24-Hour Emergency Services
24-Hour emergency services are essential for both client safety and the company’s reputation. The best plumbing companies don’t want their clients to have to miss out on holidays or anything else that’s important to them just because something has suddenly gone wrong with the plumbing. Plumbing companies also don’t want clients to not have a choice but to just let a pipe leak, flood the house and then have their clients have to face very expensive water damage charges. It’s much better to have the problem be taken care of as soon as it happens rather than have to delay it even for a day or two and have water damage pile up and have to also have all of damaged parts of the building remodeled.
Whole Home Plumbing Inspections
Whole plumbing inspections are a very smart decision when moving into a new home or moving a business into a new building. You don’t want to officially move into a new home or your business into a new building without even the smallest of leaks being detected. This is because by themselves, leaks only get worse until they turn into full-fledged flooding issues. Longstanding water also causes mildew and mold which makes for the need to have those parts completely remodeled, which is even more expensive to fix than a slight leak.
The basic checklist of whole home plumbing includes:
-examining fixtures, supply line, and drain issues, also ensuring that toilets, sinks, showers and any other outlets are working properly
–checking water pressure and ensuring that pipe connections are intact
-testing emergency shut-off valves
-administering drain maintainers in all-home drains
-ensuring that washing machines hoses are intact and not leaking
-inspecting all water filtration systems
-performing mainline sewer camera inspection upon request
Water Filtration Systems
When moving into a new home or your business into a building, it’s a good idea to have your plumber install a water filtration system for many reasons. For one thing, much of the tap water contains heavy metals, chemicals and harmful bacteria. Even after it has left the water treatment plant, it’s still too easy for it to pick up all sorts of contaminants.