Steps We Take For Plumbing Inspection

There are various ways to maintain your home. Some are apparent, such as keeping your roof in decent condition, periodic electrical system review, and your exterior painting should be in good shape, while some are more subtle. For instance, have you recently considered obtaining a plumbing assessment for your home?

Many reasons may prompt you to consider obtaining a plumbing inspection. For example, perhaps it's been a few years, and you want to check everything is fine since you prefer avoiding problems before they occur. Or you're planning to buy a house and want to ensure you don't get junk. Or maybe you've heard dripping and are concerned that your bathroom plumbing needs to be fixed.

In any case, a plumbing inspection is a low-cost approach to put your mind at ease or, at the very least, to identify a problem that has to be addressed before it grows larger and more expensive.

It is important to know that a thorough plumbing inspection report can help you identify minor issues before they develop into larger ones, thus saving you money, time, and any potential inconvenience.

Home & Commercial Inspections knows the importance of a plumbing inspection. We also understand that this inspection covers all the critical components of the plumbing system. Maintaining sound plumbing systems is essential to avoiding emergency plumbing concerns such as water bursts, broken water lines, or gas leaks. We have the expertise, experience, and tools to do the job properly and offer you a complete look at your plumbing system. Additionally, we carry out plumbing inspections based on the ASHI Standard of Practice.

How We Carry Out Plumbing Inspection

  • Regularly check your faucets for leakages and damages.
  • Make sure the tap is not dripping water when it is closed.
  • We look under the sinks for water marks or drips when the water is running.
  • Unclog any slow drains immediately.
  • We check for any blockages.
  • Examine the walls and ceilings for any noticeable water stains.
  • Ensure a safe level of water pressure.
  • Drain the water heater to remove any sediments that have been collected.
  • Examine the toilet for any loose fittings, such as the flapper.
  • Replace the hoses if there is evidence of brittleness, cracking, or leakage.
  • Turn off the outdoor spigot water valves in the winter season.
  • Regularly check septic tanks.
  • Pay attention to the property's layout and maintain the drainage system regularly.
  • Investigate any signs of underground plumbing with a sewer line sewer scope.

A plumbing inspection is a vital service you should not put off if you want to keep your structure in good shape. However, it's time to do this assessment if you have yet to employ a licensed Ohio Home or Commercial property inspector.

You can get help from our expert team at Home & Commercial Inspections whenever you need a plumbing inspection for your building. We also provide full-service property inspections and other services to satisfy your demands. Regardless of our service, our principal focus is ensuring your building systems meet all your requirements.