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Maintaining Your Denver Home’s Plumbing

If you are a homeowner, chances are you know just how important your plumbing system is to your home and you and your family’s quality of life. You probably also know how temperamental a home’s plumbing system can be, especially in older homes. In order to ensure that you are not spending every single weekend hanging out with your local Denver plumber (even though we would love that), there are several preventative methods you can take. Find out the best ways to maintain your home’s plumbing below.

  1. Become Familiar with Your Plumbing System.

    Every plumbing system is different. In order to be prepared and make sure that your plumbing system works correctly, you need to know the basics about the plumbing system in your home. This means knowing where you pipes are. This will prevent things like piping being damaged by nails, staples and more when you are doing home repairs or renovations.

  2. Always Keep an Eye out for Leaks.

    Knowing where potential leaks are likely to occur, as well as where past leaks have happened will help you prevent flooding in your home. You can also check for leaks by checking the water meter. Take a look at it at night when all of the water is done being used in the house and then again in the morning before anyone begins using the water. If the morning number is higher than the evening number, chances are you have a leak.

  3. Keep up with Your Hot Water Tank.

    Water tanks tend to last for around 12 years. However, as they get closer to the end of their lives, leaks tend to become more common. Checking your hot water tank frequently to determine if it is working properly is extremely important. Not to mention, it will likely save you a ton of money and a headache if your tank decides to start experiencing issues.

  4. Don't Underestimate the Power of Your Drains.

    Your storm and sewage drains are more important than you may realize. You need to have these drains cleaned on a regular basis (annually) so that they can continue to work properly and effectively. Not to mention, preventative measures are surely going to be cheap than having these drains replaced entirely.

  5. Know When to Ask for Help.

    Even if you think you can handle a simple plumbing task, the truth is there is no such things as a “simple plumbing task.” Plumbing of any kind requires a good amount of knowledge. Know when it is time to call a professional plumber in order to prevent making any plumbing issues than they already are.

If you need more advice concerning your plumbing system and the actions you can take in order to keep it in the best condition, call High 5 Plumbing of Denver today at (720) 330-4868! We know all the tricks of the trade.