When all your plumbing is in tip-top shape, you’re going to have to find something else to complain about. We’re not egging you on, mind you – at least not about looking for reasons to complain. But we are offering a gentle reminder on how to KEEP your plumbing as problem-free as possible. And that’s with an annual whole-house plumbing inspection performed by Boden Plumbing Heating & Air.
While our inspection focus is on problem prevention, we can also spot small problems that we know will only get worse. Fixing them right away, however, will save you money. And that’s what we’ll recommend: guaranteed upfront price and all.
Another great reason to schedule annual plumbing inspections is to protect the value of your home. What if, for example, we’re able to spot a water pipe with visible corrosion or hairline crack. By fixing it, you not only escape a bigger plumbing problem later on. You also avoid water damage to your home and the potential for a mold and mildew problem, one that could be difficult and costly to get rid of.
there’s the safety factor – both for you home and family. Add it all up, and you have everything to gain with an annual whole-house plumbing inspection. Here are just a few of the steps included in ours:
During a Boden plumbing inspection, we’ll also address any specific concerns or questions you might have about your water pressure, water filtration, outdoor access to hot and cold water, and more. If we find a problem or means to add greater comfort, convenience, or safety into your life, we’ll recommend how to achieve those goals in common sense and budget friendly ways. Do your home and family a favor and contact Boden today to schedule our whole-house plumbing inspection service.
Winter’s knocking on the door. Here in northern California, it’s smart to heed that knock, especially if you want to skate through the season without any heating system shutdowns.
So that begs the question: does your system have what it takes to keep you nice and warm and without a breakdown or interruption? It may not if your system is prone to any of these symptoms, each of which indicates a system on the decline:
Here are the most common warning signs that either your furnace needs to be repaired or replaced:
Another reason to consider replacing your heating system is its age, especially when you consider that the average system lifespan is 15 – 20 years. Even if yours is just 10 years old, chances are it’s operating at no better than 60% energy efficiency – far less than when you first had it installed. A new heating system will pay for itself in energy savings alone.
Not sure what you next move should be? Today we invite you to call Boden Plumbing Heating & Air to arrange a thorough heating system cleaning and inspection. In the process, we’ll gain a very good idea of what condition it’s in and whether or not it’s worth keeping, even if does need a repair or two. At least that way you’ll be making a truly informed decision as to what’s in your best interests. With Boden, you can always count on that kind of honest and straightforward advice.