A good way to avoid expensive plumbing emergencies is to opt for a residential plumbing inspection in Denver, CO, at least every two years. If you need to arrange a home plumbing inspection, Summit Heating & A/C is the name to know in Denver. Our professional plumbing team can take a comprehensive look at your plumbing system—both visually and via a camera that we insert into your pipes—to spot any potential issues before they become full-blown problems.
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At Summit Heating & A/C, we know just how much is riding on your home’s plumbing. When plumbing emergencies arise, life as you know it takes an inconvenient turn as you struggle to wash dishes, do laundry, and even take a bath. That’s not to mention the excessive cost of plumbing repairs. The goal of a home plumbing inspection is to nip any problems that might be festering in your home plumbing system in the proverbial bud before it’s too late.
During a residential home inspection, you can expect your plumbing professional to:
Detect any leaks
Inspect indoor/outdoor plumbing
Check water heaters
Inspect sewer lines
Look for water damage
Check toilets and fixtures
Test water pressure
Most residential plumbing inspections involve both a visual inspection and an inspection with a high-resolution camera. The visual inspection involves checking all the water system and sewer fittings that comprise your home’s plumbing, looking for leaks or signs that leaks are present. Moreover, the plumber will also check drainage systems and drains as well as connections to appliances and your water heater.
With the help of a camera that can be snaked through your plumbing pipes, the plumber will look for issues with the plumbing system’s supply lines or the lines that run to your sewer. Using this type of camera can also be useful in curtailing future blockages.
Indoors, a home inspection involves looking at plumbing fixtures, toilets, sinks, lines, and pipes to find any damaged fittings or other issues. Your home’s water heater is also part of the inspection, with your plumbing professional testing the pressure relief valve, fittings, and connections. Outside, the exterior plumbing is inspected to be sure that it is operating as it should, and depending on the time of year, is protected from freezing.
Schedule Your Residential Plumbing Inspection in Denver
Regular residential plumbing inspections are key to a well-maintained and properly working plumbing system. At Summit Heating & A/C, we have years of experience handling all types of plumbing needs for our valued customers in Denver. Our trained plumbing professionals are ready to diagnose and repair any problems unearthed during your home plumbing inspection.
Give us a call at Summit Heating & A/C to schedule your residential plumbing inspection in Denver now.