Plumbers with Maintenance Plan at PPM Plumbing
Here’s the deal: your plumbing system is only as good as you treat it. Sure, you can buy the most expensive pipes, and pay for the priciest plumbers, but none of it will make a difference in the long run. Wear and tear are, well, sort of unavoidable when it comes to plumbing, and there’s not a lot to be done about it. You use your pipes and drains because they’re necessary. Unfortunately, if you thought paying the money upfront was going to absolve you from any future plumbing issues that may arise, you are sorely mistaken.
But there’s good news here, too. You don’t need to spend a ton of money on costly fixtures and the like. What you can do is take care of the pipes, drains, and more that you’re already working with. If you take care of your plumbing system, it will take care of you for a long time. To be fair, this rings true for a lot of things in life, but PPM Plumbing is mostly concerned with your pipes and drains. With that said, we’re thrilled we can offer you maintenance plans so your home will always be running as efficiently as possible.
So, what’s a maintenance plan?
Now you might be thinking, “Well, that’s great. But what is a maintenance plan and how does it help me?” Great question! Maintenance plans are something we organize with you so we’re servicing your home for its unique issues and situation. What we do is plan when to come out and check on your home, testing for things like water quality and how your pipes are doing. If everything seems to be in working order, then great! If we find something, we’ll immediately let you know and then discuss what our plan of action would be. We should note that our maintenance plan isn’t designed to make issues appear, it’s to prevent them from happening in the first place.
How does the maintenance plan help you? By allowing us to check on your water, pipes, and more, you’re basically letting us give your house a check-up. Think of it like going to your doctor for semi-regular visits. It’s important for your physician to know how you’re doing and maintain a clear record of your health. The same logic can be applied to your home. When you let us make semi-regular checks on your home’s plumbing, we’re able to help you prevent issues from occurring in the future, thus saving you hundreds or even thousands of dollars, by catching problems before they ever happen. It also allows us to keep a record that can help us determine what might be causing recurring issues. A well-organized maintenance plan can help your home’s plumbing run as efficiently as possible and save you money. What could be better than that?