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Most people wouldn’t even think of buying a new house without having the plumbing inspected, even if such an inspection weren’t required. And yet many of those same people never again think about a having their plumbing inspected, at least not in that same house.

Where’s the logic in that? Frankly, there isn’t much, if any. Not that we’re faulting anyone, mind you. It’s just that annual plumbing inspections haven’t yet earned the same amount of importance as, say, annual heating and cooling system inspections.

Do we still have your attention? Great, because we’re now going to give you several reasons why annual plumbing inspections are at least as important as heating or cooling inspections:

  • You use your heating and cooling systems about 6 months per year each. You use your plumbing all year
  • Plumbing inspections are equally focused on your family’s ongoing comfort, convenience, and safety.
  • Think of annual inspections as preventative maintenance, meaning by keeping to that schedule you’ll save hundreds if not thousands of dollars on repair issues that otherwise might not have been detected on time.
  • Regular plumbing inspections can help prevent flooding and other water-related damage that could threaten the structural integrity of your home along with your possessions.

Here at Heine Plumbing, our whole-house plumbing inspections cover all plumbing fixtures and systems. We also check for things like hidden water leaks, whether or not your water pressure needs to be adjusted, and much more.

Here are just a few specific items on our inspection checklist:

  1. Water leaks, hidden or otherwise.
  2. Corroded plumbing fixtures or pipes, possibly indicating water quality issues.
  3. Proper flushing and operating of your toilets.
  4. Speed of drainage in sink and tub drains. If water is draining too slowly, it could mean you have a clogged drain or blocked vent pipe.
  5. The potential for or existence of a water heater gas or carbon monoxide leak.

If it’s been a year or longer since you last requested a whole-house plumbing inspection, you have a very good reason to contact CT Mechanical Solutions today. We’re here to ensure that you’re enjoying the best in convenience and safety that modern plumbing has to offer.