Plumbing leaks are both a common issue, and a potentially serious one. It’s possible that a leak could just cause a bit of water damage in a localized area, or it could end up flooding an entire floor of your home. If you know where your manual shutoff valve is, you can mitigate a lot of water damage caused by a leak if you react quickly enough. That’s not always the best way to deal with it, though. Have a look below at some of the ways that an automatic shutoff valve can better protect your home.
Performance Plumbing Blog: Archive for June, 2018
Plumbing leaks have the potential to cause quite a bit of damage to your home, not least because they often go a while before being detected. Annual plumbing inspection and maintenance appointments are ideal for detecting plumbing leaks before they get out of hand. Even if you are careful about scheduling plumbing appointments every year, though, you still need to keep an eye out for signs that your system has leaks in it. The faster you can identify leaks in your plumbing system, the more damage you can prevent. Have a look at the following tips that will help you identify leaks in your plumbing system early.