Homes require diligent maintenance, and close observation if homeowners want to keep them  functioning in tip-top shape. Plumbing issues specifically have a way of snowballing out of  control if they are not caught and fix in a timely manner. A small leak inside a wall can cause  thousands of dollars of damages if not addressed. As a general guideline, homeowners should  consider bi-yearly, or seasonal inspections. Parker & Son’s 60-point plumbing inspection is the  best way for homeowners to keep their plumbing systems working like new.

When it comes time for a plumbing inspection, a quick glance under the sink is not going to cut  it. Parker & Sons’ plumbing professionals have put together a thorough, detailed 60-point  plumbing inspection as a way of making sure that nothing is missed. Parker & Sons has been in the business of plumbing for over 35 years, and in that time they have seen it all. This experience has allowed them to create the 60-point plumbing inspection, which accounts for any problem a plumbing system may have.

No room of the home will escape the discerning eye of the Parker & Sons inspection professional. They will perform assessments on the function of water heaters, garbage disposals, dishwashers, air conditioning condensation drains, and much more. The Parker & Sons inspector will check on bathtubs, showers, toilets, sinks, water fixtures. Anything inside a home that ever comes in contact with water will face inspection.

Most importantly, the 60-point inspection is performed in a noninvasive manner. Parker & Son’s highly experienced, extensively trained, licensed and insured inspectors will make use of the most modern inspection devices, and advanced inspection techniques during their inspection.

“The name of the game is prevention. The job of our inspectors is to identify potential problems before they can any damage. They will provide homeowners with a detailed account of the inspection, and offer their professional advice on any action that needs to be taken. After a 60-point plumbing inspection, homeowners can rest easy know their plumbing system is functioning like new. By scheduling seasonal inspections, homeowners can heave peace of mind all year long,” said Josh Kelly, of Parker & Sons.

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