How Do I Prevent a Home Flood
A natural flood can occur at any time, any place, without much warning. The floods inside the home, however, can often be prevented with precautions taken by homeowners.
Better protect your home, belongings, and family with these helpful tips from the plumbing experts at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing.
Routine Pipe Checks:
Schedule routine checks to ensure your pipes are in tip-top shape at all times. While burst pipes don’t occur often, it is potentially hazardous. Not only does it waste water when a pipe bursts, it is a hazard to your property and your family. In the event that your pipes burst, turn off your water immediately to avoid further damage in the home. Call your local plumbing expert at Yes! Air Conditioning and Plumbing for a routine pipe check to avoid any potential damages.
We recommend routine water heater inspections, as they can cause a lot of damage in the event of a ruptured water heater. Be prepared and schedule a visit with your plumbing expert to ensure that your water heater is running properly and won’t cause any unexpected problems.
It’s Not Just a Leak:
Leaks can seem like a minor problem, but they often lead to bigger issues. Just because you see the water slowly leaking out doesn’t mean something bigger isn’t going on somewhere out of sight. Leaks lead to higher water bills and wasted water. If you notice a leak or are interested in a whole home plumbing inspection to detect leaks you can’t see, call for an appointment to avoid any potential issues.
It’s impossible to completely prevent flooding, but you can greatly reduce the risk with regular maintenance from a trained professional plumber. For additional information on plumbing services, call our team at 844-216-9300 and speak with a technician today.