Plumbing inspectors ensure that new construction, changes, or repairs to existing structures comply with local and national building codes and ordinances, zoning regulations and contract specifications.
Before prospective homebuyers purchase a property, they should take a closer look at the plumbing. It could save you thousands of dollars in unexpected repairs. Just as the mechanical condition of your car is vital to the marketability of your vehicle, the mechanical condition of your house is also very important to buyers, especially plumbing.
In the same way a vehicle inspection report can be a useful marketing tool for your car, a plumbing inspection report can provide strong marketing benefits for your property. Today, plumbing inspectors have some amazing technology to spot potential problems, including camera inspection of the main drain lines. This can pinpoint problem areas within the drain lines that usually go unnoticed during your typical home inspections.
By catching plumbing problems with a plumbing checkup and camera inspection of the home’s main drain lines you can avoid costly repair costs.
Here’s a plumbing checklist for making your home’s drainage system is working property:
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