Preventative Plumbing Maintenance Tips
Prevention is absolutely vital for a homeowner if you want to save time, money and headaches. Work is busy, family life is even busier and you just don’t have time to worry about fixing a leak or a malfunction. To help stop these issues from ruining your day, try using these helpful prevention tips:
Every three months it might be a good idea to try and break up some deposits in your home’s drains. There might not be a clog, but taking fifteen minutes out of your weekend to do this preventive maintenance could help you save BIG:
- Pour ½ cup of salt down your sink’s drain.
- Wait several minutes and then pour boiling the water down to wash it away.
- It’s that simple!
Upgrading plumbing fixtures might seem like a useless expense, but it really can be more cost-effective in the long run. An old shower head, toilet or faucet could be hurting the environment and your wallet if it is old and inefficient. A new fixture will require less repairs and it will save you money on utilities.
Drain Your Water Heater
If you have an old water heater and no water softener, your unit has probably built-up sediment that is causing it to work inefficiently. This sediment can also damage the unit and cost you big on repairs. To try and get ahead of sediment build-up, drain your unit at the start of every season.
Annual plumbing inspections and maintenance with AAA Service can help you stay ahead of plumbing breakdowns. We will perform maintenance on your water heater, drains and plumbing fixtures to make sure they are ready for whatever is coming at them.
Here at AAA Service, our team in the bright pink trucks is ready to face whatever you throw at them. From customer service to technicians, we have an A+ team that is willing to do whatever it takes to give you the best experience possible.
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