Plumbing is nothing to gamble with.
So neither is choosing your family plumber.
While we take great care in choosing our doctor and our dentist, we often put off choosing a plumber until disaster strikes. So when you are scrambling to choose a plumber you can trust with the health of your home, how can you tell?
To keep you from hiring the wrong plumber, getting taken advantage of, or having shoddy work that creates more cost and headaches later on… let’s take a look at 7 red flags to watch out for and help you find your new family plumber.
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Imagine walking into your home after a winter holiday away, only to find a soggy carpet and a burst pipe.
Fortunately, this isn’t a major concern in the mild winter temperatures of Seattle, but that doesn’t mean that you can skip all fall plumbing maintenance and winter hazard control.
While freezes are uncommon in the Emerald City, they aren’t unheard of, and can come about suddenly if you aren’t prepared. There are also other unique winter issues in the damp northwest – including mold – which proper plumbing care can help avoid.
Fall is the time to perform some annual maintenance.
Not only will this maintenance protect you in the event of an unexpected freeze, it will also ensure your plumbing performs properly over the next 12 months so there are no surprise issues that could damage your home and drain your wallet.