Money Saving and Maintenance Tips - Home Plumbing

Being the nice guys that we are, we are always thinking of our customers: ways to save you money, cut down on repairs, keep you safe and just share our expert knowledge with you. The fact is, there are some things that just shouldn’t be tackled without expert knowledge, qualifications and the right tools. For these situations you should always call our professiona techniciansl, but for the other things – we are here to guide you.

Small Problems

You may have spotted something in your home that needs attention; a leaky faucet or a pipe, something small and seemingly insignificant. We know just how tempting it can be to leave it for another day, after all, it’s just a small leak. But you should know that rarely (if ever) will it get better on its own. It certainly won’t fix itself and the consequences of it failing completely are just unthinkable!

Going Away?

If you’re planning your dream vacation somewhere, going to be away for more than a few days, you should turn off your water heater, especially if it’s the type that stores the hot water in a tank. Why pay to heat and store hot water that isn’t going to be used? It also means that without power, it will be a whole lot safer should any issues arise.

Remodeling or New Installation

Whether it’s remodelling or a new installation, using an experienced contractor will help to save you money in the long run. They understand exactly how to route pipework for the quickest, easiest and most convenient fit. You will also have peace of mind that all work will be building code compliant and guaranteed – eliminating any problems if a component fails.

Whatever you need to do, taking unbiased advice from a professional at General Plumbing will be highly beneficial and provide you with reassurance. To discuss your needs or requirements,call us at (561) 771-0086 or contact us online.

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