Did you know that most homeowners don't know very much about their plumbing? This is evidenced by the fact that clogs, leaks, and other problems (due to poor plumbing care) are plentiful in our area. To make sure that your plumbing is in good working condition, give Roto-Rooter a call today to set up an inspection of your property. With the aid of a Roto-Rooter technician, plumbing in Winnipeg can be as clean and functional as the day it was installed. Going top to bottom, a thorough and comprehensive inspection reveals all the small details of your home plumbing. This information will help you make the appropriate choices for service repairs and maintenance in the areas that need your attention the most.
Did you know that slow leaks are extremely common in homes? Your house may have a few slow leaks that you haven't noticed yet. What we find is that water supply lines running throughout a property experience stress over time as the structure settles. As the pipes start to seep water, the woodwork of a structure quickly soaks up the moisture. This makes it especially hard to notice until leaking develops into full on flooding. While the warped or rotted wood is a problem that results from slow leaks, it is actually the potential mold growth that should worry homeowners the most.
The humid and damp conditions behind walls or beneath floors create opportunity for mold to grow and release spores into the air. This can be detrimental to your health and cause respiratory and allergic reactions. Black mold, for example, causes serious lung problems after extended exposure and can even kill you. If you are worried about the possibility of mold growth in your house, a full inspection can help pinpoint possible areas and connect you with the appropriate services to remove the mold.
During your next inspection, make sure to ask the technician to go over your plumbing fixtures to make sure they are in good working order. Water heaters especially benefit from regular cleaning, repair, and maintenance because they take a beating after years of use. Even if your system hasn't experienced any failures up until now, it is quite possible that your water-heating unit is functioning less than optimally. To fix this, consider making your water-heating unit a part of each inspection that you schedule. Keep in mind that the average lifespan of a water heater is eleven years.
For more information about plumbing in Winnipeg, call Roto-Rooter today to speak with a friendly representative and set up an appointment with a technician for your first inspection.
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