Whole House Plumbing Inspections Prevent Disasters
Plumbing calls are usually an emergency. When water is going somewhere it shouldn’t, it can do a lot of damage in a short amount of time. And although most homeowners have insurance, that doesn’t help at all with the inconvenience and mess, not to mention the deductible.
While most of our customers in Cincinnati wait for an emergency before they call a plumber, there is a way to be proactive and prevent plumbing disasters before they happen. A Schneller whole house plumbing inspection is a great way to keep the plumbing system in your entire house running smoothly.
You Don’t Have to Live with Plumbing Problems
Most likely, you can think of a sink that drains too slowly or a shower head that has a partially clogged sprayer or a faucet that drips in your home. It’s very rare that a home’s entire plumbing system is in perfect working order. That’s why homeowners really like our Schneller plumbing inspections.
What to Expect with a Plumbing Inspection
Give us a call, and we’ll send a plumber over to give your house a complete inspection. We check the entire house from outdoor water faucets to washing machine hoses. If we find any issues, our plumber will give you a written estimate before any repairs are made, and we back our service with a written 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Faucets, Sinks, Drains, and Garbage Disposers – we make sure all faucets are running freely and the sink drains quickly
Tubs, Showers and Toilets – we make sure all shower heads are spraying freely with no leaks and toilets are flushing and filling properly
Wash Machine and Dishwasher – we check hoses for small leaks that are hard to see behind appliances and under cabinets
Sump Pump – we test your sump pump to make sure it is operating properly
Water Heater – we will drain your water heater, remove any sediment buildup, check to make sure it there are no leaks and set the temperature at a safe level
Benefits of a Plumbing Inspection
The plumbers of Schneller will check your entire home inside and out. Plumbing inspections can prevent major damage by catching small problems before they become costly surprises. They also find leaks and keep you from wasting water and paying a higher bill. From sump pumps to garbage disposers, every home could benefit from a plumbing system inspection. We recommend a plumbing inspection every two years.