10 Easy Ways To Save Money On Plumbing

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10 Easy Ways To Save Money On Plumbing Repairs:

10 Easy Ways To Save Money On Plumbing Repairs 56 W. Main St, New Palestine, IN 46163 317 788 4328 comforthvacindy@gmail.com

 Fix Small Problems Before They Become Big Ones :

  Fix Small Problems Before They Become Big Ones It can be easy to put off fixing that dripping faucet or the drain that empties more slowly than it should, but ignoring minor plumbing problems is never a good idea. A quick repair might take a little time and money, but it can prevent major spending later.

Locate The Shut-Off Valve :

Locate The Shut-Off Valve Frantic homeowners frequently call professional plumbers for burst pipes, which are flooding their homes or yards. Finding your main water shut-off valve and learning how to operate it before you have a problem can help you avoid a chaotic (and costly) experience .

Don’t Flush That :

The only object that should actually go down the toilet is toilet paper. Items that are marketed as flushable wipes, sanitary supplies and cat litter, for example can result in clogs and expensive plumbing repairs. Other seemingly harmless objects, such as hair, cigarette butts and even bleach, can damage your pipes, as well. Don’t Flush That

Strain Your Drains :

Something as outwardly inoffensive as the hair on your head can bring on a costly clog. Save money on a plumber by covering your drains with mesh screens to catch loose strands. Clean out the strainers weekly to prevent buildup. Strain Your Drains

Can The Grease :

You may have learned that dumping cooking grease down the drain was okay, as long as you followed it with dish soap and hot water. Unfortunately, this mixture cannot prevent all grease from clogging your pipes and even your neighborhood sewage system. Instead, dump the grease into a sealable container and wipe pots and pans out prior to washing them. Can The Grease

Pour Water Down Unused Drains :

If you have a spare bathroom, basement floor drain or other drain that doesn’t get much use, it can start to get smelly. Prevent this problem by pouring some vinegar and baking soda into the drain followed by a hot water rinse every few months. Pour Water Down Unused Drains

Scope Things Out :

Hair, grease and flushed items aren’t the only things that cause costly clogs. Tree roots and rotten or collapsed pipes can be culprits, as well. Hiring a sewer service to check your pipes with a special camera can help you get to the heart of a recurring problem. Scope Things Out

Skip The Liquid And Go For The Snake :

It may be tempting to pour a jug of drain cleaner into a clogged sink, but pros know this can cost you more in the long run. Not only do these chemicals fail in many instances, but they can damage pipes, as well. Opt for an auger that snakes the clog out of the drain instead. Skip The Liquid And Go For The Snake

Keep Pipes From Freezing :

Frozen pipes can crack and burst, leaving you with a mess and an expensive plumbing repair. Prevent this problem by insulating exposed pipes. When it’s cold out, leave cabinets under sinks open to allow warm air to circulate and let cold water drip from faucets. Keep Pipes From Freezing

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