Why Are Whole-House Plumbing Inspections Important?
Regular plumbing inspections offer these benefits:
1. Improved Water Flow and Pressure
Good water flow and pressure in your system can prevent pipe damage. Sufficient pressure allows water to flow smoothly and prevents damage while maintaining the right volume of water.
2. Water and Indoor Air Quality
When plumbers inspect and clean water filtration systems, water flowing out of faucets and showers remains safe and free from any contaminants. Home plumbing inspections also address leaks and other plumbing issues that can cause mold spores and foul odors, helping your indoor air quality.
3. Prolonged Lifespan of Fixtures
Poorly maintained fixtures will suffer from premature deterioration. When properly maintained, they should remain in peak condition throughout their life expectancies. With regular inspections from experienced plumbers, they may even last beyond their expected lifespan.
4. Reduced Risks of Plumbing Emergencies
Plumbing emergencies happen when you least expect them. Since they endanger your property and health, preventing them should be a priority. With routine plumbing inspections comes a lower likelihood of sewage backups, flooding, shut-off valve failures, and burst pipes.
5. Reduced Water Bills and Increased System Efficiency
When plumbers regularly visit your property for plumbing inspections, there is a good chance you’ll save money in the long run. Inspections can prevent leaky faucets, damaged pipes, and running toilets, making your plumbing system more efficient. This can also prevent the wastage of water and power and result in lower monthly power and water bills.
6. Reduced Risks of Costly Repairs
Plumbing systems, like the human body’s organ systems, are connected. When one part gets damaged, the others get affected and lead to more complications. Through regular plumbing inspections, you can prevent major damage to your plumbing systems and reduce the risk of costly and unnecessary repairs.
Putting off routine home plumbing inspections can lead to these risks:
1. Structural Damage
Water leaks and excess moisture brought about by poorly maintained plumbing fixtures can infiltrate the structures of your house, including beams, columns, slabs, foundations, and load-bearing walls. Steel reinforcements expand and corrode with water and moisture. Concrete weakens and cracks, leaving your property at risk of collapse.
2. Health Hazards
Poorly-maintained plumbing poses a variety of health hazards. Houses that don’t undergo regular inspection become more prone to flooding and sewage backups that bring bacteria, germs, and viruses that cause diseases such as:
- Hepatitis A
- Dengue Fever
- Typhoid Fever
- Paratyphoid Fever
When you hire a professional plumbing company to do a home plumbing inspection, you get several advantages over attempting to perform the task yourself. If they discover anything wrong, you can count on their experience and knowledge to make sure the job is done properly.
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