29 Nov. 19

Spend A Little Money On Your Plumbing Drains To Save A Lot In The Future

If you are like most homeowners, you are always looking for simple tips to save money around the house. And when these tips don’t include eliminating something that you enjoy, like a great cup of coffee, then why not take advantage of the advice and the extra cash, right? You will be happy to know that this tip will not leave you feeling deprived or restricted in any way, and it is just smart advice to follow when thinking about all of the expensive components in your home.

Spend A Little

Everything that was used to build your home has a life expectancy. And in almost every case, when you provide the proper maintenance, the item lasts longer. This could not be truer than where your plumbing is concerned. Things like your water heater and your drain pipes need a little love from time to time to make your life more comfortable every day.

Make the call to (214) 388-4525 and schedule an annual appointment for a drain cleaning, so that you never need to worry about a flood of dirty water in the middle of the night. You don’t ever think about all of the gunk and debris that you wash down your drains and flush down toilets. But rest assured, that stuff all leaves a residue inside your drain pipes. And over time, that sticky film begins to trap particles and create a clog.

Save A Lot

Most of the time, you will notice that your sink, tub, or shower is clearing more slowly before the big flood occurs. But it can be easy to overlook the signs and forget to call (214) 388-4525 to schedule an appointment with the trusted pros at Metroplex Leak & Line. When you make that mistake, the next step is walking in to find water backed-up and flooding your home. And in many cases, that dirty water also contains sewage, because it goes into the same pipe to get carried to the city sewer main.

So now you have a plumbing emergency that needs immediate attention. That could mean missing a day of work and paying both a plumber and a carpenter. The carpenter will be ripping out all of the water damaged and contaminated flooring after your plumbing is repaired. This bill is definitely going to be larger than the cost of an appointment to clean your drains. And that is an appointment that you can schedule at your convenience, even in the evening or on the weekend.

Do You Like Hot Water?

That might sound like a silly question, but it is a legitimate one. If you are happy to have hot water each time that you climb into the tub or shower, then show a little love to your water heater. Each year this unit needs some maintenance, which includes draining the tank, checking for leaks, and even cleaning a few valves. If this is not a DIY project that you want to tackle, then call (214) 388-4525 and let the pros from Metroplex Leak & Line take care of your water heater for you.

You Save More Than Money

A broken water heater means no hot water. And no one likes taking a cold shower. But when a water heater fails, it can also cause damage to your home. If rust and corrosion compromise the tank, then there will be hot water leaking from the tank. If you don’t notice it immediately, you could be in for some severe water damage and even contamination from toxic black mold. The high cost of fixing water and mold damage, along with the price of a new water heater could all be avoided by investing in one maintenance visit from Metroplex Leak & Line each year.

The Ultimate Deal

Because Metroplex Leak & Line is a full-service plumbing company, please take advantage of all of our services on one visit. We can provide the care needed to keep your plumbing appliances in excellent working order and keep your drains carrying all of that dirty water out of your home with no clogs, floods, or back-ups. And thanks to our very affordable pricing, you will only be investing a fraction of what new appliances and water damage repairs would cost. Make the smart choice and call (214) 388-4525 to schedule the maintenance needed for your home’s plumbing so that you are not paying huge repair bills in the future.