Save Water and Money
Save Water and Money by Having a Plumbing Maintenance Plan
Most people only call out a plumber when they have an emergency. This can mean you leave a leaking tap or toilet to not only waste water, but also send more of your hard earned cash down the drain. Leaving a small plumbing problem to become large, can mean it becomes difficult and costly to repair.
If you nip plumbing problems in the bud early on, it will get fixed easily and with minimal cost. Having a plumbing maintenance plan in place means your pipes will stay running smoothly and your friendly, expert plumber will save you money and water.
Prevention is Better than Costly Cure
Setting up a preventative maintenance schedule is the best way to keep your plumbing hassle free. AJP Plumbing are experienced in setting up plumbing maintenance schedules for residential and commercial properties.
Sewer line and drain inspections can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars if a problem is resolved early on
Fixing toilet and pipe flow issues can shave money off your monthly water bill
Pinpointing and eliminating leaks will save you money on costly water damage and from losing money on a higher water bill
Removing blockages from drains will be an easier and a less costly job than needing hydro-jetting if the problem gets worse later on
Maintenance will Give Your Plumbing Longevity
The biggest plus of having a plumbing maintenance plan in place, is to increase the longevity of your pipes, drains and fixtures. Maintaining your pipes will keep them running a lot longer and will lessen the need for repairs.
Plumbing that is maintained by a professional, will need little or no repairs. Leaks and corrosion will be kept at bay and your water pressure and heating will be kept working consistently year round. No waking up on a cold morning, having no hot water – your maintenance plumber will ensure this never happens!
You’ll Save Water and Money
We probably all waste that little bit too much water, leaving the tap running when we’re brushing our teeth or overfilling that bath. But leaving taps or pipes to leak, really is just a wastage and is throwing money away.
Don’t leave a leaky tap or toilet cistern until it becomes an emergency and you have to pay an emergency call-out price. Plumbing maintenance shouldn’t be seen as a wasted cost, see it as an investment that will save you money in the future.