Water is On keep it Out
Spring is here! The weather is warming up and you probably opened the valve to allow water to flow to the outdoor spigots. Hoses are hooked up and sprinklers are watering the law and gardens.
It’s time to start a routine to inspect your hoses, spigots and sprinkler systems for potential leaks, cracks and defects. This is not just important to help avoid that surprise high water bill, but to also help avoid that surprise basement flood.
Just like an overflowing gutter can cause water to pool around your foundation, so can water pooling from your home use water systems. Finding the right solution to prevent water damage to your home is important. Issues you may encounter can be rectified by something as simple as replacing your garden hose or a more involved problem that could require a professional plumber.
Take the first step and inspect your homes exterior water sources and equipment.