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New Year, New Pipes!

New Pipes

You probably don’t even notice your plumbing until it isn’t working and then it is a real problem. As a homeowner, there are small steps that you can take on a regular basis to keep your plumbing functioning and reliable.

What if you knew that taking a few minutes at the beginning of the year at a low cost could mean a trouble-free year ahead? If you get your drains cleaned, you are eliminating a lot of potential problems before they even have the chance to begin.

It’s All About the Money

Save MoneyWould you like to have more money to spend on other things? Of course, you would. If you get your drains cleaned regularly, you are saving yourself some serious cash in the long run.

Cleaning out your drains extends the longevity of your pipes. Residue accumulating over time will block and damage pipes, leading to corrosion and breakage. This one act of preventative maintenance can yield big financial results.

You should also spend less on your water bills. That’s because a clean drain won’t stop the flow of water. The direct path means that you use less water and pay less money.

Stop the Squeaking and Cracking

Water LeakAre you bothered by chronic squeaking or cracking noises in your pipes? This is happening as water rushes through a partially blocked drain or pipe.

The resulting sound makes squeaks and cracks, which can be loud, annoying, and turn into leaks! To get peace in your home, all you need to do is have your drains cleaned. It’s that simple.

Start the Year Right with Clean Clear Water

Clean WaterYou’d be surprised how great you’ll feel knowing that your plumbing is trouble-free.

Drain cleaning is a big part of making sure that water is flowing freely and that your components are clean. It’s a small step, but it gives you great peace of mind and results.

So when you are celebrating New Year’s here in Fairhope, AL, make plans to get your drains cleaned too in early 2018.

Deal With Clogs

Are your drains slow to clear? Not only is that inconvenient, but it can also pose a health hazard to your family. Whatever is clogging the drain (grease, grime, hair or food matter, etc.) is decomposing and causing bacteria to proliferate. Additionally, this creates a bad smell.

You can prevent a lot of clogs. It is important to keep things out of your pipes and drains that don’t belong there (like diapers, sanitary napkins, wipes, paper towel and more). Even better, get your drains cleaned on a regular basis to remove clog-producing buildup.