Plumbing maintenance should be as much a part of your routine as servicing your furnace and can provide a multitude of benefits.
The most obvious benefit is pure and simple cost savings on your water bill. If you have a leaky pipe or excess pressure, you’ll spend more on your water bill. That same maintenance could also save you a ton of money in prevention of a larger issue.
Continued maintenance of your plumbing and pipes means less issues from leaking and less wear and tear related to leaks and clogs.
Believe it or not, scheduled maintenance of your plumbing can keep your air quality good. If you have leaks or cracked pipes, those leaks could lead to mildew and mold that can promote poor air quality.
Your Maintenance Checklist
Garbage disposal clogs and leaks
Clean kitchen drain
Septic or Sewer
Regular inspection and pumping of tank
Sewer line maintenance