Home Plumbing Maintenance Tips from a Plumber San Diego Trusts

When it comes to the state of your home, nothing beats a bit of prevention and regular maintenance. To keep you home plumbing and the rest of the house in working order, call a plumber San Diego trusts. Here is a checklist of things that a plumber can do to maintain your home plumbing.

  • Inspect Your Home for Signs of Leaks – Leaks don’t just spring up overnight. Many times, they are a work in progress and can be corrected before they get out of control. Condensation on walls and pooling water near walls is a good sign that leaks are developing. Plumbers can help you track down the leaks and take action to keep the water inside the pipes.
  • Look for Signs of Corrosion – Old pipes are especially prone to corrosion. Yellow, orange, or grain stains on walls and pipes are sometimes signs that corrosion is taking its toll on your pipes. A plumber will be able to identify and solve your corrosion issues.
  • Water Pressure Test – While many people appreciate strong water pressure coming out of their shower faucet, excessive water pressure can take a toll on pipes over time. Plumbers test the water pressure inside pipes and at the connection to the sewer lateral to make sure the entire system has enough, but not too much, water pressure.
  • Sediment Buildup In Water Heater and In Faucets – Small bits of minerals and solid sediment accumulate in your faucets and water heater over time, leading to increased strain inside pipes. Checking and removing this sediment extends the life of your pipes and avoids more costly emergencies.

It’s important to let a professional plumber handle any adjustments to your plumbing. A delicate balance exists inside it, so any changes need to be made with care. When it comes to maintaining your plumbing, make the call for a plumber that San Diego residents have trusted for years. We’re here to handle all your plumbing needs, so give us a call today!

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