to ask your plumber for a safety check, while you’re on the lookout for anything going wrong too, then you can get ahead of any major faults that might be brewing in the system before they fail.
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