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It finally happened. You went to bed early last night to get a jumpstart on your morning. You were motivated to get up and get stuff done! And you would have had a great day, too, if you had gotten that free plumbing inspection.
Except you woke up to a soggy mess. Maybe your hot water heater exploded. Or a pipe burst. Or the hard water finally corroded through a main line. It doesn’t matter at this point. Your day, perhaps your week, is ruined because now you have to spend time calling around to find a good plumber.
We’ve all seen the calcium deposits that form on the shower head. That’s from hard water. Essentially, when it rains, the liquid that soaks you from head to toe on the way to the car is naturally soft—that is, it contains very few minerals. All the water that isn’t evaporated by the sun has to go somewhere, so it seeps into the ground and filters through underground aquifers. These underground aquifers are rich in minerals—calcium and magnesium among those we see in high amounts. The more minerals that the liquid picks up, the “harder” the water.
What if you could find the next problem before it damages your home…for free?
That’s what we’re offering. As long as you schedule an inspection within 12 months of last year’s inspection, we won’t charge you a dime. Wait too long and that free yearly plumbing inspection goes away.
You might be thinking, why not waive the fee entirely? Why the catch? We get it. But because we’re like you—too busy to remember to pick up the phone without some encouragement—we know that sometimes free isn’t enough. Sometimes, we need a little extra incentive to take action. We’ve seen firsthand how devastating plumbing disasters can be and we want to spare you that stress. After all, it’s our job to keep your pipes working and to do that, we need to know when there’s a problem that needs fixing. But first, we need you to contact us.
How much does a plumbing inspection cost?
On average, a plumbing inspection costs $200 nationwide. Most homeowners spend between $180 and $225 for the inspection, which covers the labor and expertise involved in locating plumbing problems but does not include the cost of repairs. The low-end cost for a plumbing inspection is typically between $63 and $150, while the high-end cost can be as much as $250 to $429.
Keep in mind that these costs are only estimates, and the actual price of a plumbing inspection may vary depending on the location and specific needs of the property.
How often should pipes be inspected?
It is generally recommended to have pipes inspected every two years. Annual inspections may not be necessary as plumbing systems do not typically degrade as quickly as mechanical systems like HVAC systems. However, having a professional conduct an inspection every two years is a good way to ensure that your plumbing system is functioning properly and to identify any potential issues before they become major problems.
Why do pipes need to be inspected?
There are several reasons why pipes should be inspected:
- To detect leaks: Leaks can be hard to detect, especially if they are small or located in an area that is not easily visible. An inspection can help to identify leaks before they cause significant damage to your home.
- To check for corrosion: Pipes can corrode over time, weakening them and leading to leaks or other problems. An inspection can help to identify any areas of corrosion so that they can be repaired or replaced before they cause issues.
- To check for blockages: Blockages in pipes can cause problems with your plumbing system, such as reduced water flow or backups. An inspection can help identify any blockages and determine the cause so they can be removed.
- To identify any other problems: An inspection can also help to identify any other problems with your pipes, such as wear and tear, age-related issues, or improper installation.
By identifying these issues early, you can take steps to repair or replace the pipes before they cause more serious problems.
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