Not all homeowners know the various services that a plumber provides. We heard the word plumber and we automatically have this image that he is someone we call if there are any blocked pipes in our home that needs draining. True. A plumber’s first and foremost duty is taking care of our home’s pipes and plumbing. But there are other services that our plumber could provide aside for draining blocked pipes. Keep this in mind the next time something happened to your home and you don’t know what service you could call your plumber for.
There does not have to be damage for or a leak for you to call your plumber. If you could not replace an old, rusty faucet or you could not fix a dripping toilet, you could call a plumber to do maintenance works to avoid having costlier, greater issues in the future. Taking care of plumbing supplies and parts will prevent emergency plumbing cases that could cause structural damage to your home if you are not expecting it and it goes undetected. To avoid this headache in the future, schedule an afternoon with your plumber and avail of preventive services for your plumbing system.
Installation And Inspection Work
If you are planning on moving to a new home, it is recommended that you ask a plumber to inspect the plumbing system before you finalized the deal. This is important so as to avoid paying for major plumbing services that the owner should have taken care of before selling the house. A plumber could tell you if the repairs would be significant or the issues might be considered that it is better you forego buying the house. You could also avail the plumber’s service of installing or rerouting pipes or a water heating system if in case you wanted to spruce up the plumbing system of the house before you move to it.
Plumbers are also adept in sewer repairs. If you hear some noise or smell something (that is worse than what is usual) a plumber could provide their expertise in solving the issue since it is one of the services that they provide. Plumbers are capable of repairing, replacing and clearing clogged sewer lines which if left unrepaired would cause major sanitation problems and rodent and insect infestation.
Food Waste Disposer
If you have problems with your food disposer, you could also call your plumber to help you with it. Some of the common issues that homeowners face when it comes to food waste disposal is smelling a burning smell once the disposal is on, leaks, it won’t turn on and stay on, there is an unusually loud noise and that the waste is going back up the sink. If your food waste disposer is showing these kinds of problems, call your plumber to help in fixing it.
There are other numerous services that you could ask your plumber for. Knowing what other types of service they could provide would ensure that you would always know who to call when you are experiencing these issues.