Typically, you call a plumber because you’ve noticed a leak or because your garbage disposal is broken. And often, by the time you find out that your plumbing system is in need of repair, it’s already caused some damage. Have you ever considered calling in a plumber before you ever notice a problem?
Whole-home plumbing inspections can help you to find out about leaks and more before they cause damage to your property. Call your local plumbers for more information, or ready about why you should schedule an inspection below.
Low Water Pressure
When the water pressure in your home is particularly low, you want to know what’s up.
- A plumbing inspection can help to determine whether you’ve got excess scaling within the pipes lowering the water pressure, or if there is a small leak that you don’t know about.
Because You’ve Had Problems in the Past
If your pipes have run into all kinds of problems in the past, they’re probably getting up there in age.
- It’s a good idea to schedule annual inspections if your plumbing system is decades old and if you know that you have a history of leaking or clogging.
That’s why we’re currently offering a special: free whole-house plumbing inspections with any completed service.
For Peace of Mind
Finally, if you haven’t had anyone check out your plumbing system in a number of years, why not?
- Typically, you should have a plumbing inspection if you’re selling or buying a property, but it’s just as important to do so routinely to get some peace of mind about the state of your property and tackle plumbing problems early on.
Call Ace Pelizon Plumbing today for plumbing services in Diamond Bar, CA. We’re currently offering free whole-home plumbing inspections with any completed service call. World class service is just around the corner!How Can Hard Water Ruin Your Plumbing System? » « How Chemical Drain Cleaners Harm Your Drains