Plumbing Inspections

Plumbing systems are an essential part of your home, so when things go wrong, it disrupts everyone’s routines. Routine plumbing inspections can help catch minor problems before they get worse. This can save you stress, anxiety, and money in the long run.

Curious about our plumbing inspections and how they work? Here’s everything you need to know.

When to Get a Plumbing Inspections

If your plumbing system is less than forty years old, we recommend getting a home plumbing inspection every two years.

If your plumbing system has been around for more than forty years, you should get an annual inspection. Due to older plumbing systems being more prone to issues. Frequent inspections can help even the oldest plumbing systems stay in good working condition.

You should also schedule an inspection if you are having any issues with your plumbing. No concern is too minor, so even if you’re unsure about something, it’s best to have a professional examine it.

What Inspections Include

Typical plumbing inspections include a thorough checkup of the water sources in your home.

During a residential plumbing inspection, our plumbers will search for leaks, blockages, and any other potential issues in the following areas:

  • Bathroom faucets, fixtures, and drains
  • Shower faucets, fixtures, and drains
  • Bathtub faucets, fixtures, and drains
  • Toilets
  • Water heaters
  • Dishwashers
  • Washing machines
  • Garbage disposals
  • Spigots

If our plumber comes across any issues, they will inform you and help determine your next course of action.

Why Plumbing Inspections Are Essential

To ensure that your home’s plumbing is in top shape, getting routine plumbing inspections are necessary.

There are many plumbing issues that the average person may overlook. What seems like minor plumbing problems to the average person might be a more significant concern to a professional.

Most components of the plumbing in your home is in the walls or otherwise out of sight, so many homeowners don’t notice plumbing issues early on.

When most homeowners notice an issue with their home’s plumbing, it’s after the problem has gotten worse. Smoak’s trained plumbing professionals can help determine an issue in your plumbing system before it gets out of hand.

Getting routine plumbing inspections can also save you money in the long run. Many plumbing issues can cause severe damage to your home. Leaks can damage your walls and floors. They can even promote the growth of fungus and bacteria. But when you get a routine plumbing inspection, you can prevent leaks and other issues before they cause damage.

Most importantly, plumbing inspections can help you get peace of mind what you’re doing is best for your property. The quality of your property matters, and inspections are an essential way to keep things operating smoothly.

Who to Contact?

Has it been a while since you’ve had a plumbing inspection? Do you have any concerns about the plumbing on your property? Your next step should be to contact a licensed plumber. Our team of plumbing professionals provide quality plumbing inspection services.

Contact us online or via phone at (843) 556-9550 today to schedule your plumbing inspection!