When you think about jobs that you need a professional plumber for, chances are, you’re thinking about the pipes and fixtures in your home that use water. And of course, a plumber is the person for the job if you have a leaking pipe or a blocked drain, or if you are remodeling to add a bathroom to your home. But plumbers can do more than just work on water pipes. When you need work done on the gas lines in your home, a professional plumber is the person for that job, too. Here’s why.
AllTech Services, Inc. Blog: Archive for February, 2023
If you have a sump pump, it has probably saved your behind—or at least your basement—on multiple occasions. Anyone who has cleaned up after water damage knows just how important it is to avoid having that happen again. Just knowing you have a sump pump at the ready can be extremely reassuring. But like any piece of machinery, sump pumps do encounter problems from time to time.
It might not feel like it, but spring is not too far away, and that’s the time of year when snowmelt and flooding make it most likely that your sump pump will have a lot of work to do. How can you be sure that your sump pump is in good working order and ready for whatever water comes its way?