We offer a wide range of services for that fresh look, or just maintenance or updates to keep your home functioning and safe. Regardless of the size of the job, we have a craftsman that can tackle it. We offer a wide range of services for that fresh look, or just maintenance or updates to keep your home functioning and safe. Regardless of the size of the job, we have a craftsman that can tackle it.
Plumbing / October 11, 2022
Whether you’ve just bought a home or have lived in yours for years, knowing that your plumbing system is in sound order brings considerable peace of mind. Yet if you’ve never had a whole-house plumbing inspection, you may not know what’s involved in the process. Here’s what to expect once you contract for an inspection with one of Handyman Connection’s top plumbing services in Vancouver.
You may take turning the tap on and off for granted, but there’s a lot involved in getting fresh, clean water into your home. From making sure the public water and sewer lines are properly connected to checking for correct pressure to testing valves, hoses, and caulking for leaks, every element of your plumbing is inspected to ensure it’s functioning as it should.
Each piece of your home equipment and appliances that use water, including your water heater, dishwasher, and washing machine is checked, and water damage on floorboards, walls, and ceilings is watched out for. Exterior fixtures like sprinklers and hose spigots are also carefully examined. It’s only through such a detailed inspection that your plumber can zero in on areas of concern.
With your house in the hands of a skilled plumbing inspector, you can rest assured that all existing and potential issues will be rooted out. A small leak from a rarely used fixture or along a pipe may have gone unnoticed by anyone in your household, but a careful review will locate any such concern before it causes larger damage and higher water bills.
During your inspection, loose or missing caulking around tubs and showers is noted, drains are checked for blockages, and all your shut-off valves are evaluated to be sure they aren’t stiff, leaky, or rusted. Many of these minor issues may be addressed on the spot or scheduled for later service to bring everything back into good working order. If more extensive work is required, all issues will be noted, and your plumbing expert will then use the inspection results to prioritize necessary repairs.
It’s important to remember that routine inspections can head off problems before they become larger and more costly to address. However, if a detailed review of your system reveals significant concerns, you’ll know you’re in good hands with the plumbing service you’ve found with Handyman Connection.
Expert plumbers will pull out and replace corroded pipes, a particular concern in older homes built before the 1950s. They’ll also address the problem of tree roots growing through or around your plumbing, either through chemical root killers or by digging up your yard to remove excessively damaged pipes. So, too, will they manage leaks under your home’s slab through the extensive process of pulling out the concrete, making the repair, and repouring your foundation.
Staying ahead of plumbing issues is always the smartest choice, so when you’re ready to schedule a whole-house inspection it’s time to contact Handyman Connection. We work with Vancouver area professionals who are skilled at providing expert service delivered in a friendly, helpful manner.
Whether it’s a simple toilet valve replacement or a major flood recovery project, Handyman Connection is here to help with any plumbing repairs. We work on residential and commercial projects, from fix-it jobs to full renovations and remodels, and we ensure you’ll receive excellent service and top-quality results. Just visit our website to request your free online quote today, and you’ll soon rest easier knowing your plumbing’s being looked after by one of Vancouver’s best plumbers.