As the seasons change, you need to make sure your plumbing is prepared. You can avoid several common plumbing and drain issues by following these seasonal maintenance steps.
It is also a good time to check the water heater temperature setting to ensure it is not any higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit to reduce energy use and to prevent scalding. Spring is also a good time to flush the water heater tank to get rid of corrosion.
Check the water heater’s age. If the water heater is more than 15 years old, it is time to replace it. Turn on the kitchen sink and water in the bathtub at the same time. If you notice a reduction in water volume, mineral deposits could be restricting water flow. Call Rooter Hero Plumbing for a more thorough inspection.
When the weather gets cooler; it is time to start preparing for the months ahead.
If you leave home for an extended period, shut off the main water valve and drain the system.
The holidays may bring guests into your home, so you need to plan ahead. Keep the following tips in mind to prevent clogs and other problems:
To prepare your home's plumbing for the upcoming season and to avoid emergency plumbing situations, call Rooter Hero Plumbing today!
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