By regularly scheduling maintenance on plumbing and heating appliances and fixtures, it can avoid excess costs and an increased lifespan.
Water Heater Maintenance
Water heaters should be drained at least once a year. Over time due to a town’s hard water, debris and sediment build up inside the water heater. By scheduling maintenance once a year to flush out the water heater, it increases its’ lifespan by a couple of years. Ultimately saving you money in the long run.
Sump Pump Maintenance
Before the winter months, sump pumpmaintenance should be completed. Sump pumps that are exposed to cold weather run the risk of freezing and breaking. The sump pump should be inspected and cleaned out at least once a year in order to prevent flooding and protect against sewage backup.
Boilersare one of the most reliable heating systems in a home, therefore when the chillier weather starts to set in you want to make sure your heat will kick on properly. Boiler maintenance includes cleaning and correcting burner tips, input air dampers, and ignitors or pilot lights. A regular tune-up results in saving additional costs, improved comfort, and an overall safer heating system.
Drains deal with a lot of debris and waste over time. Clogs occur when the sticky residue clings to the lining of the drain, not allowing water to pass through. With the vast collection of hair, dirt, and grime, to a more complex sewer backup, it is important to routinely clean those drains every couple of years. More specifically, call us in to snake out those drains for you to make sure nothing gets clogged and costing you more money and headaches.
Sewer Line & Water Line Maintenance
It is important to have yearly maintenance, snaking out the sewerand water lines. Over time, sediment, debris, or even tree roots can interfere with the sewer and water lines, causing damage or blockages in the pipes. This could potentially lead to costly repairs. By scheduling yearly maintenance for these lines, it could save you additional costs in the future.