Take five and learn some fun facts about plumbing.
The drenching rain of Hurricane Patricia has done a number on the Dallas area a couple of weeks ago and plenty of homes have been dealing with excess water and soggy yards. But sometimes the yard seems a little too wet in one spot, and you may wonder if this is a leaking water pipe or not.
We can’t control the weather, but we can help you take care of the excess water in your yard if it’s due to plumbing leaks. One of our senior technicians, Sean, has the guidance you need for yard leak detection, so you can have your yard plumbing leak done right the first time.
As the weather warms up and you are spending more time outdoors, now is a great time to check your outside plumbing and make sure everything is in working order.
Here are a few quick checks you can perform:
Hello my name is Sean I’m with Legacy Plumbing and I wanted to go over a quick review of how to light your pilot on the water heaters and to turn your temperature up.
If we take a look at the gas valve here basically you’ll see the button on top of the water heater that says off pilot and on and the instructions are right here on the side of the water heater typically but they can be kind of confusing.
Don’t ignore your water heater. It may be easy to forget about your water heater until the water runs cold, however, water heaters need maintenance and replacement after so many years of use.
If your unit is more than 10 years old, and it’s showing its age – leaking, producing rusty water, or not heating water at all, then it may be a good idea to replace it.
If you neglect to repair or replace your water heater, your home is at risk for costly damages. In other instances, water heater repair may be just what you need.
Always make sure you use a plumber that is licensed and knowledgeable about your City’s Codes and Requirements before installing or repairing your home’s water heater…. [Read More]