Hence, before we head out the door for our getaways, our favorite plumbers in Calgary recommend tune-ups and repairs for our hot water tanks, bath tubs, toilets, showers, drains, and pipes. Here’s what Pete the Plumber and the rest of the gang has to say.
One great thing about plumbing is that problems show signs and symptoms first before events go beyond our control. Thus, we can always go around the house and check for any telltale sign that water damage or indoor flooding may happen anytime. Check each area of the house and inspect against moisture and water marks, even when our faucets and pipes are not in use. Make sure you inspect for leaks as soon as the ice melts. The adverse weather can definitely freeze some pipes and cause leaks and damage. If you spot any irregularity, call a Calgary plumber right away.
Clear The Debris
Drains, pipes, gutters and downspouts can accumulate some obstructions and debris over time. Now that the weather is not as frigid as in winter or not yet scorching as in summertime, make sure you clean and clear these areas of anything that can cause clogging.