Your plumbing also needs thorough inspection and repair to ensure that no water problems disrupt your summertime activities.
Here are five areas that should be maintained to ensure your plumbing system functions at optimum levels:
Run outdoor spigots and check for leaks. Winter’s ice and snow can cause corrosion and separation of components. Problems that develop in outdoor water systems can cause leaks in the home’s interior.
A few drops of food coloring placed in the toilet tank will color the water in the bowl in 30 minutes if a leak is present. Inspect the bowl for cracks and check the seal to the floor. Ensure that the toilet is flushing vigorously. Call a plumbing company to repair any problems.
Vinegar can be used to eliminate mineral deposits in the interior and hoses of dishwashers and clothes washers. Check the hose to your refrigerator icemaker to ensure that is in good condition and replace it, if needed.
Have them repaired to prevent water loss and high water bills. Ensure that all drains are running freely. Have slow drains snaked or cleared as your plumber recommends to prevent clogging and unexpected backups. Place strainers in frequently used drains to prevent clogs from hair, soap and other materials.
This measure can improve your water heater’s efficiency and extend the life of the unit. Replace your water heater if it is more than 15 years old. New models of water heaters function more efficiently and can help to save you money.
Moisture and leaks can cause expensive damage to your home. An experienced plumbing contractor can assure that all your plumbing components are functioning correctly and can alert you as to any issues that should be repaired to avoid larger problems.
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