Prep the plumbing in your home just in time for the holidays
Nov 9, 2022, 1:23 PM | Updated: Nov 11, 2022, 6:18 am
With the holidays approaching, it’s important to know when your home is in need of heating and plumbing updates before more guests start to come around.
The turnaround from the end of monsoon season to cooler weather came within two months, increasing some chances for possible pipe damage or overflows in your drainage.
While routine weekly, monthly and quarterly checkups are likely to see minor repairs, annual inspection and maintenance can prevent bigger issues from happening.
Technicians with Day & Night Air Conditioning in Phoenix can help detect issues with a sewer line, misalignments and knowing what needs replacement or repair throughout the home.
After all, professionals were trained to spot signs of corrosion, sediments in the water aerators and showerheads and to check for damaged caulk, a seal that works to prevent water from settling in the home, in the bathrooms.
While it may be best to speak with a professional prior to doing any do-it-yourself projects, some manuals can be helpful in preventing expenses.
If homeowners want to drain out the water heater to remove sediment from the boiler, it’s best to follow the manufacturer’s manual as all systems operate differently.
Homeowners are encouraged to consider additional preventative measures after repairs and inspection.
As more people enter your home, it could prove beneficial to make sure guests are informed of what belongs in the trash instead of the drain, such as cigarette buds, match sticks and feminine products.