Whenever you purchase a home, there's a variety of inspections that you need to perform to ensure that everything runs smoothly both before and after your purchase. While it's understandable that you may get a pest inspection before you purchase a home, it's equally important that you get a plumbing inspection after you purchase a home as well.
Why You Should Get A Plumbing Inspection
The reality of the fact is that renting a property is different than purchasing it. In the event that you rent a property, if a problem arises pertaining to the plumbing and you lose valuable personal items as an end result, your landlord can be held accountable and may be liable for your expenses pertaining to replacing any damaged appliances, furniture and clothes as a result of faulty plumbing. But in the event that a plumbing disaster occurs and you are the sole owner of the property, you will have to fix and replace everything on your own. By getting a plumbing inspection, you can literally save yourself thousands of dollars.
One of the things you need to know about the plumbing system is that it doesn't just consist of the drain and shower. The sewage drain pipe is a part of your home's plumbing system and if there is a problem with the drain such as a clogged sewage drain, for example, it can ultimately lead to the backing up of all the systems within your home, meaning your shower may be affected and your sewage drain pipe may be affected as well. This not only represents a significant nuisance, but it also represents a serious health hazard as well.
Another reason you should highly consider getting a plumbing inspection for your new home is due to the fact that there may be a problem within it's infrastructure. Three of the most commonly affected infrastructures within your home's plumbing system that need regular inspections are:
Are you a new home owner looking to have your property inspected? Call L.E. Isley & Sons, Inc. at (317) 420-4006 today for top-notch services in the Westfield area.