The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically affected everyone around the world, forcibly altering the way our society functions — at least for now. As a result of the situation’s urgency we’ve been thrust into, we’ve had no choice but to adapt. For better or worse, that adaptation involves staying home — a lot. As such, homeowners in the area shouldn’t put essential duties on the backburner — especially plumbing maintenance at their home in Toronto, ON.
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Most individuals don’t think about their plumbing until a problem rises to the surface. By then, they may be left with a huge mess and a hefty bill. However, this can be avoided.
Plumbing maintenance aims to catch small problems before they turn into significant, costly issues down the road. It also helps you conserve water and cut back on energy bills — which is more than likely a chief concern considering everyone’s cooped up in the house. A trained technician can inspect and maintain your septic system and service you water-use appliances such as the heater, washing machine, and dishwasher that may be getting more use than average. Did you know that 5 of the most common causes of Home Flooding are Plumbing Related?
Plumbing leaks not only affect your water pressure, but they can also cause damage. An undetected leak under a sink or in a wall can lead to wood rot, mold, and pipe corrosion. If a pipe freezes and bursts, you could end up dealing with a flooded room. Soon enough, mold and mildew could take over.
Our experts are trained to identify the culprits of home flooding, damage, and inefficiency. Don’t wait until it’s too late — call on us today!
Preventative Plumbing Tips
Check out the infographic below to learn about a few ways you can steer your pipes away from meltdown mode:
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Did you know that the five most common causes of flooding are plumbing-related? If you have not had your system checked within the past 12 months, you’re putting yourself at risk! Pick up the phone or stay online to schedule an appointment for one of our technicians to come out and take a look at your system. Rest assured that we take safety precautions before, during, and after our visit. All of our technicians are screened routinely, wear masks and gloves, and regularly sanitize all of our tools and equipment.
For more information about our plumbing services in and around Toronto, ON, contact us now!