Plumbing Maintaining


Maintaining the plumbing system in your Building is very important. Correcting problems immediately can prevent costly repairs to your building and to the fixtures. Even minor leaks can cause major damage and waste thousands of gallons of water. Before taking on any plumbing repair, always turn off water to the fixture or to the entire Building

Kitchen Maintaining
Kitchen Maintaining
  • Inspect faucets for proper function and leaks.
  • Inspect garbage disposal function and wiring.
  • Inspect under cabinets for leaks.
  • Inspect under dishwasher for leaks.

Bathrooms Maintaining
Bathrooms Maintaining
  • Inspect all sink and shower faucets for proper function and leaks.
  • Inspect under all cabinets for leaks.
  • Inspect toilets for leaks.
  • Inspect inside of toilet tanks for proper function.

Outside Maintaining
Outside Maintaining
  • Inspect hose bibs for proper function and leaks.
  • Inspect sump pump discharge lines.
  • Inspect gas riser and meter.

Basement / Utility Area Maintaining
Basement / Utility Area Maintaining
  • Inspect all visible plumbing for leaks.
  • Inspect all shut-off valves for leaks.
  • Inspect all gas lines.

Routine Maintenance
Routine Maintenance
  • Hot water heater-flush sediment, test pressure/temperature relief valve, test thermocouple for proper pilot lighting, inspect and clean burner, inspect anode, inspect dirt leg on gas line.