Preventing Plumbing Emergencies
A water leak might not seem like a big deal, but it can quickly add up to expensive damage and a hefty water bill. The most common types of leaks are dripping faucets, leaking valves, and old toilet flappers. To prevent plumbing disasters, you can take preventative measures like knowing where your shut-off valve is, putting grease in the garbage and not down the sink, and being careful of what you flush down the toilet. When looking for a plumber, be certain to check for their plumbing license, proof of insurance, and payment options. Don’t let a water leak go untreated- call a plumber immediately!