Too often people put off existing plumbing problems and avoid calling a professional plumber out to their California home, due to finances, scheduling conflicts, or not realizing the importance of immediate repairs.
While we understand that sometimes life gets in the way of proper plumbing maintenance on your Southern California home, but it is important for you, as a homeowner, to understand just how crucial it is to give immediate attention to those “small” plumbing repairs now, so you don’t find yourself faced with much larger and more expensive plumbing repairs in the future.
- Costly Long-Term Plumbing Issues – Although the small leak under your bathroom sink may not appear to be a big deal currently, it is definitely costing you money. Not only will your water bill increase due to the extra 10,000+ gallons of additional water used each year, but mold and mildew will start to grow, and will eventually rot out wood and other materials in your bathroom. A “harmless” leak could end up costing you thousands if not attended to immediately.
- Water and Your Property – Water is good for drinking and bathing, but it is not house friendly at all. Any leaks in your home allows moisture to harm woodwork, drywall, insulation, and more. Water wreaks havoc on hardwood floors, cabinets, walls, and carpet, causing major decay and damage to places you may not even know about until it is too late. Act quickly to handle any water issues in your home now, to avoid expensive repairs later.
- Health Concerns – In addition to costly fixes from delaying plumbing repairs, mold and mildew from water leaks can cause serious respiratory issues or even allergic reactions. If this isn’t bad enough, any leaks around your toilet or issues with sewer lines can expose raw sewage in your home.
Small plumbing issues now can lead to big problems later if not attended to properly. Contact Plumbing Concepts in Corona, CA today if you are experiencing any type of plumbing issue in your Southern California home. Fix plumbing problems now and don’t wait!